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  1. Frequently used patterns include the zodiac animals (junishi) of the new year, lucky charms such as a treasure ship and the Seven Deities of Good Luck, symbols of early spring such as Japanese butterbur and plum blossoms.
  2. Frequently, other people possessed languages and customs that were different than one's own.
  3. Frequently, those who are given a gift of karebushi (fungus-sprayed katsuobushi) will discard it because they don't know the value of fungus-covered katsuobushi and mistakenly think it has gone bad.
  4. Fresh awabi
  5. Fresh dango are soft, but gradually grow hard since the carbohydrate changes from α configurations to β configurations.
  6. Fresh fish
  7. Fresh katsuo that has been de-scaled, is cooked with its skin.
  8. Fresh materials are used and cooked and served while fresh.
  9. Fresh mozuku (or salted mozuku after removing salt fully) is used for Tempura which is fried with coating of batter, suimono (clear soup), or rice gruel.
  10. Fresh noodles (soba) are different from kisoba (the common buckwheat noodles served in soba shops) that will be discussed later.
  11. Fresh noodles (soba), cut and dusted with flour, are available in various packaging such as wrapping paper, plastic bags and plastic boxes.
  12. Fresh noodles/fresh soba
  13. Fresh ones can be enjoyed as sashimi (fresh slices of raw fish) as well.
  14. Fresh sake coming out from the funakuchi at the brewery has an original color very close to the golden color seen in the ears of rice plants during the autumn.
  15. Fresh solid sumi contains a substantial amount of water.
  16. Fresh sweet potato in its skin is steamed for about two hours.
  17. Fresh white fish such as carp, crab and perch are used.
  18. Freshness
  19. Freshwater clams and short-neck clams
  20. Fried chicken at this store is topped with its original sauce, which is also very popular.
  21. Fried chicken in Japanese sweet and peppery vegetable sauce was originally a local food in Miyazaki Prefecture, but is now eaten all over Japan.
  22. Fried dishes are often treated as Japanese food such that fried prawns and oysters, mentioned below, which are often served with a cup of miso soup, pickles and chopsticks in a set meal.
  23. Fried dishes called 'furai' such as fried meat, croquettes, fried prawns, and dishes such as curry and rice, hamburger, gratin, hashed rice and spaghetti Neapolitan are representative of Yoshoku.
  24. Fried eels
  25. Fried fish paste and vegetables (mainly cabbage) in a Satsuma-age shape.
  26. Fried fugu
  27. Fried fugu is a typical pufferfish dish.
  28. Fried gristle
  29. Fried gristle is a dish prepared using the same methods as karaage or tatsutaage, but using chicken wings or the gristle from legs as the main ingredient.
  30. Fried gurukun
  31. Fried meat
  32. Fried oysters is a creative cuisine developed in Japan and is not a general method of cooking in Western countries where people usually eat raw oysters.
  33. Fried prawn is often eaten by putting something to flavor it, such as Worcester sauce, lemon juice, tartar sauce, soy sauce, or tomato ketchup.
  34. Fried prawns are a standard item found in Yoshoku, which is not a general method of cooking used in Western countries, either.
  35. Fried rice
  36. Fried rice as a side dish is also very inexpensive, and is ordered by many a customer.
  37. Fried rice is also available as a side dish, and is considered to be delicious.
  38. Fried shrimp
  39. Fried shrimp is a dish prepared using the same karaage method, but using shrimps small enough to be eaten whole, shell and all.
  40. Fried shrimp paste mixed with the white of an egg.
  41. Fried soba noodles seasoned with sauce.
  42. Fried unohana
  43. Friedrich Engels used the word 'conservative revolution' (konservative revolution) for the first time in 1848.
  44. Friedrich Nietzsche
  45. Friendly meetings are often held here after the events at Kambaikan.
  46. Friendly relations between the Asai family and the Oda family were severed in 1570, due to Nobunaga's attack on Yoshikage ASAKURA (who was closely related to the Asai clan) in Echizen Province (present Fukui Prefecture).
  47. Friends and acquaintances
  48. Friendship Club
  49. Friendship Ties Market
  50. Friendship cities
  51. Friendship city
  52. Friendship town/Associated town
  53. Friendship with Nobunaga
  54. Friendship-city affiliation established on May 8, 1982.
  55. Friendships
  56. Frieze Art Fair' at Regents Park (London, UK)
  57. Frighten me,' declared he, 'with your magic.'
  58. Fritter is covered with a soft and fluffy coating, while tempura is covered with a crisp coating, that is different.
  59. Fritter type of batter may be used.
  60. Fro more information, refer to Gondo-cho).
  61. Fro reference, there is a story that a private second class solder of the 21st regiment, Kohei KIGUCHI, never let his signal bugle fall from his lips when killed during battle on the outside of Anseong.
  62. Froawaramachi-dori Street to Teramachi-dori Street, Sanjo-dori Street is a shopping arcade known as Sanjo Meitengai Shopping Street.
  63. Frois had left Kinai and settled in Nagasaki by way of Kazusa.
  64. Frois had witnessed the Christian missionaries' glory and tragedy through the development and decline in Japan, and he left a crucial record of his journey.
  65. Frois pointed out the Koyasan Temple, the Kokawa-dera Temple, the Negoro-ji Temple and Saiga shu (Ikko groups) as the names of so-called religious republics.
  66. Frois was 65 at the time of his death.
  67. Frois was born in 1532.
  68. Frois, however, mentions in 'Frois's History of Japan' that the Christians on Miyoshi's side set fire to the temple.
  69. From "A chronological history of the Priest Ikkyuu of Toukai".
  70. From "Ogura Hyakunin Isshu" (The Ogura Anthology of One Hundred Tanka-poems by One Hundred Poets)
  71. From "Ozekita" intersection of National Highway 418, drive on the Gifu Prefectural Road 290 Ueno-Seki Route toward Ayunose bridge.
  72. From "the Diary of Goncourt, March 19, 1895" (translated by Ichiro SAITO, Iwanami Shoten Publisher).
  73. From 'Hanazono Station' or 'Uzumasa Station,' thirteen minutes on foot.
  74. From 'Kawachi Yamamoto Station (Kintetsu Osaka Line) take Kintetsu Shigi Line for 'Shigisan Guchi Station,' transfer to Kintetsu Nishi Shigi Cable Line for 'Takayasuyama Station,' transfer to Kintetsu bus for Shigisanmon.
  75. From 'Natsumi' or 'Shiyakusho-mae' crossing of National Route 165, for Nabari City Central Park.
  76. From 'Support Qing, Destroy the Foreigners' to 'Overthrow Qing, Destroy the Foreigners'
  77. From 'Uzumasa Koryuji Station,' it is five minutes on foot.
  78. From 'national treasures' under the old law to important cultural properties
  79. From '保世持家、永全福禄者也' in "Gunshi-Chiyo."
  80. From 1 go (about 110 grams) of rice with husks, after polished, 0.5 go (about 78 grams) of raw brown (unpolished) rice and 0.5 go (about 32 grams) of husks are made.
  81. From 1 go (about 150grams) of raw polished rice, after steamed, 1 go (about 330grams) of steamed rice is made.
  82. From 1 go (about 156 grams) of raw brown (unpolished) rice, after polished, 5 over 6 go (about 125 grams) of raw polished rice and 1 over 6 go (about 31 grams) of rice bran are made (in the case of moistening).
  83. From 1 to 5
  84. From 10 a.m. till 4 p.m., passengers are required to cross the overpass (an elevator is provided) in order to transfer to local trains from rapid trains that have come from Sonobe.
  85. From 1008 to 1011, she served as a lady-in-waiting to Empress Shoshi (also read Akiko), the wife of Emperor Ichijo.
  86. From 1024 to 1028, he mastered Jippi Bishamon ho (literally, "teachings of the ten-armed Vaisravana (guardian god of Buddhism)") and was designated as Ajari.
  87. From 1051 through 1062, the Abe clan (in Mutsu Province) was subdued through the Early Nine Years' War.
  88. From 1083 through 1087, the Kiyohara clan in Dewa Province was subdued through the Later Three Years' War.
  89. From 1161, the Retired Emperor Goshirakawa exerted cloistered rule from the area around Hoju-ji Temple, constructed by FUJIWARA no Tamemitsu, including the temple itself.
  90. From 1200, the jibutsu-do hall has been called Hokke-do Hall, and many Buddhist memorial services had been performed there.
  91. From 1208 to 1212, Unkei led Buddhist statue sculptors of his sect to create the Seated Statue of Miroku Buddha, which was the main statue of worship of Kofuku-ji Temple's Hokuen-do (North Octagonal Hall), as well as the Muchaku and Seshin statues.
  92. From 1247 to 1257, Shigehira lived in Kyoto and served the role of security in the capital city and for Rokuhara Tandai.
  93. From 1252, he served the shogun Imperial Prince Munetaka.
  94. From 1264 to 1266 he served as ossotonin (the head of the legal institutions of the Kamakura bakufu) together with Sanetoki.
  95. From 1337, the year following the establishment of the Northern Court, Kanesue's shosoku (letters) and migyosho (document of shogunate order) along with the retired Emperor Kogon's inzen (a decree from the retired Emperor) were sent to KO no Moronao, who was the steward of Takauji ASHIKAGA.
  96. From 1346 to 1370, the Itokuin of Jion-ji Temple was located in the current location of Jogon-in Temple, which is a Tendai Sect temple built by Ujiyori ROKKAKU of Sasaki clan and Rokkaku clan as Omi-no-kuni shugo (Military Commissioner of Omi-no-kuni).
  97. From 1350 to 1360 Kaneyori SHIBA, son of Kaneie SHIBA was posted in Dewa as Azechi (local inspector) of the province.
  98. From 1365 to 1376, he was appointed as shugo (constable) of Kazusa Province, and in 1377, he received the family estate from his brother and became the family head of Inukake-Uesugi family.
  99. From 1398, the Akamatsu clan, Isshiki clan, Kyogoku clan and Yamana clan assumed the post of shoshi alternatively, and a vassal of shoshi assumed the post of shoshi-dai (assistant to shoshi), with these four clans called Shishiki (Four major feudal lords who worked for Muromachi bakufu).
  100. From 1438 to 1439, Mochiuji ASHIKAGA, Kamakura kubo, had a conflict with Norizane UESUGI, Kanto Kanrei (a shogun deputy for the Kanto region).
  101. From 1444, he was Uemon no kami (Captain of the Right Division of Outer Palace Guards).
  102. From 1459, he fought with Mochimune DATE and Naotomo, but the feud was never settled.
  103. From 1504 to 1521
  104. From 1506 to 1507, under Masamoto's orders, Sumimoto and Sumiyaki attacked Yoshinari ISSHIKI of Tango Province but were defeated.
  105. From 1506 to 1508, the Imagawa army, led by Soun, invaded Mikawa Province again and fought against Nagachika MATSUDAIRA.
  106. From 1509 onwards, Soun's activity as an Imagawa commander quietened down, and he concentrated on his move into Sagami.
  107. From 1516 until the following year, he battled fellow clansman Kuro ISSHIKI.
  108. From 1521 to 1528, Ujichika constructed a castle (Nagoya-jo Castle [first written as 那古野城, and later written as 名古屋城]) in Nagoya, Owari Province, which was once the territory of the Nagoya clan, and appointed Ujitoyo as the lord.
  109. From 1528 to 1529, he taught the 'Kokin-wakashu' (Anthology of Japanese poems (waka) of the mid Heian period) to Emperor Gonara.
  110. From 1537, he began to fight against the Uesugi clan and moved from place to place to fight.
  111. From 1542 to 1543, he took a part in the First Battle of Gassan Toda Castle under the general command of Yoshitaka OUCHI.
  112. From 1556 to 1557 he went to Kai Province invited by Shingen TAKEDA and stayed there as the chief priest of Erin-ji Temple.
  113. From 1558, Yoshimoto made plans to share provincial government affairs with his son Ujizane.
  114. From 1572 through 1573, he attacked and defeated Kido-jo Castle and Tanaka-jo Castle (Omi Province), and he also attacked the Asai clan on the northern shore of Lake Biwa with battle ships and damaged the clan.
  115. From 1586, Kiyomasa followed Hideyoshi in an expedition against Kyushu and when Narimasa SASSA, who entered Higo Province, was punished by being deprived of his fief due to his misgovernment, Kiyomasa was given about 195,000 koku, half of Higo Province, and made Kumamoto-jo Castle his castle where he usually resided.
  116. From 1592, he led the navy during Hideyoshi's Buncho-Keicho Korean invasions and fought against the Korean navy led by Yi Sun-sin.
  117. From 1593 they ceased fire and started negotiation to make a peace between Min Dynasty of China and Japan.
  118. From 1601 to 1609, he carried out a large scale renovation of the Himeji-jo Castle.
  119. From 1604 he served for Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, and after Ieyasu's retirement, he served for Hidetada TOKUGAWA.
  120. From 1635, he served Yorinobu TOKUGAWA, the feudal lord of Kishu domain in Kii Privince, as a Jushin (Confucianism servant).
  121. From 1652 to 1661, he served as buketenso (Imperial official in charge of communication between the shogunate and the Court).
  122. From 1683 to 1684, he was in the position of Naidaijin (the minister of the center).
  123. From 1692 to 1693, he served as Udaijin.
  124. From 1728 to 1748, the maneuvers were held each year.
  125. From 1750 to 1774, the maneuvers were held every other year.
  126. From 1753 to 1754, Kubota Domain of Dewa Province suffered from famine, so with permission from the shogunate they issued a ginsatsu with the value of one monme (an old currency unit in Japan) of silver coins as seventy mon (an old currency unit in Japan) of copper coins with permission of the shogunate.
  127. From 1758, he stayed at a tea hut called Soryuan on Mt. Ikomayama, concentrated on studying and wrote 1,000 volumes of "Bongakushinryo", a book of Sanskrit research.
  128. From 1765 to around 1806.
  129. From 1766 onwards he referred to himself Okyo.
  130. From 1786 to 1787 he composed many interior mural paintings during his stay in Nanki.
  131. From 1791 he assumed the post of Naidaijin (minister of the center), but the following year in 1792 he resigned his post.
  132. From 1793 to 1798, he delivered lectures on Kusha, Yuishiki (consciousness-only, the basic doctrine of the Japanese Hosso school), and Inmyo (Buddhist logic) in Kyoto.
  133. From 1801 to 1805, he gathered herbs traveling around many provinces.
  134. From 1801, Chazan was employed at a high salary as jukan (an official specialized in Confucianism) affiliated to the Fukuyama Domain, and he also gave lectures at the hanko Kodokan school (domain school of Saga) (Bingo Fukuchiyama Domain).
  135. From 1804 to 1817, it was distributed at 20 ? 30 places only in Edo.
  136. From 1807 to around 1858.
  137. From 1832, he also served as a betto (the title of the official ranks within the Todo-za, the traditional guild for the blind) of Outadokoro (an organization that provided the education and management for ancient Japanese music, Uta, and traditional instruments).
  138. From 1839, he became a Zassho (or Karei: butler) and was in charge of domestic affairs, and he also served as a private tutor for Tsuneosa KASHUJI.
  139. From 1839, he served as Nishinomaru wakadoshiyori.
  140. From 1846, he served as an assistant writer at the Land Record Office of Satsuma Province.
  141. From 1848 to 1854, he wrote 'Shinshu Hoyo Tenko' under the order of Konyo, Hongwan-ji Temple.
  142. From 1856 to 1857, he explored and researched in Hokkaido and Sakhalin.
  143. From 1858 to 1919, he was a Buddhist philosopher who categorized and systematized yokai's existence and truth about their phenomena using philosophy and psychology based on the scientific view of the time.
  144. From 1859 (表記の変更) she learned obstetrics and pathology under Johannes Pompe van Meerdervoort, and from 1862 she continued learning under Anthonius Bauduin, who was the substitute of van Meerdervoort.
