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  1. Furthermore, in the same year, part of the Beiyang Military faction led by Yuan Shikai was deployed to Manchuria to reinforce policing and security, and offer a bulwark against Japanese and Russian movements.
  2. Furthermore, in the vicinity of each of these jinya places, the Chikusa-gawa River water system was used for water transportation
  3. Furthermore, in the volume of Nunobiki no taki (Nunobiki falls) in 'Eiga monogatari' (A Tale of Flowering Fortunes), shishimai (lion dance) is referred to as 'Shishi komainu.'
  4. Furthermore, in this confusion, the Kansatsushi system was abolished and the Sangi position revived (Otsugu came back to the position of Sangi) and, therefore, the reforming policy led by Otsugu virtually collapsed.
  5. Furthermore, in various periods/provinces, legitimate samurai below the rank of Kishi (mounted samurai) that held special military rights were referred to as `goshi` (like titles given to an English Esquire or a Spanish Hidalgo, etc.).
  6. Furthermore, including other publications, there exist many forms of yokai that were created during this period through puns and word plays aside from those that have been handed down among the general public.
  7. Furthermore, influential scholars developed the theory of National Shinto and divided it into 'kokutai Shinto' (National Structure Shinto) and 'Shrine Shinto.
  8. Furthermore, it appears that Genpaku also obtained a copy of "Casper's Anatomy" at around this time, and in "Kaitai Shinsho" the book is mentioned as a reference possessed by Genpaku.
  9. Furthermore, it became clear that 15 companies had been exempt from going though the quarantine procedure in China.
  10. Furthermore, it became custom that the Sobayonin officer could refuse a matter which Roju requested to relay to the shobun but the Sobayonin officer was against it.
  11. Furthermore, it became the center of Japanese colonial administration in Korea both nominally and virtually as symbolized by the fact that the Imperial Family owned the stock of the company.
  12. Furthermore, it can also be said that while Western musical instruments have developed and diversified through the pursuit of better manipulation features, larger tessitura and higher levels of specialization, Wagakki have developed and diversified through the pursuit of more beautiful tones.
  13. Furthermore, it can be purchased at any stand on the Shinkansen bullet train stations in the Yamaguchi Prefecture.
  14. Furthermore, it can be seen from the "Arima Kachu Nobeoka Joka Yashiki tsuki Ezu" (Arima Family Nobeoka-jo Castle Residential Drawing) (held by Meiji University) that the area in between Inoue-jo Castle and Furushiro and to the east of Inoue-jo Castle, is spotted with swamps thought to be ponds left over from the changing course of the rivers.
  15. Furthermore, it comprises princesses who are the female children of an emperor by his consort and other princesses (imperial family) born into the Imperial Family.
  16. Furthermore, it dispatched an envoy to Japan with a mission to persuade Japan to pay tributes to the court of the Ming Dynasty.
  17. Furthermore, it flourished even further during the period of Tenpo kyoku.
  18. Furthermore, it gave a chance to foster human resources such as Gentaku OTSUKI.
  19. Furthermore, it had many operational buttons for karaoke use, such as many song selection buttons.
  20. Furthermore, it is a valuable historical source material because of the informative description it records in relation to the state of the government of those times, of the lifestyle of Ieyasu, and the daily activities and customs of the feudal lords.
  21. Furthermore, it is also known that the Empress Teimei rendered her service to the Kyurai (Helping care for the lepers [the patients with Hansen's disease]) project and supported lighthouse keepers.
  22. Furthermore, it is also rare for other characters' ages to be mentioned clearly.
  23. Furthermore, it is also said that Sojusoho-mon-kyo mirror (a mirror with a pattern of a pair of beasts and a pair of hoo [a kind of bird]) was unearthed from the grave.
  24. Furthermore, it is also said that drifting ships were particularly referred to as "nagarebune" while only ships drifted ashore were referred to as "Yorifune."
  25. Furthermore, it is also said that his descendants escaped to Mikawa Province and named themselves as NAGAI, or escaped to Kai Province and retained the family name.
  26. Furthermore, it is also said that private companies shifted their focus from basic research to research and development.
  27. Furthermore, it is also said that the Shinagawa school of Kengyo SHINAGAWA existed, but anything about the school remains uncertain.
  28. Furthermore, it is also said that, just because this control base existed, the transition to the new Meiji government could be made swiftly.
  29. Furthermore, it is also thought to have been influenced by the Seventeen Article Constitution that was established by Prince Shotoku from the traditions of the cult of Taishi.
  30. Furthermore, it is also used as living quarters for a small group of soldiers when they sally out.
  31. Furthermore, it is considered that Tsukubai (stone washbasin) was completed also in this period, which replaced Chozubachi (a basin for water to purify before entering shrine).