  145. From 1859 to around 1912.
  146. From 1862 to 1865, he worked as a pageboy of Nagatsune OKABE in Edo.
  147. From 1862 to the spring of 1863, the upper echelon of the enlightment school of the domain agreed on the following basic policy: study in and inspect Western countries, absorb Western culture, and then expel the barbarians.
  148. From 1867 to 1941, he was a scholar of natural history and a biologist.
  149. From 1868 to around 1975, the haori coat was widely used by married women.
  150. From 1869 on, he successively took the positions of Head of the Mint and the Supervisor of Mining, Head of Mining and Railways, Head of Railways, Taifu of Industry (Post of Ministry of Industry), the Director General of the Railway Agency, and the Minister of Railways.
  151. From 1869 through 1807 a part of officers caused a trouble trying to withdraw from Kiheitai Army besieging government building of Yamaguchi Prefecture.
  152. From 1869 to 1871, he managed the administration in Tarumizu, Satsuma Domain (now Tarumizu City, Kagoshima Prefecture) to take measures to 'Heshigo' (abortion).
  153. From 1869 to 1871, he stayed in Europe for an official purpose and made an inspection of the Franco-Prussian War.
  154. From 1870 to 1872, he published "Eiri Chie no Wa" (The Puzzle Ring with Illustrations) which was the first textbook in primary school in Japan.
  155. From 1870 to 1882, he supervised the development of Hokkaido as undersecretary of Hokkaido Development Commission and later as chief of the commission.
  156. From 1871 to 1872, the groups of towns filed a suit against Machidai ('Machidai kaigi' suit) and the city magistrates supported the groups side, which made a great impact on Machidai.
  157. From 1871 to 1878, during the Meiji period when imperial rule was restored, Togo studied in Portsmouth, England as a naval officer on a government scholarship.
  158. From 1872 through 1874, it was held over two days from January 5 to 6; however, it was held only one day on January 5 since 1875.
  159. From 1872 until he became 24 years old, Shuei toured the Mino, Owari, and Ise Provinces and the Keihan (Kyoto and Osaka) area with Honinbo Shuho who had been alienated from the Honinbo family.
  160. From 1873 to 1880, he travelled throughout Central Asia for his research.
  161. From 1875 to 1962, he was a Japanese folklorist.
  162. From 1878, people could decide whether to accept amulets, but trouble often occurred with local officials.
  163. From 1880 to 1881, a fierce debate took place over the Shinto doctrine concerning which gods should be enshrined in the temple of Shinto Jimukyoku (office) in Hibiya, Tokyo.
  164. From 1880 to 1885, he served as Genroin gikan (Councilor of Chamber of Elders or Senate).
  165. From 1880, Iwakura, who was in a passive attitude to constitutional government started to request opinions from Sangi (councilor) and ministers to deal with the Freedom and People's Rights Movement.
  166. From 1881 to around 1945, female pupils in Japanese elementary schools learned hand-sewing to make Wafuku in class at a certain grade.
  167. From 1882 to 1883, when the martial law, the regulations for the area of Japanese residents in China and Korea, and the amendment to the Conscription Ordinance were brought before the Chamber of Elders, he was appointed a member of the Cabinet Committee.
  168. From 1884 to 1979.
  169. From 1886, he held various naval posts such as the vice-chief of the Staff Headquarters, the head of the Navy Staff Headquarters, the Commander-in-chief of the Yokosuka Chinjufu, and the principal of the Naval Staff College.
  170. From 1886, under order of the Hokkaido government, he started investigating place names of Ainu origin.
  171. From 1888 to 1908, he served as the first chairman of the Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan.
  172. From 1889 to 1891, he held the post of Chief of Naval Staff Officer Division, and after serving as Commander-in-Chief of the Readiness Fleet, in 1892, he was promoted to Vice Admiral and Commander-in-Chief of Kure Chinjufu (Kure Naval District) and reached Sino-Japanese War.
  173. From 1889 to 1940, limited numbers of people were given the opportunity to see some of the treasures in Shosoin on display shelves during "bakuryo" (the regularly held airing of treasures).
  174. From 1892 to 1904, he kept a critical attitude to the government dominated by domain cliques as a prince-councilor and President of Kizokuin (the House of Peers), he strongly criticized election interference by the first Matsukata cabinet.
  175. From 1896: He developed his business mainly as a purveyor to the headquarters of Dai Juroku Shidan (the 16th division) of the Imperial Japanese Army, including rice milling with water wheels, transportation and others.
  176. From 1897 to 1898, he made lectures traveling around Kagawa Prefecture
  177. From 1898 to 1899, Mr.Hanzan ISHIKAWA, a journalist of the Mainichi Shimbun, often used the word haikara in his newspaper to make sarcastic remarks on people including Kentaro KANEKO, who returned from Europe.
  178. From 1899 on, the cargo revenue exceeded the passenger revenue because of the coal transport from the Chikuho Coal Mines.
  179. From 1899 to 1901, he made lectures traveling around Kumamoto Prefecture.
  180. From 1902 to 1905 he studied in England and Germany as a student oversea sent by Waseda.
  181. From 1903 to 1910, he assumed the presidency of Hosei University.
  182. From 1905 to 1909 he worked as the Chief of Naval General Staff and was put in charge of the president of Togu School (a school to educate the crown prince).
  183. From 1907 she cohabited with Kanson (or Katsuzo) ARAHATA, who she met in Muro Shinpo, and they later got married.
  184. From 1907, as well as Fukensha and Gosha, Sonsha (designated shrines only) also became able to receive shinsen heihaku-ryo Fee (fee for shinsen [food and alcohol offering to the gods] and heihaku) from local public bodies at the Reisai Festival.
  185. From 1908, he travelled to the northern part of what is now the Republic of China to learn calligraphy and Tenkoku.
  186. From 1910 to 1927, on Watarase-gawa River were done the large-scale river works such as changing the whole ex-Yanaka Village into a control basin and diverting the stream of Watarase-gawa River; and in fact, those works decreased floods.
  187. From 1916, this express was upgraded to the superior express (Sai-Kyuko) category, thus creating another type of express that stopped at major stations.
  188. From 1917 to around 1920: The factory manager himself built the Daibutsu at Honzaka, Ine-cho, Yosa-gun (Since there is no record, this time is very obscure).
  189. From 1919 he wrote nine stories under the title of 'Hanshichi Kikigakicho' (The Hanshichi Notebooks) using a style in which Hanshichi took dictation of his senior's stories, at which point the series came to a temporary halt.
  190. From 1926 National Foundation Festivals were held across the country, centered around young men's associations and veterans' associations at the core.
  191. From 1926, in order to accommodate the students taking examinations to go to national higher schools, the national higher schools were divided into two groups, and one school from each group was allowed to be specified.
  192. From 1927 to 1928, he stayed in France to study Sanskrit and Tibetan.
  193. From 1930 to 1933 Nanki Tokugawa History Publishing Association published them, and from 1970 to 1972, they were reprinted by Meicho Publication.
  194. From 1930, he spent two years in Europe and the United states researching talking picture technology.
  195. From 1931 through 1976, Yamashina Ward of the present-day was included in Higashiyama Ward.
  196. From 1934, in addition to the introduction of the train connecting Tenjinbashi Station and Omiya Station, the train service arriving at and departing from Juso Station was introduced in order to make a connection with the Hankyu Line by coupling and decoupling this train at Awaji Station.
  197. From 1936 to 2000, he was a Japanese folklorist.
  198. From 1936, he surveyed gardens all over Japan, famous gardens of different periods in five hundred places around Japan, researched on ancient gardens, and became a pioneer as a researcher on the history of Japanese gardens.
  199. From 1937, it began to go into partnership with the PCL (Photo Chemical Laboratory) in production of movies, and with Toho Company in distribution.
  200. From 1938 to 1969, a kind of section express that was different from today's type was operated between Fukakusa Station/ Yawatacho (currently Yawatashi) Station/ Hirakatashi Station and Yodoyabashi Station.
  201. From 1941 to 1942, he directed the two-part epic film based on Seika MAYAMA's work, 'Genroku chushingura' (The 47 Ronin), which he spent a long period and an extremely large sum of money producing.
  202. From 1941 to 1945 he served as the head of the temple office.
  203. From 1941 to 1945, the manufacture and sales of curry powder were prohibited due to food control for the war.
  204. From 1943 normal schools became government-established, educational institutions to train teachers for national elementary schools at about a level of vocational schools.
  205. From 1943, Konoe and his group began to speak out about the 'reddening' of the military and the threat of a communist revolution, which eventually led to 'Konoe's Address to the Throne.'
  206. From 1944 to 1949: It had been suspended because of World War II.
  207. From 1944, almost every foreign language school was renamed 'foreign affairs college,' and this system survived basically until the school system reform after the end of World War II.
  208. From 1945 to 1968, the train of the Kintetsu Kyoto Line directly connected with KER Tanbabashi Station, and the mutual extension operation was conducted.
  209. From 1946 to 1947, the Dai Nippon Butoku Kai was dissolved and more than 1,300 persons concerned were purged.
  210. From 1948 to 1999 the holiday was on January 15 every year.
  211. From 1948 to 1999, Seijin no Hi was set on January 15.
  212. From 1949 to 1951, he majored in trumpet at a special training course of Tokyo University of the Arts.
  213. From 1950 to 1960 academic year, lectures had been given to freshmen of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
  214. From 1950 to 1968, a direct train known as 'Kageki-tokkyu' (limited express) was operated between Kyoto Station and Takarazuka Station through the Kobe Line and the Imazu Line.
  215. From 1950's through 1960's, Noh actors of new generation, whose main contributors were Hisao Kanze who was a son of Gasetsu, Hideo KANZE and Shizuo KANZE, made great achievements in the areas such as performance, theory of techniques and playing opposite to players in different fields.
  216. From 1952, she started appearing in many movies; in the middle of 1953, she divorced her husband.
  217. From 1954 to 1959, Kofun restoration and maintenance project was carried out.
  218. From 1955 to 1957: there were no performances.
  219. From 1955 to 1964, he was a Kyokaishi to spread Naikan therapy at prisons and juvenile reformatories; by 1960, Naikan was introduced as an effective method to correctional institutions across the country.
  220. From 1955 to 2006, he had been an instructor of the tea ceremony at Sado club of the National Defense Academy.
  221. From 1955 to around 1969, grass bleachers, first-base stands, the stands behind the backstop, and the field itself were gradually demolished, and later replaced by physical-education grounds, university buildings, yards and passageways.
  222. From 1958 to 1963, he completed the Showa fukugen mosha (restoration duplicate) of "Genji monogatari emaki" (the Illustrated Handscroll of the Tale of Genji).
  223. From 1960
  224. From 1960 to 1962, most type 70 cars belonging to Akashi and Takatsuki were transferred to Ofuna by this method.
  225. From 1960s to 1970s, when Kabuki was in its postwar prime, new movements emerged one after another.
  226. From 1963 Toei had great success with its Ninkyo films starring popular actors and actresses such as Koji TSURUTA, Ken TAKAKURA, and Junko FUJI (now called Sumiko FUJI and the mother of Shinobu TERASHIMA) and this led to a Yakuza-film boom (Toei chivalry films).
  227. From 1966 to 1980, the Buraku Liberation League, Kyoto Federation and the Institute of Buraku Problem disputed over whether the Bunkakosei-kaikan Hall belonged, which was regarded as 'the central center of Buraku problems' (where the Kyoto Federation's secretariat was located) in Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City.
  228. From 1966 to 1999, Taiiku no Hi was set on October 10.
  229. From 1966 to 2002, Keiro no Hi was set on September 15.
  230. From 1970s up to 1980s, horizontally long rectangular neon-light advertisements were installed in front of Maebashi station of Japan National Railways in Gunma Prefecture and on the roof of a building in Takasaki City, the latter of which could be seen from a train window of Joetsu Shinkansen until 1990s.
  231. From 1971 to 1978
  232. From 1972, the study started on the inside wall paintings of the Takamatsuzuka Tomb considered to have been painted from the end of the seventh century to the beginning of the eighth century.
  233. From 1974, this problem was also discussed repeatedly in the Japanese diet as well, and the method of paying rent on a land lease was decided to be introduced from 1981.
  234. From 1975 to 1978 an excavation of Karasuma-dori Street was carried out prior to the construction of Kyoto Municipal Subway's Karasuma Line, and remnants of the stone walls and double moats of Nobunaga's Nijo-jo Castle were confirmed.
  235. From 1981 to 1985 a board member of the Association for Japanese Noh Plays.
  236. From 1984, he has held regularly-scheduled 'Noh performance of Imai's support group' in Kyoto.
  237. From 1988 (to 2001), he taught as a guest professor at the Kunitachi College of Music.
  238. From 1988 to 2005
  239. From 1989 to 2006, April 29 was set as Midori no Hi (Greenery Day).
  240. From 1989 to December 31, 2004 the rice-polishing ratios for Japanese sake were specified as follows:
  241. From 1990, he has often put his kamikiri works on display at art exhibitions.
  242. From 1992, he has appeared in many events abroad related to Japan.
  243. From 1993 to 1996, due to the chaos caused by the Ohigasi Turmoil, monshu had been absent and Ennei OTANI Kagiyaku (1914-2008) had been put in charge as an alternate monshu.
  244. From 1995 to 2002, Umi no Hi was set on July 20.
  245. From 1996 to 1997, a 15-storey apartment block was constructed behind Byodo-in Temple and became the new backdrop to Ho-o-do hall.
  246. From 1997 to the next year the Kashihara Archaeological Institute, Nara Prefecture conducted the third excavation research and discovered 33 Sankaku Shinju-kyo Mirrors and one Gamontai Shinju-kyo Mirror (Mirror with figures of deities and sacred animals) in almost the same state when they were buried.
  247. From 1999 through 2000, type 103 cars of Miyahara Depot were repainted sky blue.
  248. From 1999 to 2000 the Kamigata Rakugo Association and the Friends of Rokyoku lobbied the Agency for Cultural Affairs for the establishment of a national engei hall in Osaka as in Tokyo.
  249. From 1999, he has held regularly-scheduled 'Kiyotaka IMAI's Noh play party' at National Noh Theatre in Tokyo.
  250. From 2000
  251. From 2000 through 2002, the Student Festival in Kyoto was held under the auspices of The Consortium of Universities in Kyoto, later developing into the Kyoto Intercollegiate Festa.
  252. From 2001, the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan started to call July 7 of the old calendar as "traditional tanabata" and announced the date of the new calendar day that coincides with it on the grounds that stars are often invisible since July 7 of the new calendar falls in the midst of the rainy season.
  253. From 2002 onward, leading with Yamanashi Prefecture, a competition focused on 'Japanese wine using only 100% Japanese grapes' began.
  254. From 2003 in Japan, support was implemented through official development assistance and UNICEF, and over two million mosquito nets were distributed throughout the world in three years.
  255. From 2005 the kigo (a phrase used to highlight the season) 'Hanshin memorial day' began to appear in the Saijiki literary calendar.
  256. From 2007 Kyoto Seika University's Organization for Human Contact had begun publishing 'Torinezumi - Meiji 11-nen no Bunjin Seijika Soejima Taneomi no Yukue' in its magazine "Hyogen" (Human Contact) but was discontinued after only two issues.
  257. From 20:00 or later, special trains such as the K-Ltd. Express and express trains are operated.
  258. From 23 to 25 of September, 100 people worked for the logging operation of the second tree.
  259. From 265 C.E.
  260. From 3 to 5 sen (hundredth of a yen) (depending on the number of page)
  261. From 33,000 yen to 34,000 yen collected additionally for an annual membership fee (that of Gakuyukai, Shinwakai, and Koyukai)
  262. From 376 to 396 of Eastern Jin Dynasty, Nan-Dynasty also establishd Yong Zhou as Qianzhou in the area surrounding Xiangyang.
  263. From 4th on, each troop, building siyori such as taketaba (bamboo shields against firearms)/trenches/miniature hills and so on, approached up to 10 to 5.6 cho (1 cho = about 109 meters) to Osaka-jo Castle.
  264. From 6 to 12
  265. From 728 to 730, in his later years, he was Dazai no sochi.
  266. From 740 to 745, however, the Emperor Shomu transferred the capital to Kunikyo (Kizugawa City, Kyoto Prefecture), Nanbakyo (Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture) and Shigaraki no Miya (Koga City, Shiga Prefecture) although each one was only capital for a short time.
  267. From 819 to 825, Jusenshi (administrative officer who oversaw the minting of coins) was assigned in Nagato Province, and concurrently assumed the duties as Nagato no kuni no kokushi (officer in charge of regional administration in Nagato Province).
  268. From 8:00 to 17:00 (Reservation is required.)
  269. From 9th on, Ieyasu made a full-scale attack on Osaka Castle.
  270. From Alliance of Equals to Subordinate Alliance
  271. From Amanohashidate Station (KTR Miyafuku Line) to Fukuchiyama Station
  272. From Amanohashidate Station on the KTR Miyafuku Line
  273. From Ancient Shinto to Shrine Shinto
  274. From Ancient Times to Medieval Times
  275. From April 1 to May 4, and September 1 to 8, awase (lined garment) shall be worn.
  276. From April 1, 1938, the language taught in elementary school education was limited to Japanese (Shogakko Rei [Primary School Order] Article 16 Section 8).
  277. From April 10 to 13, the government army started invading Torisu again; although the Satsuma army bravely fought back, it finally left there to Otsu since it run out of arms and was commanded to retreat from Torisu.
  278. From April 12 to May 30, 2009, the 34 films selected from those shot while he belonged Nikkatsu and titled 'The Lone Japan Modernist, film director Ko NAKAHIRA' will be screened at Tokyo Laputa Asagaya.
  279. From April 13 to the morning of 17
  280. From April 13, 1860, until June 14, 1860, a total of 854 Manen Oban with the hallmarks of '恒, 宇, 吉' (tsune, u, yoshi) and '伊, 宇, き' (i, u, ki) in the taganeme pattern were minted.
  281. From April 14, 1875 to December 22, 1885
  282. From April 1: A 50-day treasure exhibition held at the Reihokan museum in spring
  283. From April of 1875, the Japanese dispatched warships to the seas near Korea, and exercised demonstrational actions.
  284. From Arufumi Vol. 2 to Vol. 6, there are no god's name, which seems to be identical to this deity.
  285. From Atsumi-yama Mountain all the way to Windy Bay - the cool of evening
  286. From August 10, 1703, he attended Emperor Reigen in Kyoto, and at that time he got a raise by 500 koku.
  287. From August 13 to August 15
  288. From August 15, 1869 to September 13, 1871
  289. From August 16, 1861, until February 12, 1863, the pattern was changed back to taganeme; 4565 Manen Oban with the hallmarks of '吉, 宇, き' (yoshi, u, ki) in the taganeme pattern were minted, and 2187 Manen Oban with '吉, 安, 大' (yoshi, yasu, dai) in the taganeme pattern were minted.
  290. From August 2008, government funding was due to end and there was a change and plans were made for the city to independently operate the service.
  291. From August 6, 2007
  292. From Autumn 1872 to 1873 his successor, Yoshimoto HANABUSA (Gaimu-taijo) was sent to Joseon with the battleship 'Kasugamaru' to take over the Choryang-dong Wakan.
  293. From Birth to Assumption of the Position of Regent
  294. From Birth to Inauguration as Shogun
  295. From Birth to the Fall of the Kamakura Shogunate
  296. From Birth until the Feud of Succession of the Uesugi Family
  297. From Bokujo (decision-making by fortune-telling) to Taige (the termination of Saigu's mission) of Saigu
  298. From Buddhist countries he selected the very best of aspects, prayed and, pondered for a long time over which course to take.
  299. From Chapter 20 there were provisions for elementary schools, such as Jinjo shogaku (ordinary elementary schools), elementary schools for girls, village elementary schools, elementary schools for the poor (also called Jinkei Gakko), private elementary schools, elementary schools for infants, and schools for disabled children.
  300. From Chapter 29 there were provisions for middle schools which were also divided into two levels: upper and lower divisions (3 years for each).
  301. From Chapter 33 there were provisions for Shomin Gakko(evening vocational schools).
  302. From Childhood Until Becoming Shogun
  303. From Chiyoharaguchi to Kyoto Station
  304. From Chokichi
  305. From December 10 of the same year, Keihan Uji Kotsu launched a one-man-operated bus service on the line via Okubo.
  306. From December 22, 1885 to December 24, 1889
  307. From December 24, 1889 to January 20, 1894 Heinai served as the governor of Tochigi Prefecture, from April 23, 1896 to April 7, 1897, as the governor of Hiroshima Prefecture and from April 7, 1897 to April 7, 1899, as the governor of Shiga Prefecture.
  308. From December 24, 1889 to May 3, 1947
  309. From December 5 to 6, 1942, a riot occurred at Manzanar War Relocation Center.
  310. From December 7 through 19, 1930, articles of criticism appeared in the 'Tokyo Nichinichi Shimbun.'
  311. From December, he served as an association of reservists.
  312. From Demachiyanagi Station of Eizan Electric Railway, Kurama Line, it takes approximately 30 minutes to arrive at Kurama Station.
  313. From Diplomatic Negotiations to Invasion
  314. From Dojo Heishi, Chikamune, Tokiie, and TAIRA no Motochika were dismissed, and Dojo Heishi was seriously damaged.
  315. From Duumvirate Politics to the Kanno Disturbance
  316. From Edo to Kanto provinces
  317. From Edo to Tokyo
  318. From Edo to the present day
  319. From Eizan Electric Railway Eizan Main Line Miyake Hachiman Station: Walk for 10 minutes
  320. From Emperor Meiji's Gyoko
  321. From Emperor Saga to Emperor Seiwa, the Tang-way culture was in full bloom; poetry books of Chinese classics, including Ryounshu (Cloud-borne collection), were compiled and Tang-way calligraphy was popular.
  322. From Emperor Taisho's last years in 1921 to his death in 1926, Crown Prince Hirohito (later Emperor Showa) served as regent.
  323. From Emperor Takakura in the eighth volume to Emperor Gosaga in the 15th volume (excluding Emperor Chukyo), one volume is allotted to one emperor, but the last two volumes are allotted to Emperor Gofukakusa.
  324. From Enmachi Station of Sanin Main Line, walk 400 m eastward.
  325. From Establishment to 'National Foundation Day'
  326. From February 12, 857, he served also as Governor of Iyo Province, and on December 28, he was appointed to Ukyo no daibu (Master of the Western Capital Offices).
  327. From February 15 - 21: Ceremonies for Godairikison Ninno-e festival
  328. From February 16, 1210, he also held the position of Awaji no Gon no suke (Provisional Deputy Governor of Awaji Province).
  329. From February 1904 to January 1906, he was at the front line of the Russo-Japanese War as director of the Army Medical department of the second Army of Japan.
  330. From February 2 of the same year they were fully introduced in all trains.
  331. From February 20, 1215, he also held the position of Iyo no Gon no kami (Provisional Governor of Iyo Province).
  332. From February 20, all Shoko kazoku belonged to Tokyo Prefecture.
  333. From February 21 (January 14 by the lunar calendar), 889, otoko toka was held mostly on January 14 (by the lunar calendar), but in 955, toka dances were temporarily halted.
  334. From February 21 to 24, the Satsuma army not only failed each and every attack on the castle but also had most of its fierce and cunning soldiers exhausted in the attack; after February 24, the both sides were involved in confrontation.
  335. From February to June, 1871 he travelled to the United States of America throughout Europe.
  336. From February to March 1972, the first improved train with two sealed-beam head lamps each and with unitized side windows was made and put into production, out of which a total 109 new cars consisting of fifteen trains plus one spare set of four cars were put into operation at the Akashi Train Depot.
  337. From Fukuchiyama Station on the West Japan Railway Company/Kitakinki Tango Railway (KTR) take the Kyoto Kotsu Bus (Maizuru) and get off at Sandan-ike Pond Park.
  338. From Fukuchiyama Station to Oe Station, the line runs along the Yura-gawa River, and from Oe Station to Miyazu Station, it crosses the mountains through a series of tunnels, including the 3,215-meter Fuko Tunnel.
  339. From Fukuchiyama Station, take any Kyoto Kotsu Bus to Shiyakusho-mae (City Hall bus stop) or take the Osadano Route to Shirokoen-mae (Castle Park bus stop).
  340. From Fukuchiyama Station, take the Kyoto Kotsu Bus Kawakita Route or the Tango Kairiku Kotsu Bus (Tankai Bus) for Kasamatsu Cable-shita (Kono-jinja/ Ichinomiya Josenjo-mae) or for Kyoei-koko-mae (Kyoei High School bus stop), to Nishi-honmachi (bus stop), or walk.
  341. From Fukuchiyama Station, take the Kyoto Kotsu Bus Kawakita Route to Hirokoji (bus stop).
  342. From Fukuchiyama Station, take the Kyoto Kotsu Bus Kawakita Route to Koseikaikan-mae (Welfare Hall bus stop).
  343. From Fukuchiyama Station, take the Kyoto Kotsu Bus Kawakita Route to Sandanike Koen (Sandanike Park bus stop) (from April to November, services are available only on Sundays and national holidays).
  344. From Fukui Prefecture and from Nantan City
  345. From Fukunishi-hondori Street to the Katsura Station west exit
  346. From Fukusumi, it takes approximately two and an half hours to the top of the mountain by way of Sasayamanomori Park, Kosaka-toge Pass, and Mt. Funasaka.
  347. From Gakken Nara Tomigaoka Station: Get on a route 47 bus bound for Hosono Station (It takes approx. 15 minutes.)
  348. From Gakken-Nara-Tomigaoka Station (Kintetsu-Keihanna Line), take Nara Kotsu Bus 41, 47 or 48 and get off at the "Kokuritsu Kokkai Toshokan" (National Diet Library) (time required: approximately 15 minutes).
  349. From Gensaku's notes, it can also be inferred that Ujisato was suffering from what is referred to today as rectal/pancreatic cancer.
  350. From Haibara Station on the Kintetsu Osaka Line, take the Nara Kotsu bus bound for Kaminouchimaki and Sone-mura Yakuba mae, and get off at Takai bus stop, from which it is thirty minutes on foot.
  351. From Haidara Station on the Kintetsu Osaka line take the Nara Kotsu bus to Tenmandai-Higashi San-chome bus stop and walk thirty minutes.
  352. From Haikata to Hankyu Higashimuko Station/JR Mukomachi Station via Ukyonosato and Higashiyama
  353. From Hamaotsu Station the trains on the Keihan Keishin Line are operated through to Uzumasa-Tenjingawa Station via Misasagi Station (but some trains turn around at Kyoto Shiyakusho-mae Station).
  354. From Hashimoto to Mount Koya
  355. From Heian-kyo, the roads of Goki shichido (five provinces and seven circuits) were extended and connected to all the provinces nationwide.
  356. From Heiji War to Falldown
  357. From Hieidaira/Hiei-sancho (top of Mt. Hiei) to Kyoto Station, lines toward to Hamaotsu Station (Mt. Hiei Drive Bus, Mt. Hiei Shuttle Bus).
  358. From Higashi Maizuru Station (JR), take the Maizuru Sightseeing Bus and get off at the Hikiage Kinenkan bus stop.
  359. From Higashi Maizuru Station (West Japan Railway), take the bus of Mihama Route or Tai Nohara Route (Kyoto Kotsu Maizuru) and get off at the Hikiage Kinen Koen Mae bus stop (time required: approximately 15 minutes).
  360. From Higashi Maizuru Station on the JR Maizuru Line take the Kyoto Kotsu (Maizuru) bus bound for Nishi Maizuru, getting off at, and walk for approximately three minutes.
  361. From Higashi Maizuru Station on the JR Maizuru Line, take Kyoto Kotsu Bus Aseku Junkan Route, get off at 'Maizurukosenmae' bus stop, and the park is approximately five minutes on foot.
  362. From Higashi-Maizuru
  363. From Higashi-Maizuru Station on the JR Maizuru Line it is approximately 15 minutes on foot.
  364. From Higashi-Maizuru Station on the JR Maizuru Line, take Kyoto Kotsu Maizuru Bus.
  365. From Higashi-Maizuru Station on the Maizuru Line run by the West Japan Railway Company, a bus takes you to the beaches in approximately thirty-five minutes.
  366. From Higashi-shinbayashi-cho to the Katsura Station west exit
  367. From Hikotaro KATAOKA through Hideroku KATAOKA to the third Tojuro KATAOKA.
  368. From His Birth Until His Emigration to Japan
  369. From His Retirement till His Death
  370. From Hosono Station (JR Katamachi Line) or Shin-Hosono Station (Kintetsu Kyoto Line), take the Nara Kotsu Bus 39 or 41, or the south route of the Seika Kururin Bus, and get off at the "Kokuritsu Kokkai Toshokan" (National Diet Library) (time required: approximately 10 minutes).
  371. From Hosono Station of JR or from Shin-Hosono Station of Kintetsu Corporation: Get on a route 47 Nara Kotsu Bus Lines Co., Ltd. bus (bound for Gakken Nara Tomigaoka Station) (it takes approx. eight minutes)
  372. From Hosono Station on the JR Katamachi Line or Shinhosono Station on the Kintetsu Kyoto Line, take Nara Kotsu Bus, and get off at 'Watashino Shigoto Kan' bus stop which is very close to the museum.
  373. From Ichiriki to Niriki
  374. From Ieyasu onwards, the shoguns appreciated Noh, especially Tsunayoshi, who had such a deep attachment to it that he was called 'Noh crazy.'
  375. From Ikoma Tozanguchi on Hanna Road, take Shigi-Ikoma Skyline.
  376. From Inafukuoka Station, Iida Line, Central Japan Railway Company (JR Central,, aka, JR Tokai), approximately twenty minutes on foot
  377. From JR Higashi Maizuru Station, take a Mihama Route or Tai Nohara Route bus owned by Kyoto Kotsu, and get off at the 'Hikiage Kinen Koen Mae Bus Stop' (time required: approximately 15 minutes).
  378. From JR Higashi Maizuru Station, take the Maizuru Sightseeing Bus, and get off at the 'Hikiage Kinenkan Bus Stop.'
  379. From JR Higashi-Maizuru Station it takes forty-three minutes by bus bound for Nohara.
  380. From JR Kyoto Station or Kintetsu Kyoto Station, take the City Bus and get off at the 'Kyoto Kaikan Bijutsukan-mae' bus stop, which is very close to the museum.
  381. From JR Kyoto Station, change to JR Kosei Line (For Omi Maiko, Omi Imazu and Nagahara).
  382. From JR Nara station, take a ''City Circular'' bus or a ''Central Circular'' Nara Kotsu bus, get off at ''Wariishi-cho,'' and walk eastward for 5 minutes.
  383. From JR Nata Station take Nara Kotsu bus 'Shinai Junkan' line or 'Naka-Junkan' line to 'Wariishi-cho' and walk east for ten minutes.
  384. From JR Nishi-Maizuru Station, a taxi will take you to the tower in approximately fifteen minutes.
  385. From JR Nishi-Maizuru Station, take the Kyoto Kotsu Bus, and get off at (Maizuru) "Gorogadake Koenguchi" bus stop, and it takes forty-five minutes on foot.
  386. From JR Osaka station
  387. From JR Yamatoji line Nara Station or Kintetsu Nara Station take the Nara Kotsu bus (for Tenri Station), and walk from Fukuchiin-cho bus stop.
  388. From January 1 to 3.
  389. From January 1, 1873 and on, the dates are given in the Gregorian calendar (except for dates, months, years of birth).
  390. From January 1160 to the next month of his exile, Tsunemune was enfiefed in Echigo Province and, after he was called back, he was enfiefed in Bitchu Province from January 1166 to April 1171, and in Tosa Province from 1171 until he died in 1189.
  391. From January 12, 1898 to June 30, 1898, he was the Minister of Foreign Affairs (Japan) of the third Ito cabinet.
  392. From January 21, 2006, reciprocal usage with PiTaPa became possible, even on the private and subway railway companies in the Keihanshin area, where PiTaPa has been introduced.
  393. From January 3, 1868 to June 11, 1868
  394. From January to July in 1867, he collaborated with Yoshiiku OCHIAI, his fellow pupil, on the production of "Eimei nijuhachi shuku."
  395. From January to March every year, Nagahama Bonbai (bonsai of Japanese apricot trees) Exhibition which is admired as No. 1 in Japan is held at the guesthouse.
  396. From Japanese classics, Norinaga MOTOORI believed that human soul travel to the land of the dead after one's death.
  397. From Japanese invasions of Korea to late in life
  398. From Japanese styles to Chinese styles
  399. From Japonaiserie to Japonism
  400. From Jokei's Entry to the Genko War
  401. From July 11 to 20, the annual 'Yoiyama yose' (the eve of the main festival of comic chat) took place.
  402. From July 20, 1972, routes operating from Kougyo High School (currently Tanabe High School) to Higashi, and Kusauchi-guchi to Kusauchi shifted their routes to the newly connected National Highway 307.
  403. From July of that year to July 1883 Heinai served as the governor of Yamagata Prefecture and was then appointed governor of Fukushima Prefecture.
  404. From July of the following year, 1891, he began publishing "Shin Nihon-shi" (New History of Japan), a book that was scheduled to be published in three volumes to analyze the history of the Meiji Restoration from the aspects of politics, diplomacy, economy and religion.
  405. From July, Kuroda traveled to Sakhalin, formed a relationship with Russian government official of the area, inspected Hokkaido, and then returned to Tokyo.
  406. From June 11, 1868 to August 15, 1869
  407. From June 18, 1860, until August 15, 1861, a total of 9491 Manen Oban with the hallmarks of '吉, 宇, き' (yoshi, u, ki) and '吉, 安, 大' ('yoshi, yasu, dai) in the noshime pattern were minted.
  408. From June 5 to June 9
  409. From June of the same year, he called himself Kajiro NISHINOUMI.
  410. From June, 1881, he made Keio Gijuku accept students from Korea.
  411. From June, he started publishing the serial novel 'Michikusa' by retracing the days he was working on "Wagahai wa neko dearu."
  412. From Juzo SANOGAWA, through Juzo NAKAMURA, Kazuemon (嘉津右衛門) NAKAMURA, the First Kitsuemon (喜津右衛門) NAKAMURA, to Kichiemon NAKAMURA (Sanogawaya, the first).
  413. From Kado-no-koji-hachijo to Kyoto Station
  414. From Kamakura period to Muromachi period, small feudal lords gained power in each region and were opposed to each other within Iga Province.
  415. From Kameoka City Federation of Senior Citizen's Club, "Wisdom of hometown Kameoka," in 1982.
  416. From Kami-Ooka Station or Byobugaura Station on the Keikyu Main Line or Isogo Station on the Negishi Line, take the Yokohama City Bus or Keihin Kyuko Bus and get off at Kuraki Koen-mae (front of Kuraki Park) bus stop.
  417. From Kanazawa Station, one may take the Limited Express train 'Thunder Bird,' transfer at Tsuruga Station to Obama Line, and arrive Higashi-Maizuru Station in about two hours.
  418. From Kanazawa Station, take the Limited Express 'Thunderbird' and at Tsuruga Station transfer to the Obama Line, and it will take you approximately 2 hours to reach Higashi-Maizuru Station.
  419. From Kansai International Airport: Get on the JR Limited Express Haruka, and it takes 75 minutes.
  420. From Katsuragi no takanukahime (a descendant of Amenohiboko), he had Okinagatarashihime no mikoto, Soratsuhime no mikoto and Okinagahiko no miko.
  421. From Kawachinagano Station of Nankai-Koya Line or Kintetsu Nagano Line, take the bus on Kobuka Route of Nankai Bus Co., Ltd., 'Kongosan Ropeway mae bound' (8 or 11 system), and get off at 'Kongo Tozanguchi' bus stop or at the last stop, 'Kongosan Ropeway mae.'
  422. From Kawamata no inayoribime, he had a prince called Otamusaka no miko.
  423. From Keage via Ebisugawa Power Station to Fushimi (Oto Canal and Kamogawa Canal)
  424. From Keiinsha Years on
  425. From Kenmu Restoration to the Turbulence of the Northern and Southern Courts Period
  426. From Kinosakionsen Station (Sanin Main Line) to Fukuchiyama Station
  427. From Kinosakionsen Station on the JR Sanin Main Line
  428. From Kinpusen-ji Temple, where there is a Zao-do hall, walk about 20 minutes across the valley.
  429. From Kintetsu Haibara Station (Osaka line), take the Nara Kotsu bus headed for 'Ouda' and get off at the final stop, then walk about 15 minutes.
  430. From Kintetsu Nara Line Ikoma Station, take Nara Kotsu Bus (Ikomadai loop-line) to 'Tawaraguchi Hanna Chuo Hospital.'
  431. From Kintetsu Nara Station
  432. From Kintetsu Nara Station it takes about thirty minutes on foot.
  433. From Kintetsu Nara Station take Nara Kotsu bus 'Naka-Junkan' line to 'Wariishi-cho' and walk east for ten minutes.
  434. From Kintetsu Nara Station, take a ''Central Circular'' Nara Kotsu bus, get off at ''Wariishi-cho,'' and walk eastward for 5 minutes.
  435. From Kintetsu Tenri Station, take a six-minute ride on a Nara Kotsu Bus bound for Sakurai Station.
  436. From Kintetsu Yamato Yagi Station, get on the Nara Kotsu bus headed for 'Shoubu-cho 4-chome,' 'Oyodo bus center,' or 'Shimoichi-cho, Iwamori' and get off at Obusa, then walk about 5 minutes.
  437. From Kinzane, he inherited the 'gissha' (ox-drawn carriage) that had been handed down to legitimate children of the Kanin line for generations.
  438. From Kita-fukunishi-cho 1-chome non-stop to the Katsura Station east exit
  439. From Kitaoji Station on the Kyoto Municipal Subway, go over the Kamo-gawa River (Yodo-gawa River system) and walk one kilometer.
  440. From Kobe
  441. From Koichi KATAOKA through the sixth Juzo KATAOKA to the sixth Ichizo KATAOKA.
  442. From Kokusaikaikan Station on the Kyoto City Subway Karasuma Line, five minutes on foot.
  443. From Kozuya-hachioji, Yawata City (the intersection with Kyoto Prefectural Road No. 22, Yawata-Kizu-sen) to 3-chomeTsudahigashi-machi, Hirakata City (the intersection with National Highway Route No. 307)
  444. From Kuzuha Station or Yawata-shi Station on the Keihan Main Line run by Keihan Electric Railway, take the Keihan Bus and after ten minutes get off at 'Oshiba-shokado-mae' bus stop, which is just outside Shokado.
  445. From Kyan's statement, which reads, "Since childhood, I have practiced like this," it would appear that this practice dates at least from the early Meiji period, or probably from the era of the Ryukyu Kingdom.
  446. From Kyoto
  447. From Kyoto City
  448. From Kyoto City Subway Karasuma Line Kokusai Kaikan Station: Take Kyoto Bus number 19 for 5 minutes
  449. From Kyoto Electric Railway to the Kyoto Line
  450. From Kyoto Higashi Interchange, or from Ritto Interchange via Biwako-ohashi Bridge, to Kosei-doro, then turning right at Hira Exit (terminal) of the Kosei-doro Road, turning left to Route 161, turning right after 20 meters and driving straight for one kilometer
  451. From Kyoto Station (Sanin Main Line) to Fukuchiyama Station
  452. From Kyoto Station of JR, take City Bus 5, get off at "Kyoto Kaikan Bijutsu Kan Mae" and walk.
  453. From Kyoto Station of West Japan Railway Company, or from Kyoto Station of Kintetsu Corporation.
  454. From Kyoto Station of West Japan Railway Company, take City Bus 46, get off at "Higashiyama Nio Mon" and walk three minutes.
  455. From Kyoto Station on the JR Sanin Main Line
  456. From Kyoto Station to Nara Station
  457. From Kyoto Station, the Limited Express Maizuru takes you to Higashi-Maizuru Station in approximately 90 minutes.
  458. From Kyoto Station, the Limited Express Maizuru takes you to Higashimaizuru Station in approximately 90 minutes.
  459. From Kyoto Station, the Limited Express Tango Discovery takes approximately two hours.
  460. From Kyoto Station, the Limited Express trains 'Maizuru' or 'Tango Discovery' will take you to Higashi-Maizuru Station in approximately 90 minutes.
  461. From Kyoto Station, there are special express trains 'Maizuru' and 'Tango Discovery' that arrives at Higashi-Maizuru Station in about one hour and 30 minutes.
  462. From Kyoto Station: A bus from the hotel is available at the Hachjo entrance/exit place, and it takes about 20 minutes.
  463. From Kyoto Station: Take Kyoto Bus number 17 or 18 (only runs on Saturdays and holidays) for 46 minutes
  464. From Kyoto station
  465. From Kyoto to Yamaguchi
  466. From Maibara Interchange, take the National Route 21 toward Ibuki-cho and Sekigahara-cho.
  467. From Maizuru Oe Interchange on the Trans-Kyoto Expressway it is approximately 10 km.
  468. From Maizuru-Higashi Interchange on the Maizuru-Wakasa Expressway, take National Route 27, and turn to the left at Shikahara Intersection; it is just beyond Maizuru National College of Technology.
  469. From Maizurunishi Interchange on the Maizuru-Wakasa Expressway it is approximately 13 km.
  470. From Maizurunishi Interchange on the Maizuru-Wakasa Expressway it takes approximately 15 minutes by car.
  471. From Mannosuke NAKAMURA to the second Kichiemon NAKAMURA.
  472. From March 1 through April 3 on the lunar calendar, 'Sagemon tour' is convened and sagemons decorate each household.
  473. From March 1 to 31, the fierce battles of Tabaru Slope and Kichiji Pass were fought in present Oaza Toyooka, Uekimachi town, Kamotogun County, Kumamoto Prefecture.
  474. From March 14, 1191, he also held the position of Inaba Gon no suke (Provisional Deputy Governor of Inaba Province).
  475. From March 15, 2008, the route has run via the Miyafuku Line.
  476. From March 18 - 24: Spring Higan ceremony(week of the spring equinox)
  477. From March 1st, the IJA Third Army and Second Army on the left wing advance to flank Russian positions in Fengtian.
  478. From March 3, 2000 to December 3 of the same year (Kaicho (unveiling) once 33 years)
  479. From March 4, the government army had 2000 killed and 2000 wounded.
  480. From March 5, 1220, he also held the post of Harima no Gon no kami (Provisional Governor of Harima Province).
  481. From March of the same year, Taishu Bungei Eiga-sha made a partnership with Onoe Kikutaro Productions and produced three historical dramas using the producer Taizo FUYUSHIMA as a director and Kikutaro ONOE as a leading character.
  482. From March, 1966 to June of the same year, eight oral pleadings were held and the Asada Furen and the Institute of Buraku Problem disputed over the custodial right of the Bunkakosei-kaikan Hall.
  483. From Masamune on October 9.'
  484. From Matsui-yamate Station on the JR Katamachi Line, take the Keihan Bus and after fifteen minutes get off at 'Oshiba-shokado-mae' bus stop.
  485. From Matsuo-bashi Bridge to Shijo-Karasuma
  486. From May 10, 2008, the name of Tanabe Management Office changed to Kyotanabe Management Office after relocation, although the diagram of this bus route was not altered.
  487. From May 11 to 13, a heavy bombardment battle was fought between the Satsuma army positioned in Mt. Saibara and the Imperial Navy warship named Ryujo.
  488. From May 14 to 17, the government army burnt the Satsuma army's facilities including a potassium nitrate-manufacturing factory and a food-storing warehouse.
  489. From May 28, 1676 to 1677, he spent days coming and going between Kyoto and Edo.
  490. From May 31 when SAIGO arrived at the Office of Military Affairs, the office functioned as the new headquarters of the Satsuma army and issued military currency (Saigo-satsu bill) and the like to rebuild the finances.
  491. From May to July, he attended processions in Kansai, Chugoku, Saigoku for the Emperor.
  492. From May to June 2008, taishogoto by Kindenryu school was adopted for 'Sky Channel' (in-flight music for international flight) by All Nippon Airways (ANA).
  493. From May to September in 1888 and from October in 1888 to February of the next year, he visited Kyoto Prefecture, Osaka Prefecture, Nara Prefecture, Shiga Prefecture and Wakayama Prefecture in the Kinki area with Fenollosa to investigate the shrines and temples and the arts there.
  494. From Meiji Period to pre-war Showa Period
  495. From Meiji period
  496. From Meiji period to 1945, so-called in prewar times, 'she was not included in successive emperors, but was given the honorary title of Emperor.'
  497. From Meiji to Taisho, the art of wagoto reached the height of sophistication under Ganjiro NAKAMURA.
  498. From Meiji to the Taisho period, eight shindo-hi monuments (see below) were built as directed by Emperor Meiji.
  499. From Meiji to the early Showa period
  500. From Mikoshi to Sakai Kubo (the municipal government based in Sakai City)
  501. From Minami-kasuga-cho to the Katsura Station west exit
  502. From Minister for Foreign Affairs to Prime Minister
  503. From Miura Pass, the road goes down through a wood lot and passes through the remains of Koyagura (an old watchtower) which was recorded in "Seiryoki."
  504. From Miwa Station of the JR West Sakurai Line, walk for about 30 minutes.
  505. From Miyazu
  506. From Mogao Caves in Dunhuang City, a large number of wall paintings from the 5th to 12th century as well as Buddhist paintings drawn on banners, Buddhist paintings drawn as illustrations at the beginnings of Buddhist scriptures in Kansubon (book in scroll style) have been discovered together with Mogao literature.
  507. From Moronao's time onwards the clan was known simply as KO, and served the Ashikaga clan as a steward for generations.
  508. From Muromachi era to the Period of Warring States
  509. From Muromachi period to Sengoku period (period of warring states) (Japan), Hyakumanben Nenbutsu spread from Imperial Court to rural villages, and it was a rule in the Imperial Court to do Hyakumanben Nenbutsu on 16th of January, May, and September.
  510. From Nagano to Hashimoto
  511. From Nagaokakyo to Heiankyo
  512. From Nagoya
  513. From Naojiro KAMEYA, through Kamezo MIMASU, the first Gakusaburo KATAOKA, the sixth Chojuro KATAOKA to the third Ichizo KATAOKA.
  514. From Nara Station (JR Kansai Main Line/ Kintetsu Railway), take Nara Kotsu Bus bound for Saidai-ji Temple/Japan Air Self-Defense Force.
  515. From Nara Station to Sakurai Station (Nara Prefecture)
  516. From National Highway 162 through Kyoto Prefectural Road 61 and Ido-toge Pass to National Highway 477.
  517. From National Route 161 through National Route 477, National Route 162 and Fukami-toge Pass to Nantan City.
  518. From National Route 162 through National Route 477, Momoi-toge Pass to National Highway 367.
  519. From National Route 27 through National Route 162 and Fukami-toge Pass to Kyoto City.
  520. From National Route 477 through Kyoto Prefectural Road 61 and Ido-toge Pass to National Route 162.
  521. From National Route 477 through National Route 367 (duplicated), National Route 477, and Momoi-toge Pass to National Route 162.
  522. From National Route 9 through National Route 162 and Fukami-toge Pass to Nantan City.
  523. From New Year's Day to the day six in an old lunar calendar it appeared above the sea in front of shrine gate at quiet night, where firstly the one fire appeared and it gradually increased to about fifty and they aggregated into one fire again and disappeared at dawn.
  524. From New York.
  525. From Nijo it runs southward in the west side of the Kiyamachi-dori Street until it flows into the Kamo-gawa River above the Jujo-dori Street.
  526. From Nijo to Gojo, about 90 restaurants are lined up.
  527. From Nio-mon to Main Shrine Golden Hall (by cable car).
  528. From Nio-mon to Main Shrine Golden Hall (on foot).
  529. From Nishi-Maizuru
  530. From Nishi-Maizuru Station on the Maizuru Line run by the West Japan Railway Company, it is approximately 15 minutes by taxi.
  531. From Nishi-Maizuru Station or Higashi-Maizuru Station on the JR Maizuru Line, the Nishi Oura Bus takes you to this park in approximately 20 minutes.
  532. From Nishi-takenosato-cho to JR Mukomachi Station/Hankyu Higashimuko Station via Sakaidani-ohashi Bridge and Rakusaiguchi Station
  533. From Nishi-takenosato-cho to the Katsura Station east exit via Sannomiya-kaido Road
  534. From Nishi-takenosato-cho to the Katsura Station west exit
  535. From Nishi-takenosato-cho to the front of Hankyu Rakusaiguchi Station
  536. From No. 46 (also in "Shinkokin Wakashu" (New Collection of Ancient and Modern Japanese Poetry), Love-1 1071)
  537. From Nobunaga's death to Kiyosu Conference
  538. From Nobuyori's perspective, Kiyomori remained a potential ally who might cooperate, given their marriage ties (Nobuyori's son and heir Nobuchika was married to Kiyomori's daughter).
  539. From Noritoki's time onward, the Yamashina family came to assume the post of Kura no kami.
  540. From Northern Wei period to Tang Dynasty period, a shoro was placed together with a koro (a tower housing a drum) in the premises of a palace.
  541. From November 11, the train started its operation with the denomination 'Ii Koto Express,' and it was operated as a special limited express until the timetable was revised on March 17, 200X.
  542. From November 12th to 15th, banquets celebrating the enthronement were taken seven times at Homeiden State Banquet Hallin in the palace, and a total of 3,500 honored guests were invited.
  543. From November 14 to December 10, 1939, the Japanese government collected designs from the public for male civilian clothing in competition for a prize.
  544. From November 1925, Tomoito fell ill.
  545. From November 1984, JNR introduced nine sets of 'light-duty cars' designed to cut further costs by installing two-step upright sliding windows and by adopting transfer printing technology for numbering.
  546. From November 2008 to May 2009: Kifudo painting was exhibited at 'exhibition of National Treasures of Mii-dera Temple of the 1150th anniversary of Chisho Daishi's return from abroad' (circulated Osaka Municipal Museum of Art, Suntory Museum, Fukuoka City Museum).
  547. From November 6, 1897 to January 12, 1898, he worked as the Minister of Foreign Affairs (Japan) in the second Matsukata cabinet.
  548. From November 986, he served one year as Sakone no shosho (Minor Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards) together with Michinaga.
  549. From Oaza-Mitsushima, Kadoma City, to Hiejima, Kadoma City (the intersection with Osaka Prefectural Road No. 2, Osaka-chuo-kanjo-sen Belt Line) (only side lanes)
  550. From October 1 through November 1 (old calender) of the next year after the family register was made, the government official of the capital or kokufu (provincial office) made account books and revised the state of changes by comparing the newest account books with those of the previous.
  551. From October 1, 2008, the widely used IC pre-paid bus card, PiTaPa Card, can be used for this bus service.
  552. From October 1, Makino Talkie started to distribute films produced by Koyo Eiga in Nishinomiya in place of Chidori Kogyo.
  553. From October 11 (old calendar) in the same year, he practiced Sennichi sanro (to seclude oneself for 1,000 days) on Sanetomo's instruction on a hill at the back.
  554. From October 1585 to June 1586, in conjunction with the Battle of Ueda, the Hojo clan attacked Numata-jo Castle several times, but Masayuki's uncle Jodai (the keeper of castle) Yoritsuna YAZAWA (father of Yoriyasu YAZAWA) succeeded to fight them off.
  555. From October 1896 to October 1897 when he was an artillery captain, he served as an official of the military department in Military Affairs Bureau of Taiwan Governor-General Office, where Maresuke NOGI was the governor-general.
  556. From October 31 to November 2, the Ming and Korean armies attacked the Suncheon Waeseong from both land and sea, but the Japanese army fought them off.
  557. From October to the first half of November: Shuso Nichiren Daishonin Gotai-e (Celebration of Nichiren Daishonin's passing) (it is held from November 20 to November 21 in Taiseki-ji Temple).
  558. From Ogura Hyakunin Isshu (the Ogura Anthology of One Hundred Tanka-poems by One Hundred Poets)
  559. From Oji Station of the JR Yamatoji Line and the Kintetsu Ikoma Line, take a Nara Kotsu Bus and get off at 'Tatsuta-jinja-mae' bus stop, along with a little walk.
  560. From Oji Station on the JR Yamatoji Line, take the Nara Kotsu Bus to Darumaji bus stop, and the temple is about ten minutes on foot.
  561. From Oku-no-in, visitors can enjoy the full picture of the Hondo main hall.
  562. From Omi-Nakasho Station on JR West Kosei Line
  563. From Omi-takashima Station on the JR Kosei Line, take Route 161 (changed to Prefectural Road 558 in April, 2007), 3km toward the south.
  564. From Omihachiman Station of JR Biwako Line by Omi Bus destined to Chomeiji, at Obatacho Shiryokan or Shinmachi bus stop
  565. From Omuko (originally it meant the furthest seat from the stage) the audience call out his family's theatrical name, 'Narikoma-ya', or sometimes 'Kamiya-cho' as his house is located in Kamiya-cho Town, Minato Ward, Tokyo Prefecture.
  566. From Onryo to Goryo
  567. From Osaka
  568. From Osaka International Airport: Limousine buses are available.
  569. From Otsu City
  570. From Prehistoric to the Battle of Sekigahara
  571. From Ritto Interchange of Meishin Expressway, take National Route 1 and other routes.
  572. From Rokujizo (or near Kangetsu-kyo Bridge in the west), the road passes through Kohata and Uji, crosses the Uji-bashi Bridge, turns south over Ogura-zutsumi at Okubo and merges with Yamato-kaido Road.
  573. From Rokuro Pass which was one of Koya Nana-kuchi (seven gates of Mt. Koya), a flat forestry road extends along the ridge, and it descends from a dug way before Susuki Pass to Odo-gawa River.
  574. From Ryoson, the 9th-generation Sanzan Kengyo, the post was appointed to an ascetic Buddhist monk in successive generations; however, the authority of the post was stil just the formality.
  575. From Ryumon-ji Temple, he went on pilgrimages to various districts.
  576. From Sakai, Tenchugumi entered Kawachi Province and made the Sayama clan dedicate firearms and armors and then marched to Yamato Province.
  577. From Satonouchi Yokooji-shimomisu in Fushimi Ward, Kyoto City (Intersection with Kyoto-sotokanjo-sen Belt Line and Abura-no-koji dori Street) to the Kumiyama-minami Interchange
  578. From Seattle.
  579. From Section 14 through 16 is about sakuno (writing Noh).
  580. From Section 6 through 13 is occupied by the explanation about Noh music
  581. From Sekigahara to Edo period
  582. From September 1, 2007, for the first time, the card became usable at 135 stations located in the urban area of the Chugoku district, except for stations within the Urban Network Area.
  583. From September 1, 2008 to November 30 of the same year (This was the Kechien-Kaicho (unveiling to make a connection with Buddha) to commemorate the 1000th anniversary of Emperor Kazan's death, who is respected as a restorer of Saigoku Sanjusankasho Junrei (pilgrimage through 33 temples of Kansai Kannon).
  584. From September 13, 1871 to April 14, 1875
  585. From September 1872 to July the following year, he visited European countries to inspect the religious background there to modernize the sect.
  586. From September 2007, Aki started to live independently from the Izumi family together with her two children.
  587. From September 30 to October 2 annually
  588. From September 9 to the end of March, a wadded garment shall be worn, and from May 5 to the end of August, hitoe (single garment) shall be worn.
  589. From September of the same year, the Emperor Meiji stayed in Hiroshima and the Imperial headquarters moved there to command the war.
  590. From September to November 1190, Moritsuna who accompanied Yoritomo on his going to Kyoto also accompanied Yoritomo on his visit to the Imperial Palace, to Iwashimizu Hachiman-gu Shrine, and so on.
  591. From September to November, he made a speaking tour in the Tokai and Tohoku regions; however, he contracted a brain disease during the tour.
  592. From Shigasato ramp of Nishi-otsu Bypass to National Route 161
  593. From Shimotsuke Province to the Saga Rebellion
  594. From Shin-Osaka Station (Tokaido Main Line) to Fukuchiyama Station via Osaka (Fukuchiyama Line)
  595. From Shin-Osaka Station and Osaka Station on the JR Tokaido Main Line
  596. From Shinbayashi Center to the Katsura Station west exit via Fukunishi-hondori Street
  597. From Shinbayashi-Nakadori Street to Katsurazaka-chuo
  598. From Shinmachi-dori Street to Abura-no-koji dori Street, it is a small-scale shopping street.
  599. From Shinonome Station on the Kitakinki Tango Railway Miyazu Line it is approximately 30 minutes on foot.
  600. From Shirakawa onward, the jokos who conducted Insei reigned as if they were chiten-no-kimi, being virtual emperors, while the actual emperors were described as being 'as if they were the crown princes.'
  601. From Shoichii (Senior First Rank) to Shosoige (the lowest court rank), there were 30 ranks.
  602. From Snow to Cherry Blossoms
  603. From Sugikiyo, the road goes down along Jinno-gawa River, crosses a bridge over the river near a primary school of Imoze, and goes to Miura-guchi which is the entrance of Miura Pass.
  604. From Sumizome Dam, it goes via Fushimi Incline (which does not exist today because it was used to widen National Route 24) to join Hori-kawa River.
  605. From Taira-tsuji crossroads, an unpaved road goes into a forest of Japanese cedars, descends to Prefectural Road Kawatsu-Koya Line, and reachs Omata Village near Kawarabi-gawa River.
  606. From Takano, the crossing with Kitaoji-dori Street to Tofuku-ji Temple, the Higashiyama Line of Kyoto City trams once ran southward.
  607. From Takeda Station it runs through the same track as the Kintetsu Kyoto Line.
  608. From Takeda Station on the Kyoto City Subway Karasuma Line, or Daigo Station or Ishida Station on the Kyoto City Subway Tozai Line, take a bus and get off at 'Keihan Chushojima' or 'Chushojima' bus stop.
  609. From Takiguchi no musha (samurai guards of the Imperial Residence), he was promoted to Meryo (the section taking care of imperial horses), Uemon no shojo, and then he served concurrently as kebiishi (a police and judicial chief).
  610. From Tango Kanzaki Station on the Kitakinki Tango Railway Miyazu Line, it is approximately ten minutes on foot.
  611. From The Diary of Tamon-in, May 1582: An entry notes that "Kaga Kuni children 8 and 11" was doing a "Yayako-odori" dance at Kasuga-taisha Shrine.
  612. From Titles of Official Status to Family Names
  613. From Tokiwa Station on the Keifuku Electric Railroad Kitano Line
  614. From Tokyo
  615. From Ukyonosato to the Katsura Station west exit via Nishi-takenosato-cho
  616. From Umeda Station, it takes about 20 minutes to transfer to the JR Tozai Line at Kitashinchi Station.
  617. From Uzumasa Station on the Keifuku Electric Railroad Arashiyama Line
  618. From Vol. Ⅲ (titled "Sojuro-zukin") of the series, Sojuro-zukin became the trademark of the hero Kurama Tengu, or Denzen KURATA, and the image took root when Kanjuro ARASHI starred as Kurama Tengu in its cinematized pieces.
  619. From Wa (Kyushu dynasty) to Japan (Yamato kingship)
  620. From Wakayama, he walked up Ise-Kaido Road along the Kinokawa River and moved to Koya-Kaido Road through the Tentsuji Pass from Hashimoto City.
  621. From Wani down to Ichinomoto, Tenri City, which used to be the base of Wani clan, there are tumuli presumed to have been constructed by the related families scattered on the hill which is about 70 meters higher than the plain area.
  622. From World War II to the end of the Showa period (from 1946 to 1988)
  623. From Yaize in Shizuoka Prefecture, since the opening of the Tokaido Main Line in 1889, it had become distributed even to the metropolitan areas of Tokyo and Osaka, but sometimes namaribushi became rotten although though it could be kept longer than than fresh fish.
  624. From Yamanouchi-Uesugi family.
  625. From Yamato Saidai-ji Station (Kintetsu Railway), take Nara Kotsu Bus bound for JR Nara Station/ Shiratsuchi-cho.
  626. From Yamazaki Station, special buses for Kyoto Race Course are operated on the days of horse racing, and special buses for Yawatashi Station are operated during the New Year holidays.
  627. From Yanagimoto Station of JR Sakurai Line, walk eastward for 20 minutes
  628. From Yawatashi Station to Otokoyama-sanjo Station
  629. From Yoshitsuna to Yoshihide
  630. From a broader perspective, Japanese art is deemed a part of Asian art, and it can also be deemed a part of the art of Buddhist countries, which includes India and China.
  631. From a certain news report there was an exaggerated comment stating that the Royal Family is descended from ethnic Koreans or that the Royal Family's origin started from Paekche and so on.
  632. From a certain period around the war, it was considered that the Ritsuryo-based Japanese society was based on slavery due to the existence of slaves.
  633. From a child, he was fond of paintings, and there is an anecdote that he always spread mud and painted picture with a bamboo stick on a big stone called Unzen no tenarai ishi (Unzen's stone for learning) in a Shinto shrine, returning home with his dirty clothes.
  634. From a disciple of Nizaemon KATAOKA (the thirteenth), he became a tachiyaku (a leading male-role actor).
  635. From a global viewpoint, many of the nations requiring high-speed railways don't have severe transportation conditions as in Japan, such as geographical conditions and measures for noise.
  636. From a historical point of view, it can be said that public gambling and lotteries operated by national and local governments are also a form of fushin monopolized by national and local governments following the model of jisha fushin.
  637. From a historical point of view, we can say that the production system returned to its form in the Taisho period or earlier.
  638. From a layer of accumulated gravels in the back square part, a Kuwagataishi-shaped clay artifact decorated with Chokko-mon (arc and straight-line pattern) was excavated.
  639. From a legal point of view, it was regarded as a less serious punishment than an execution by decapitation, but it was regarded as a more serious punishment than a banishment.
  640. From a legal standpoint, national treasures are one category of important cultural properties.
  641. From a long time ago there has been an argument about whether it was pronounced "naga" or "yoshi."
  642. From a martial art viewpoint on the toho (art of swords) and heiho (art of warfare) of the Shinkage-ryu School which was mentioned above, the terms of Katsuninken and Setsuninken have another meaning.
  643. From a moral aspect, the Emperor is a parent and his subjects are children so following the theory that loyalty to your lord is the same as filial piety, loyalty to the Emperor is filial piety.
  644. From a natural conservation stand point, there is a view that defines Satoyama affected by human disturbance as being a 'false forest.'
  645. From a point of about 1,600 m, the tracks of the Kosei Line intersects the tracks of the Biwako Line, and Kosei Line tracks (westbound and eastbound) proceed toward portals for westbound and eastbound located about 1,750 m from this point, with a gradient of -11 for eastbound, and a gradient of 1 for westbound.
  646. From a practical standpoint, the question of which kind of "kata" or demonstration is best will vary from one school to another, from one martial artist to another and so on, and it's difficult to make such assessments objectively.
  647. From a recently discovered photo album, it can be seen that among the houses he designed, the Sanjin MURANO residence was an ambitious work which included an art nouveau interior (examples: the newel posts of the stairs, the fireplace, and the furniture).
  648. From a record in existing Chakaiki (records of tea parties), it was assumed that Chojiro met SEN no Rikyu through Sokei during the Tensho era.
  649. From a religious point of view, Todai-ji Temple was characteristic of ancient Esoteric Buddhism inherited from one of its predecessor temples, Konshu-ji Temple (mentioned in detail later in "Predecessor Temples").
  650. From a social point of view, a term representing a toji varies depending on that toji's attitude toward sake brewing.
  651. From a standpoint of amalgamating the samurai forces in the eastern provinces, they were proud of their efforts and having been the family to overwhelm other samurai families.
  652. From a standpoint of art history, sculptured masterpieces during the Nara period are placed in the Hokke-do Hall (Sangatsu-do Hall and Kensaku-do Hall) of Todai-ji Temple, which was established during the Nara period (for details, see "Predecessor Temples").
  653. From a viewpoint of commercial statistics, its annual sales of the retailers is the largest in the northern prefecture and the third in Kyoto Prefecture following to Kyoto City and Uji City.
  654. From a viewpoint of design
  655. From a viewpoint of the Oda side, the remnants of the Amago clan, which were associated with Chugoku region, were valuable.
  656. From a young age Emperor Juntoku enjoyed learning; he also excelled in waka poetry and compiled various waka anthologies and research documents on waka, such as 'Yakumomisho.'
  657. From a young age he had a difficult temperament, and in his latter years he was described as the 'evil' Uemon no kami (Captain of the Right Gate Guards).
  658. From a young age, Kinuyo took lessons in playing the biwa (Japanese lute) and appeared on stage with the girls' opera in Osaka's Rakutenchi in 1919.
  659. From a young age, Murata respected and was friends with Takamori SAIGO, and showed reverence for the emperor.
  660. From a young age, Zoroku adored Fuyo KO, who was famous for his tenkoku (seal-engraving), and went to Kyoto to become his disciple.
  661. From about 1888 privately-published collections of shoka appeared.
  662. From about the 12th and the 13th century, "theatre (literally "seat," or za in Japanese)" was born as Business Union and they came to be protected by temples and shrines.
  663. From about the end of the Heian period, people, mainly nobles, often made a visit or a pilgrimage to the Kumano-sanzan (three major shrines of the Kumano-hongu-taisha Shrine, the Kumano-hayatama-taisha Shrine and the Kumano-nachi-taisha Shrine), the Koya-san mountains and the Ise-jingu Shrine.
  664. From about the late 1960's, finally a new movement since the disappearance of the avant-garde movement started to take hold to deal with the transformation to the modern tanka poetry.
  665. From about the middle of the Meiji period, rubber became inexpensive.
  666. From about this time to the end of war, playing with balls was one of the most popular pastimes for girls.
  667. From about this time, he became closer to Okyo Maruyama, whose picture had a contrasting style to that of his master Buson, and he broke new ground in his paintings, by changing his style to a more realistic one while conserving a taste for literati painting.
  668. From above meaning, Shike also implies leader of Japanese martial art (not necessary the head family).
  669. From above, it can be said that the actual proposal of the peace talks was made by Hongan-ji Temple although it was Nobunaga who suggested compromise in the form of an imperial order.
  670. From all the islands, more than 30 petitions sealed with blood were found, and also the initiators were specified.
  671. From all this, the author is thought to have been someone who was familiar with the Onin War and had some sort of involvement in it, perhaps a monk or court noble who had taken Buddhist orders and lamented the meaninglessness of the warriors' conflict.
  672. From among such young actors, Senjaku and Tsurunosuke distinguished themselves and established the "Senkaku Jidai" era.
  673. From among the Ozeki (second highest rank) of Sumo wrestling, only particular select wrestlers are to be permitted to tie the Shimenawa rope that goes around the waist of the Yokozuna (grand champion).
  674. From among the mokkans (a mokkan is a narrow strip of wood bearing an official message) written by Prince Nagaya during the Nara period unearthed in Nara, one was found with the writing, "Tsuge-no-himuro (himuro at Tsuge)."
  675. From among the traditional discussions on Confucianism, Shushigaku took Mencius' 'Theory of Innate Goodness' and held it in high esteem, which led to the debate over "innateness" and "goodness".
  676. From an actor (undefined) to the Second Kichiemon NAKAMURA.
  677. From an actor (undefined) to the second Tojuro KATAOKA.
  678. From an actor (undefined, Takedaya) through Kanezaburo FUJIKAWA (Tenmaya), Kaneya FUJIKAWA (藤川鐘彌, Tenmaya), to the first Ichizo KATAOKA.
  679. From an actor (undefined, Yamagataya) to the second Ichizo KATAOKA.
  680. From an analysis of sentences regarding sokuikanjo recently opened by the Nijo family to the public, a view that sokuikanjo started with the Emperor Gofukakusa was revealed.
  681. From an article reported in the Sankei News, April 4, 2008.
  682. From an early time, a mark for positioning of several wood blocks of wood block printing was called "kento" and this spread more widely.
  683. From an ethnographic standpoint, burning Kadomatsu or Shimekazari, which were displayed to welcome the year god, signifies seeing off the toshigami (God of the Year) with this fire.
  684. From an image of Fudomyoo (Acala) attached to the letter, it is found that Omiyo is actually Shinsuke's sister, who was separated from him in her childhood.
  685. From an industrial viewpoint, as in the list of fishing ports in Japan, there is the influence of the large-scale Tokutei Daisansyu Gyoko such as the fishing ports of Kesennuma, Ishinomaki and Shiogama, as well as the development of related marine-product processing industries.
  686. From an international viewpoint, we can say that the density of public restrooms in Japan is very high and fulfilling.
  687. From ancient days, it has been considered as a holy mountain where Yamatotakeru was defeated by the god of the mountain and injured.
  688. From ancient time, it is believed to be a festival celebrating the coming of age for boys at the age of 15 in the traditional way of counting age.
  689. From ancient times in Japan, horses have been an important mode of transportation.
  690. From ancient times in Japan, kirizuma-style roofs were valued higher than those of yosemune-style, and irimoya -zukuri style roofs, which combined both, were valued as the most esteemed.
  691. From ancient times the pillars were earthfast, and neither base stones nor mud bases were used between the pillars and the surface of the ground.
  692. From ancient times to the Middle Ages, it meant inhabitants who belonged to a certain shoryo (territory) (Koryo or Shoen) but cultivated fields in other shoryo.
  693. From ancient times to the early medieval period, the character "柵" was also used in addition to "城" and pronounced "ki" (城柵) (-> 城(ki)).
  694. From ancient times, Hitokotonushi no kami has been sacred in the region.
  695. From ancient times, Japan has had a religious culture based on polytheism (yao yorozu no kami (eight million gods)) worshiping nature or spirits like shamanism or animism including the 'Shinto religion.'
  696. From ancient times, Japanese people have believed that spirits and souls may easily stay in a hollow object, such as a bottle gourd.
  697. From ancient times, ancestors of our kings equipped with armors explored mountains and rivers and had no peace.'
  698. From ancient times, drum towers (ko-ro towers) were built inside castles, cities and the sites of religious institutions in the People's Republic of China and areas influenced by the Chinese culture.
  699. From ancient times, exposed active faults have been grasped in Onmyodo.
  700. From ancient times, features of Japanese swords have been described as:
  701. From ancient times, fishermen and hunters returned part of their catches to the land and the sea as a quota of deities when they obtained catches.
  702. From ancient times, his swords have had neat inscriptions, most of which have the two characters of 'Yoshimitsu' inscribed on them.
  703. From ancient times, it has been praised as 'Ogasawara of etiquette.'
  704. From ancient times, it has been regarded as an object for 'warding off evil and bringing good fortune'.
  705. From ancient times, many routes for transporting marine products to Kyoto, called Saba Kaido (mackerel roads), existed.
  706. From ancient times, the God of Oaths (enshrined in Amakashinimasu-jinja Shrine) has been believed to live in the hill.
  707. From ancient times, they were engaged in the manufacture of ritual implements and the construction of shrines and palaces in relation to the religious rites in the Court.
  708. From ancient times, this place is also known as a beauty spot for cherry blossoms in the spring and for autumn leaves in the fall.
  709. From and after the Wado era (708-715), Yoshino was written as '芳野' and the Emperor Shomu often made imperial visits as a place of connection for the dynasty of Tenmu line.
  710. From another critical viewpoint, it is suggested that the Bakufu failed to take adequate measures upon the arrival of the Black Ships due to a lack of knowledge involving diplomatic procedures resulting from excessively severing exchanges with foreign countries, and this resulted in the Bakufu being forced to sign an unequal treaty.
  711. From another perspective, the outermost surface, i.e., the part farthest from the body is called '上' (Ue.)
  712. From another point of view, it is more natural to assume that in Japan one religion has been created through a harmonious combination of Shinto and Buddhism than to consider the two have existed separately.
  713. From approximately 100,000 rice plants of the first generation for which seeds were obtained from gamma irradiation, approximately 500 individuals that seemed to be prospective mutants, such as plants with short stems and early rice, were selected in 1999.
  714. From approximately the start of the Heisei period, the game has fallen out of favor as a game played by families on New Year's day; however, Fukuwarai computer games and web-based versions have appeared, and local governments and the like continue to include the game in festivities celebrating the New Year.
  715. From around 1478, Suketsuna repeated this trip nearly every year, traveling to Inaba Province and then returning to Kyoto.
  716. From around 1620, futures transactions were conducted at Dojima, Osaka ahead of other countries.
  717. From around 1696, he affiliated with Kiseki EJIMA, the ghost-writer.
  718. From around 1707 until 1723, he was active as joruri author at Toyotake-za Theater in Osaka and was a rival of Monzaemon CHIKAMATSU of the Takemoto-za Theater, but he devoted to haikai and kyoka since then.
  719. From around 1854, other types of sen-ryo-bako such as those exclusively used for ni-bu-kin (a kind of gold coin) or those possible to store oban (former Japanese biggest oval gold coin) were also began to be used.
  720. From around 1870, he suffered a mental breakdown and produced far fewer works.
  721. From around 1877, research to improve looms was promoted in Kyoto and in Kiryu City, Gunma Prefecture.
  722. From around 1891, just before the completion of "Shinkei Sanjurokkaisen", his health was being ruined by alcohol so that he suffered a nervous breakdown again, had his eyesight fail, and developed beriberi.
  723. From around 1893 (at age 23), he worked on a ranch in Sonobe, serving his apprenticeship by stock farming, and in 1896 (at age 26), he began his own business as Anao seinyu kan.
  724. From around 1897, due to industrialized ice making, even sushi restaurants could easily obtain ice, and some restaurants started the installation of electric refrigerators at around the end of the Meiji period.
  725. From around 1918, he came to paint portraits of his daughter, Reiko KISHIDA (1914 - 1962).
  726. From around 1935 on, he did not write many novels or essays, mainly penning occasional gossip stories for the magazine "Sunday Mainichi."
  727. From around 1935, "the category of learning writing with brushes, at bunken" was changed to "the category of calligraphy, at bunken."
  728. From around 1939, mass-production of Nylon in factories began.
  729. From around 1940, the government more frequently encouraged women to wear Monpe as a garment for the lower half of the body for outdoor work.
  730. From around 1975, off-brand distributors of vending machines (door-to-door peddlers) started appearing on the scene.
  731. From around 1986, beer brewery-affiliated companies like Asahi soft Drinks, Kirin Beverage, and Suntory entered the market on a full scale.
  732. From around 1987, the delayed improvement of expressways has started; many major companies are located in Fukuchiyama due to the convenient transportation and these companies comprise the urban area of Fukuchiyama, centered around Fukuchiyama City.
  733. From around 2000, it started receiving attention again as an alternative to heated vending machines.
  734. From around 2001, 300 g or so bottle cans appeared on the market.
  735. From around 2003, 190 g cylindrical bottle type cans appeared on the market mainly used for premium-oriented coffee sold at comparatively high prices (approximately 140 yen/can).
  736. From around 2006, Seoritsu-hime suddenly began to attract much attention.
  737. From around 2007, there was even the case of selling a Swiss roll as 'ehomaki [eho roll],' by taking advantage of real ehomaki.
  738. From around 724, Emperor Shomu, whose mother was the daughter of Fuhito, FUJIWARA no Miyako, as well as four Fujiwara brothers and sons of Fuhito, FUJIWARA no Muchimaro, FUJIWARA no Fusasaki, FUJIWARA no Umakai and FUJIWARA no Maro appeared in the political world.
  739. From around December 1915, those including Ryunosuke AKUTAGAWA joined Mokuyokai.
  740. From around May to September, it is possible to enjoy this in various places in Kyoto city such as Kamogawa, Kibune, Takao, and Takagamine.
  741. From around eleven a.m., the army repeatedly laid an ambush or carried out surprise attacks here and there.
  742. From around that time till the very end of the seventh century, the political powers representing and consolidating Wa or Wajin continued to call themselves 'Wakoku.'
  743. From around that time, a confrontation between her nephew Hideyori TOYOTOMI (it is said that her elder sister Chacha (Yodo-dono) seized real power in the Toyotomi family) and Ieyasu TOKUGAWA (her sister GO's father-in-law) became known and Jokoin strived for mediation as the messenger of the Toyotomi side.
  744. From around that time, he started working on a systematic annotation for Manyoshu and completed the "Manyoshu Chushaku" (Annotated Manyoshu) (Manyoshusho, Sengakusho) between 1266 and 1269.
  745. From around the 10th century, god with specific virtues and attributes such as the god of fire, the god of water and the god of trees, were added to the existing figures of Ujigami (a guardian god or spirit of a particular place) and Jinushigami (god of an area of land).
  746. From around the 17th century, craftsmen began to produce karakuri ningyo by applying some techniques, including gears used in a watch and other things, to the devices for the movements of the doll.
  747. From around the 1960's, it became gorgeous as the economy grew rapidly.
  748. From around the 1970's, rapidly diversified retort foods (retort hamburger patties) were put on the market and were made easily available, hamburger became the most common meal.
  749. From around the 1st year of Keio, prior to being defeated in Battle of Toba Fushimi, Toshizo realized that from now on war could not be fought with swords and he started to prepare western-style armaments.
  750. From around the Bunka era, the revenge story reached its height, and it became long, then it was shifted to the genre of gokan (bound-together volumes of illustrated books).
  751. From around the Enpo or Tenna eras he started to write for a joruri performer, Kaganojo UJI and also a kabuki performer, Tojuro SAKATA.
  752. From around the Medieval period, Anashinimasu-Hyozu-jinja Shrine was called Anashi-kamisha Shrine (literally, upper Anashi-jinja Shrine), while Anashi-Daihyozu-jinja Shrine was called Anashi-shimosha Shrine (literally, lower Anashi-jinja Shrine).
  753. From around the age of Motoharu, derivative families were established by illegitimate children, and the Saka family, Aritomi clan, Obara clan, Chuma clan, Fukubara clan and so on were established.
  754. From around the beginning of the first century to the end of the seventh century, political powers in the Japanese Archipelago called themselves Wa or Wakoku.
  755. From around the eleventh century, the rice-field donation to the powerful men in the central government started.
  756. From around the last half of ninth century in the early Heian Period, when regency was introduced to Japanese politics, it became called just 'Kanso' for Daijokan (the Grand Council of State) to submit to the Emperor the reports which it had received from various provinces.
  757. From around the late 1990s, retort curry products that use as ingredients indigenous products or special products from each region of Japan started to appear one after another, forming a genre called 'gotochi curry' (local curry).
  758. From around the mid 2000s, people became health-conscious with topics like metabolic syndrome being talked about and cafes serving bitter coffee like espresso spread.
  759. From around the mid Heian period, it was adopted into the genpuku (coming-of-age) ceremonies for male nobles and generals of the Taira family.
  760. From around the mid to the end of Heian period, it was gradually becoming popular for one noble family to succeed a certain government official positions in one family within the society of court nobles.
  761. From around the middle era of the Meiji period, an association for calligraphy was established and a bulletin was published.
  762. From around the middle of the 1970's, some temples began to forbid bon toro, because some toro became too luxurious, and because fires - cases of arson and accidental fires - occurred one after another.
  763. From around the middle of the Heian period, role of seii taishogun was held as a matter of course by this individual.
  764. From around the middle of the medieval period (the mid or late Kamakura period), as commercial distribution became more active and the money economy accompanied with it gradually became pronounced, more and more jishi was paid in money.
  765. From around the time after the end of Seinan War, the government had to rush the construction of facilities to detain arrestees from domestic conflict that successively occurred.
  766. From around the time of the 11th century FUJIWARA no Michinaga, except for the period of the Kenmu Restoration, it became a permanent post.
  767. From around the time of the Onin War, the Yanigiwara's family finances became depleted due to various parts of the chigyo (fief) being usurped.
  768. From around the time of the Onin War, there were increasingly prominent clashed between different Shugo; keeping pace with that was the desire for independence (kokujin revolts, etc.) on the part of the kokujin, who were the local lords.
  769. From around this time Shigenari began to dislike Shigehime who became arrogant and fell out of his favor to many other concubines.
  770. From around this time the Ninth activated the world of Tokyo Kabuki together with Kikugoro ONOE (the fifth), Sadanji ICHIKAWA (the first) and others, and established the golden age of the Meiji Kabuki called 'Dangikusa era.'
  771. From around this time, Ogai's isolation in the medical world was getting deeper.
  772. From around this time, Tokitada diverged from Kiyomori's intention and showed independent movements.
  773. From around this time, he shifted his work to made-for-TV films (in which many directors had engaged due to decline in Japanese films after the 1960s) in the 1970s.
  774. From around this time, their surname 'Ando' came to be written frequently as '安東,' rather than '安藤,' however, the reason is not known.
  775. From articles on genealogy written in "the Kojiki and Nihonshoki (Chronicles of Japan)," there is a theory which claims that it is reasonable to think that Ojin was made up by combining influential persons of the time in the royal line.
  776. From before the start of the Pacific War until the end of the war, the nickel mine was developed and dug to produce nickel as one of the important military materials in Japan domestically.
  777. From birth in Shimonoseki to the life in Osaka:
  778. From birth to Appointment as Kanrei
  779. From birth to a lord of the Karatsu and Hamamatsu Domains
  780. From birth to adolescence
  781. From birth to becoming the heir of the Takeda clan
  782. From birth to his sucession as kai-shugo (military governor of Kai)
  783. From birth to the FUJIWARA no Nakamaro War
  784. From birth to the Jokyu War
  785. From bottom up came potteries of Aokibatake-style (青木畑式土器) in the early Yayoi period, Sakiyama-style in the middle of the Middle Yayoi period and Masugata-style in the end of the Middle Yayoi period.
  786. From childhood he loved literature and often visited Kyoto, and when he listened to lectures on the Lotus Sutra by Nyoshu of Unryuin, Senyo-ji Temple, he was extremely impressed.
  787. From childhood, he studied Kusharon (sutra of the Kusha sect) and the Tendai sect under Gyoben at Kuno-ji Temple on Mt. Kuno.
  788. From departure to the Battle of Tsushima
  789. From descriptions in the "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), it has become clear that at least one ruler, King Osasagi (Emperor Nintoku), made his base in Osaka and developed the Kawachi Plain; evidence of river improvement (the Naniwa-horie canal) and embankments (Manda-no-tsutsumi levee) can still be seen today.
  790. From disciples of the second Choko FUJII (also known as Soko), Zenchi AJIKI (安喰善知) and Kyuho TAMEISHI (為石九方) served as sado.
  791. From divided subtropical jet streams, the northern split flow joins together with the polar jet stream in the vicinity of Sakhalin.
  792. From each station, it takes about eight minutes by free shuttle bus.
  793. From earlier on, she became a disciple of Gesshu IWAGAMI and studied Chinese classics, read through Rekishi Hyakka at the age of 15 or 16, and surprised many with her translation summary of "Shinansho" written by Buntensho.
  794. From earlier stage, such suicide was performed as the act of showing natural feelings to his master and as the code of samurai.
  795. From early childhood, he studied tenkoku (seal-engraving) with his maternal uncle, Zoroku HAMAMURA (Ⅲ), and become a disciple of Gusho MASUDA at the age of 13.
  796. From early in his childhood he became intimately acquainted with the martial arts.
  797. From early modern ages onward
  798. From early on he travelled to many provinces, and in 1838 became a Buddhist monk, taking the name Bunkei.
  799. From early on in life, he pursued his studies in the English language.
  800. From early on, Frois was noted for his literary talent, and he left many works including the annual "Jesuit Reports on Japan," "A Comparison of Japanese and European Cultures" and "Frois' History of Japan," the last of which is particularly famous.
  801. From early on, Japanese Americans often suffered from prejudice and discrimination, leading difficult lives, but they have worked hard and educated themselves well in order to be good American citizens.
  802. From early on, Kaichiro YABUTA and Koichi Mori expressed their view as follows, on the basis of the general understanding at that time that the Tumulus Period began in the 4th century.
  803. From early on, Narihira was identified with the main character of "Ise Monogatari," the so-called 'Mukashi-Otoko' (the man from long ago).
  804. From early on, TAIRA no Masamori attended on her, and she had a mass service with Complete Buddhist Scriptures on October 1, 1113 at Rokuharamitsu-do hall which Masamori built.
  805. From early to middle eighth century, Kokuga was conducted in a stable manner.
  806. From early years he served the Taira clan, and his name is recorded as a servant of the Heike family in literature such as "Hogen Monogatari" (The Tale of the Hogen War), "Heiji Monogatari" (The Tale of the Heiji), and "Heike Monogatari" (The Tale of the Taira Clan).
  807. From early years he was raised by Kiyomori and he grew up to become kindachi (a high-ranking noble) of the Taira family.
  808. From either of these stations, take the Nara Kotsu Bus or the Seika Kururin Bus, and after ten minutes get off at 'ATR' Bus Stop, which is very close.
  809. From emergence of Rennyo to Ishiyama Hongan-ji War
  810. From examples such as these, we can see that Naomasa was Ieyasu's most trusted vassal.
  811. From generation to generation the family took charge of Konoefu (Division of Inner Palace Guards), and since the generation of Michinatsu KUZE, all of the family heads were promoted to Gon Dainagon (provisional chief councilor of state).
  812. From her humiliating experience of exposing her lower body to male doctors for treatment, she decided to become a female doctor so that she could rescue women from suffering the same humiliating experience.
  813. From her name, she was thought to have come from Mimana.
  814. From her womb Motozane's progeny Motomochi KONOE was born.
  815. From here buses turn around 180 degrees to reach 'Noriba' which has 'Aka Noriba' (literally, red boarding gates), A through D, and 'Ao Noriba' (literally, blue boarding gates), E through G, three gates each.
  816. From here on, he and Taro KATSURA alternated their cabinets, and it was called the Kei-En period.
  817. From here onward we will categorize them according to their respective provinces.
  818. From here onwards, it is considered that a leading political force in Japan island, that is, Miwa Regime (dynasty), which was equivalent to the early Yamato regime, existed mainly in this area.
  819. From here onwards, more and more department stores adopted uniforms in the western style for their employees.
  820. From here, Shungaku, Yoshikatsu and Yodo, the anti-tobakuha group, began to regain lost ground.
  821. From here, it goes through the Hori-kawa River (which runs through old Fushimi Harbor), or the Canal Discharge Channel, the Takase-gawa River, and empties into the Yodo-gawa River.
  822. From here, several crucial historical documents are quoted, but the word, 'Kaisho' was stressed by making it bold-faced.
  823. From here, they were fighting against the Satake clan and the others of the Northern Court faction.
  824. From his Infancy to the Establishment of Shogunate Authority.
  825. From his alias, it is inferred that his foundation was based upon Tada-no-sho.
  826. From his birth to the time of his separation from Bank of Japan.
  827. From his childhood Juntaro had a great talent for mathematics and he was especially skilled with the abacus.
  828. From his childhood due to his sagacity, he bore on his shoulders the expectations of his grandfather, Yoshimune TOKUGAWA, who was the 8th Shogun, and was brought up as a favorite with his grandfather.
  829. From his childhood he studied waka under Kounin, his grand mother, Tamemoto KYOGOKU and Tamehide REIZEI and studied renga (linked verse) under Yoshimoto NIJO.
  830. From his childhood he was interested in the traditional performing arts and spent his days performing on the stage of the variety hall run by his mother.
  831. From his childhood, Tadahiko showed interests in history.
  832. From his childhood, he studied under Saicho, the founder of the Nihon (Japanese) Tendaishu sect, and in 838 went to Tang (China) bearing with him 50 questions on the doctrine of the Tendaishu sect raised by Tendai zasu (head priest of the Tendai sect), Encho.
  833. From his childhood, he was nurtured by Ukon daibu CHOSOKABE who is a child of Motochika CHOSOKABE and his uncle.
  834. From his discontent with not being able to inherit his father's territories, he travelled to Kyoto in 1539 with 2,500 soldiers and was successful in obtaining it by force.
  835. From his early times he served for Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, and raised his army for the Battle of Anegawa and battle with Shingen TAKEDA, and was known for his distinguished war service.
  836. From his early years, Tsunashige was excellent at military prowess; he never failed to purify his body to pray for a victory to Hachiman Daibosatsu (great bodhisattva) on 15th of every month.
  837. From his experiences there, when the conscription ordinance promulgated in November, he looked at it critically, (and it is told that Kirino disdained the army under the new system and called it 'peasant soldiers' and some say that such a way of thinking caused carelessness in the Seinan War).
  838. From his first day at the Third High School through to the very end of his career at Dokkyo University, Doi's teaching style, through his unique presence and worldview, is said to have truly inspired his students and drew them in.
  839. From his following death haiku "Hechima Sakite Tanno tsumarishi Hotokekana", "Tann itto hechimano mizumo maniawazu", "Ototoino hechimano mizumo torazariki", the anniversary of his death memorial on September 19 is called "Hechima ki" or also called "Dassai ki " referenced from one of his pen names.
  840. From his generation onward, therefore, legitimate descendents were ordered to have their heads shaved and to assume the appearance of a priest.
  841. From his long year achievements, he was assigned to be the Mondo hakase (examiner) in 1062 despite not being a Kidendo (the study of the history) scholar, and he served the additional position of Awaji Province governor in 1065 ("Jomokushinbunnosho" (Record of inaugurations)).
  842. From his meritorious deeds during the year of Mizunoe-Saru (one of the Oriental Zodiac signs), he was posthumously awarded the title of Taikinge.
  843. From his own bitter experience, Shusai strongly wished to give the Honinbo Title to the strongest, so presumably, he decided to abolish Honinbo's hereditary succession system.
  844. From his poems, eleven were selected for inclusion in various Imperial anthologies of waka poems, such as, "Shin Chokusen Wakashu" (New Imperial Collection).
  845. From his sentence, though it is short, the surprise at the magnificence of the castle by Kanemi YOSHIDA, the author of "Kanemi-kyo Ki," can be imagined.
  846. From his youth, he was known as a Hokkekyo jikyosha (devotee of the Lotus Sutra) belonging to the hijiri (wandering monk) group with a background of Mountain Buddhism.
  847. From historical documents
  848. From inside to outside, it consists of kosode, hitoe, sashinuki (gathered trousers), shitagasane, and hoeki no ho.
  849. From inside to outside, it consists of kosode, naga bakama (long hakama), hitoe, itsutsuginu (five-layered robe), uchiginu (a lustrous silk robe), uwagi (outer robe), karaginu (a waist length Chinese style jacket), and mo (long pleated skirts).
  850. From inside to outside, it consists of kosode, oguchi bakama, ue no hakama, hitoe, hanpi, shitagasane, ketteki no ho (open sleeve seams outer robe), and sekitai.
  851. From investigations based on excavation, the following were found: Dug-standing pillar buildings, warehouses, wells, ditches for partitioning the land area or for drainage, and holes to store water or to dump garbage.
  852. From its establishment by FUJIWARA no Yukinari, the Sesonji family lasted 17 generations, but it was not until the generation of Yukiyoshi SESONJI that the family name of Sesonji became well known.
  853. From its excavation, the canal was used for 300 years as a means to transport goods over water until 1920.
  854. From its local situation, the Takabatake clan was connected with court nobles and Buddhism temples and Shinto shrines and, in particular, with Ishiyama Hongan-ji Temple located in the downstream of Katsura-gawa River and Yodo-gawa River.
  855. From its property as an uta-monogatari, the characters in the story were often written by using their real name, official position or title or nyobo-na (name as a court lady), referring to certain existing people specifically.
  856. From its stone masonry pattern, the stone chamber was thought to have been built from the end of the sixth century to the beginning of the 7th century.
  857. From its straight-line configuration, trains bound for Kizu and Kyobashi in opposite directions both arrive at and depart from the same platform.
  858. From kokushu (head of provincial governors) of several provinces, one person was selected to supervise the administration of kokushi (provincial governors) within its jurisdiction.
  859. From left to right
  860. From local states to ancient states
  861. From long ago it has been pointed out that the story of discovery of the noble two brothers, the elder Oke no miko and the younger Oke no miko, is a typical Kishuryuri-tan (a type of folktales in which a young deity or nobleman gets over trials to be a god or a blessed) with a strong dramatic element and the story per se is hard to believe as the historical fact.
  862. From long ago, Ebisumai (Ebisu dancing) and Daikokumai (Daikoku dancing) have been widely known among various kinds of Kagura (sacred music and dancing performed at shrines).
  863. From looking down to seeing the unclean
  864. From many years ago, local communities all over Japan have produced various toys of their own as a folkcraft, or as a folk toy, equipped with various devices, and even today, many of these toys are sold as souvenirs.
  865. From medieval times onwards, the position of Goi no Kurodo gradually became a position occupied by Tosho-ke (hereditary court nobles) known as Meika (important families), and the practice of Rokui no Kurodo (Sixth Rank Kurodo) rising to Goi no Kurodo died out.
  866. From medieval times to recent times (from the Heian Period to the Edo Period)
  867. From middle school days Masakazu devoted himself to the study of Noh drama as head of the Yamamoto branch family within the Kanze school, becoming the leader of the Kanze school in the Kansai area of Japan.
  868. From midnight of February 21 to dawn of 22, the battalions of the Satsuma army successively started toward Kumamoto, and pressed a siege vigorously against Kumamoto Castle.
  869. From my point of view, it seems to be a good idea to place the pork in the pot in two stages, namely pork for 'soup stock' first and pork for 'tasting' next.
  870. From now on Chiten no Kimi is called 'Chiten' in this section.
  871. From now on it should be reduced to an appropriate number.
  872. From now on, live long lives and value your lives.'
  873. From now on, monks should be selected for their virtue and have enough experience and knowledge before asking for the Nyuin ceremony.
  874. From now on, talents and abilities of the chief priest for the purple robe should be examined and only those who deserves should be allowed to wear the purple robe.
  875. From now on, the Keihan Nakanoshima Line's rapid express, whose rolling stock is the KERS 3000 (second generation) will be used as the temporary replacement train and the special train.
  876. From now on, the old system will be revolutionaries and will practice assigning one era name to the reign of each Emperor permanently.'
  877. From old records, it is clear that Masanobu was a painter at Kyo in 1463, and by then he was thought to be already an official painter in the Shogun's court.
  878. From old times, Bojutsu has been related to religion, and a kind of Bojutsu has been performed in rites and festivals.
  879. From old times, it has been said that Bojutsu is an excellent method for building up the body.
  880. From old times, many pundits have evaluated this battle in the following way: Shingen and Kenshin consumed lots of forces and the time of more than ten years in local battles over the control of the narrow Kawanakajima area, unnecessarily allowing Nobunaga to gain dominant power.
  881. From olden times, a majority of the breweries existed in the vicinity of a river.
  882. From olden times, it has been considered that ONO no Tofu transcribed it, but in the light of the style of calligraphy and writing paper, it seems to have been made during the rule by the retired Emperors, two centuries later than Tofu's time
  883. From olden times, military horses were produced in the tablelands around Funabashi City, Kamagaya City, Matsudo City, Kashiwa City and Shirai City which were suitable for grazing horses.
  884. From on June 1 to on June 13, it is made one act for a day.
  885. From one era to another, the characteristics of Miyake seem to have changed, but the details are not known.
  886. From one perspective, she was studious in her childhood and well known amongst court noble society, while on the other hand there were many who avoided her because of her unrefined demeanor and ugly looks.
  887. From our present perspective, it seems that Tumulus construction had already started at the time of Yamatai, and so the assumption that triangular-rimmed mirrors were forged falls down.
  888. From outside the distinguished pedigree, he gained a successful career and became a top actor so, he made a lot of effort, but at the same time he was in conflict with other actors many times and he didn't show up when he didn't like the part.
  889. From outside, Tokio and Yoshiko appeared to be a man and a woman on good terms; then Yoshiko's boyfriend Hideo TANAKA also came to Tokyo chasing after her.
  890. From people in such a wealthy class, refined culture, such as sado (tea ceremony), was born.
  891. From records it is known that by the mid eighth century, Kensaku-do Hall and the Senju-do Hall were already built in Kinshu-ji Temple, and the Kensaku-do Hall is believed to be the predecessor of the current Hokke-do Hall (= Sangatsu-do Hall; the principal image there is the Fukukenjaku Kannon [Amoghapasa] [manifestation of Amalokitesvara]).
  892. From records of the time, his academic ability at 9 was said to be the same level as a 15 year-old, so his family and those around him, amidst the upheaval of Meiji Restoration, put their hope in his future.
  893. From restoration of diplomatic relations to the first half of the 20th century
  894. From retirement through Taisei Hokan (transfer of power back to the Emperor)
  895. From right to left
  896. From sections of the Kofun period (tumulus period) that followed, more artifacts were excavated, including fittings the majority of which bear pommels with characteristic decoration, as seen in examples such as kantotachi (sword with a ring pommel) and kabutsuchi-no-tachi (sword with a pommel having a fist-like end).
  897. From seeing the harness as burial goods of the old tomb it proved that a cavalry horse culture started at the tumulus period in Japan, and then raising horses for military use spreaded to various places in the Japanese Islands, especially the distribution expanded in the eastern country.
  898. From shogun's retainer to Karo (chief retainer)
  899. From six o'clock, an announcement 'Welcome to a Shinto ritual' is made, and pine torches installed at the entrance of each house in the village are lit.
  900. From somewhere around the end of Meiji, it was called State Shinto.
  901. From south exit of Fukuyama Station of West Japan Railway Company (JR West) Sanyo Shinkansen, Sanyo Main Line and Fukuen Line, take Tomotetsu bus bound for 'Tomoko' (Platform 11) and get off at 'Tomonoura' bus stop after about 30 minutes ride.
  902. From studies that had conducted so far, it is confirmed that he served as betto for five places, Office of the Sutra copying office of Todai-ji Temple Construction, Todo sho, 造物所, Office of Ishiyama-dera Temple Construction, and Office of Kon-do Hall (main hall of a Buddhist temple) Construction in Hokke-ji Temple.
  903. From succession to the position of family head to the domination of the whole country
  904. From such a kind of point of view, the road connecting Koya and Kumano is not considered to have had a special significance of beliefs.
  905. From such actions, there is a theory which says Nobunaga tried to become the king of Japan himself by putting an end to the Emperor.
  906. From such aspect, Jutaro MATSUMOTO was the angel for venture businesses.
  907. From such descriptions, we can gather the ways of living of people at the time, especially those of nobilities' family who were the client of Seimei, as well as the subjects they were interested in.
  908. From such fact, we can imagine the reputation of Moritomo TANI's chivalry at that time.
  909. From such his behavior, the image of government official with a most gifted mind comes into our heads.
  910. From such imports, those with superior shapes and manners of creation were most likely honored.
  911. From such measures taken, Tsubono came to be called "Education Mayor"; however, he was the subject to bitter criticism over the municipal government by people like Fusajiro KAJIMA (later the fourth mayor of Kobe City) of Kobe City Assembly.
  912. From such perspective, some male-line advocates claim the female-line acceptance theory is a stepping stone for emperor system abolition and criticize them.
  913. From such reasons, Atsutane became estranged from Suzuya in Matsuzaka, Ise.
  914. From such reasons, ryoro with electric cooking stove (electrical resistance), a replacement of hibukuro part, is often used.
  915. From summer 2007, during school vacations there is a gratis bus service for children of elementary age or younger.
  916. From that aspect, for sumo wrestlers who have chankoban experience in particular, it is not uncommon to work for those restaurants after retired from sumo although they don't open a restaurant.
  917. From that day on, he lived in Nagoya Castle.
  918. From that episode, it is clear that Naomasa either held grudges easily about what people said about him, or he was a person who hated to lose ('II Nenpu' (The Chronological List of Main Events of the Ii clan)).
  919. From that fact, it is inferred that Yunonagashi was established during the reign of Emperor Tenji, immediately before the Jinshin War, and abolished shortly after.
  920. From that night, what is commonly called 'munitions seizure incident' occurred and other powder houses at various places were raided day after day, but the Shigakko students could only seized outdated Enfield rifles and ammunition for the rifles, of which YAMAGATA and OYAMA thought little.
  921. From that period, he deepened his friendship with Kinryu Donin, who was a Buddhist monk from Asakusa.
  922. From that period, they started to visit the Imperial Court and on the other hand they had the support of people in Kyoto, which developed the Shijo school further.
  923. From that point on, Yorimori confined himself in this residence in Hachijo-muromachi, and hardly ever made appeared at center stage of public life.
  924. From that point on, aside from the aforementioned local trains heading to Nara that waited at passing loops for regional rapid trains running to Takada, the number of trains waiting at these turnouts decreased at Kashiwara.
  925. From that point on, the focus of Japanese mathematics shifted away from the problem of how to simplify simultaneous high-powered equations.
  926. From that point on, the rank of Shogun was held by a series of young boys, and the actual administration of the country was run by a council of powerful daimyo.
  927. From that point onwards to the first half of 16th century, it was used by the Yamanouchi-Uesugi family as its base.
  928. From that point onwards, the area thrived as the domain of the Ii clan until the Meiji period.
  929. From that reason, when he was still young, his future seemed to be bright as a prominent imperial prince.
  930. From that situation, the government army decided on reinforcements and dispatched the 3rd brigade to Sashiki and the 2nd brigade to Minamata.
  931. From that standpoint, mokoku has made enormous contributions to the world of calligraphy and so much so that the calligraphy world owes much to the existence of mokoku.
  932. From that time he became unable to preside in the Meiji government due to his illness.
  933. From that time on, Toshiie engaged in the task of unification of the whole country promoted by Nobunaga, and took part in a lot of battles.
  934. From that time on, railways made progress in advanced countries as a bearer of industrial development.
  935. From that time on, the Japanese Communist Party never regained the reformist administration yet.
  936. From that time on, the Kitabatake clan served as Ise no Shugo (provincial constable of Ise Province) until the late Warring States period.
  937. From that time onward, the Musashi Chiba clan never invaded Shimousa Province, and it is widely thought that Noritane, who kept the policy that would support the Koga kubo, accordingly established the government of the Chiba territory in Shimousa.
  938. From that time onwards, Akazonae (red arms) became the basic military dress of the Ii clan until the end of the Edo Period.
  939. From that time to his death at the age of 85, he created many outstanding works.
  940. From that time to the end of Bakufu, the military dress of the Ii Family was basically Akazonae.
  941. From that time until his Kokyo (death of a man of upper than Third Rank), Prince Takechi was held in high respect as the head of the Imperial family and the vassals, and supported the Jito administration.
  942. From that time until the late Edo period, the posts of regent and chief adviser to the Emperor were gradually monopolized by this family line of the Northern House of the Fujiwara clan (except for the Toyotomi clan).
  943. From that time, Iemitsu became a devout believer of Takuan.
  944. From that time, as a general manager of liberal art, he started taking on the role of producing Nikkatsu modern drama and was involved in the production of Tomotaka TASAKA's "Kekkon Nijuso" (Marriage Duet) (the 8th place of the Fifth Kinema Junpo Top Ten (1928.)
  945. From that time, hangyoku is allowed to receive gyokudai (fee for geisha) at the full rate, and she changes her hairstyle etc.
  946. From that time, he had shown his activity as a busho.
  947. From that time, he started studying, by exhortation of Honen, Tendai Learning under Ganren of Hino as well as Daimitsu (esoteric Buddhism of the Japanese Tendai Sect) under Seishun.
  948. From that time, the Mikohidari family dominated the world of waka poetry in Japan for a long time.
  949. From that time, the nominal money like this came to surpass Chogin in circulation.
  950. From that viewpoint, the period of time after the Meiji restoration should be collectively referred to as the "Tokyo period" because the political center has existed in Tokyo since the restoration.
  951. From that year and on to the following year, FUJIWARA no Fuhito and other compilers took part in lecturing, explaining, and deciding the interpretation of the ritsuryo text as myoho-hakase (illuminators of the law) and ryokan.
  952. From that year forward, he released popular films including 'Inochi bo ni furo' (At the Risk of My Life) directed with Haiyuza Theatre Company, Film and Broadcast Production, and 'Kaseki' (The Fossil) based on Yasushi INOUE's full-length novel and produced at the same time as the television version in 1975.
  953. From that, 'Yakumo' became the word that symbolized Izumo.
  954. From that, its meaning was extended to include gambling places which came to be called 'Tekkaba.'
  955. From that, the word tekka changed its meaning to battle field or war, then to dreadful scene implying war or death, or gambling.
  956. From the "Kokin wakashu" to the "Shin Chokusen wakashu" (New Imperial Anthology of Japanese Poetry), these eight Chokusen wakashu are collectively called the Hachidaishu (The Eight Waka Collections compiled by Imperial Command).
  957. From the 10th to the 11th century 'the hereditary governmental offices' which were transmitted among certain families in the aristocratic society developed rapidly.
  958. From the 11th article to the 18th article
  959. From the 14th century onwards, the concept that a hyakusho-myo could be private land increased, and the hyakusho-myo lands started to be traded at will among the myoshu people.
  960. From the 14th century samurai were protecting the ritual field music and stage costumes, small props, and stages had also become gorgeous.
  961. From the 1570s he was under the command of Nobunaga ODA's eldest son Nobutada ODA, and was with Nobutada at Nijo Castle at the time of the Incident at Honno-ji in 1582.
  962. From the 15th head, Hashimotoan Umeya, the school has been inherited by the lay believers, and from the 18th head, Kansuian Shozan, it is inherited by the members of the Moriyama Family.
  963. From the 1690s, it spread to agricultural and fishing villages, and became even more widespread after the middle of the Edo period (eighteenth century), especially around the Tenpo era (1830s) during the late Edo period.
  964. From the 16th century to the end of the Tokugawa shogunate
  965. From the 16th century, it was a temple of the Shingi Shingon sect, which was begun by Kogyo Daishi Kakuban and completed by Raiyu, a priest with the highest rank of 'sojo'
  966. From the 1940s and 50s rakugo study associations known as ochiken began to appear in several universities as a form of extra-curricular activity, Tokyo University and Waseda University being among the first.
  967. From the 1960's onward, during the high economic growth period in Japan, meat of livestock rich in nutrition was one of the relatively expensive ingredients.
  968. From the 1960s to the 1980s
  969. From the 1980s, jotoshiki itself has become rarer for various reasons, such as the increase of prefabricated houses and the decrease of people's mixing with neighbors, but mochimaki is still held as a happy event in shrines' festivals, local communities' festivals, and some universities' festivals.
  970. From the 1990s to 2000s, there was news that some sake breweries declared brewing sake only with rice.
  971. From the 1990s to the present
  972. From the 1990s until now
  973. From the 19th century to the early 20th century, powerful imperialist countries imposed on Asian countries treaties containing unequal provisions including the cession of treaty ports, approval of extraterritoriality of foreign residents, and cession or lease of territory.
  974. From the 1st article to the 10th article
  975. From the 1st article to the 10th article, the writer (Yuien) recorded Shinran's words which are considered to have been directly told to the writer.
  976. From the 20th century, the Monopoly appeared through the influence of these games.
  977. From the 3rd century, integration of provinces and politics advanced, and Yamato sovereignty (ancient Japan sovereignty), the state was being established during this period, and burial mounds, such as the takatsuka style tomb (a tomb built as a mound), were constructed.
  978. From the 6th century to the 7th century, the Korean Peninsula was comprised of the three kingdoms of Koguryo, Kudara, and Silla, but Silla was constantly under pressure from the other two kingdoms.
  979. From the 7th generation headman Mototada through the 25th generation headman Motomasa, 11 headmen used this name.
  980. From the 9th century onwards especially in the Kanto region, millionaires who brought taxes to Kyoto were assaulted and robbed.
  981. From the Age of Gods This has been the saying passed down: Sky-seen Yamato Is a land hallowed in power Wielded in the hand Of a sovereign deity, A land where the word soul Works its potency for weal: This have they told, Passing down the saying age to age
  982. From the Asuka Period to the Nara Period
  983. From the Asuka to the Nara periods, invasions from the Tang Dynasty China and the Korean Silla Kingdom led to the construction of ancient mountain castles (Korean style mountain castles) throughout Western Japan.
  984. From the Azuchi-Momoyama period to the Edo period
  985. From the Battle of Okehazama to the Kiyosu alliance
  986. From the Battle of Sekigahara to the Edo Period
  987. From the Beginning of the Meiji Period to the Present
  988. From the Chumon, the cloisters extend to both sides.
  989. From the Coup of Meio to the eve of Nobunaga's entrance on the stage
  990. From the Earlier Nine Years' War to Shimotsuke no kami (the governer of Shimotsuke Province)
  991. From the Edo Period through modern times and the present day, the legendary character described in "Koyo Gunkan" (record of the military exploits of the Takeda family) became well known.
  992. From the Edo period on, hikimayu came to be limited to women who meet the conditions below, and was applied together with ohaguro at genpuku ceremonies.
  993. From the Edo period onwards, the term referred to peasants who were affiliated to a landlord.
  994. From the Edo period through until 1964, koyadofu (freeze-dried bean curd) was greatly produced along the foot of the mountain, taking advantage of the winter cold.
  995. From the Edo period to the Meiji period, many music collections of Shingaku, written in Chinese with Japanese leading marks, were issued in Japan.
  996. From the Edo period to the Meiji period, the people called Onbo were in charge of such routine tasks.
  997. From the Edo period, Uneme were selected from court ladies only on the occasion of an emperor's enthronement ceremony.
  998. From the Edo period, it has been worshipped as the guardian deity of the birthplace for the townspeople of the Tanabe Domain.
  999. From the Edo period, lots of soy sauce was being used for seasoning, and lot of strong soy sauce came to be produced in the suburbs of Edo.
  1000. From the Edo period, some ryuha (schools) of the martial arts began to call their own techniques jujutsu, judo, or yawara, partly because they wanted to say their techniques were not just forcible ones; the schools were, for example, Sekiguchi Shin Shin-ryu, Yoshin-ryu, and Kito-ryu (also called Ryoishinto-ryu).

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