  32. Furthermore, it is integrated with the Yin-Yan and Pure Land philosophies, and it has been regarded as the Gokusotsu ogre working under the ogre Enma in hell.
  33. Furthermore, it is likely that this horizontal cave tomb was constructed in the early seventh century.
  34. Furthermore, it is one of the sankyoku (instrumental trios).
  35. Furthermore, it is said that Emperor Bidatsu and Emperor Yomei competed over succession race after Empress Suiko.
  36. Furthermore, it is said that he had a principle that "there is much point in stepping forward at a war".
  37. Furthermore, it is said that he invited the Dutch to have a military drill, thereby changing the military system of Takeo into the Dutch style (see Note).
  38. Furthermore, it is said that in the following year Usa Hachiman-gu Shrine reported the second oracle, which revealed that the oracle of the preceding year was false and therefore Usa Hachiman-gu Shrine offered return of fuko (salary) to the government.
  39. Furthermore, it is said that this Kannon saves not only horses but all chikusho (beasts), and guides and benefits chikushodo (the realm of animals) among Roku Kannon (the Six Kannons).
  40. Furthermore, it is said that tobacco pouches or kiseru pipes had a trend.
  41. Furthermore, it is said that water containing a high level of salts may interfere with coffee flavor and also adversely affect thermal stability of milk constituents.
  42. Furthermore, it is said to have been a huge square tumulus with 51 meters square stylobate surrounded by a dry moat with stuck stones and additionally with an outer bank (approximately 83 meters from north to south and 81 meters from east to west).
  43. Furthermore, it is sometimes said that the persons who were chased by Yoshihisa and fled to Iga were Takayori and his heir, Ujitsuna ROKKAKU.
  44. Furthermore, it is sometimes worn as underwear at some events which involve swimming in winter.
  45. Furthermore, it is stated in "Hyakurensho" (a record of the Kamakura period) that in 1003 the Emperor Ichijo gave award to Keien when a dice for sugoroku (dice game) got into the nose of Imperial Princess Bishi who was four years old at that time and Keien did incantation to take it out.
  46. Furthermore, it is supposed that "Yamato Monogatari" may have some relations with "Gosen Wakashu" (selected collection of Japanese poetry) and "Mitsune's Poetry Book" compiled by OSHIKOCHI no Mitsune, because some poems in these books appear in "Yamato Monogatari."
  47. Furthermore, it is thought that historical materials include the following.
  48. Furthermore, it is thought that it was not until the end of the 6th century that the Kura (the Treasury) was divided into Uchikura (Inner Treasury) and Okura (Great Treasury) on the model of the system employed in Baekje (a kingdom of Korea).
  49. Furthermore, it is thought that, as a post that would conquer Yoritomo of Bando, 'Seito Taishogun,' a post previously taken by FUJIWARA no Tadabumi to conquer TAIRA no Masakado of Bando, was better than 'Seii Taishogun,' which conquered the Ezo of Ou.
  50. Furthermore, it is unclear how it was read at the time when the ancient Chinese "Sanguo Zhi" (History of the Three Kingdoms) (Gishiwajinden) was written.
  51. Furthermore, it is very close to Dazai-fu which was the capital of Wa (it is also close to Shikano-shima Island where the golden seal of Kanno Wano Nano Kokuo (the King of Japan, Chinese Colony), the seal of the king of Wa in the first century was found).
  52. Furthermore, it is written in "Nijo Oshikoji Kamon Teisen-ki" passed down in the Nijo family that Yoshizane NIJO changed his residence during the Kencho era.
  53. Furthermore, it means the clothes length from the shoulder to the base or the length of skirts and trousers.
  54. Furthermore, it overlaps the route taken during the Jinshin War by the army of Emperor Tenmu, who established the system of saigu (where an unmarried princess was sent by the reigning emperor to serve at the Ise-jingu Shrine).
  55. Furthermore, it ranks the top of Karamono-ire (tea caddy imported from China).
  56. Furthermore, it recorded details on medical practices he performed, thus it is said that "Tokitsugu Kyoki" is the oldest medical record that exists in high volume format in Japan.
  57. Furthermore, it seeks to recreate in these plants the shape of large trees that can be seen outdoors on a smaller scale in a pot.
  58. Furthermore, it seems that the standard of the loan was easy with the Tokugawa Shogun families such as Tokugawa gosanke (three privileged braches of Tokugawa family), and persons who held the posts of roju (senior councilor of the Tokugawa shogunate), wakadoshiyori (a managerial position in Edo bakufu), and Kyoto shoshidai eligible for Haishakukin.
  59. Furthermore, it sometimes led to the fabrication of oral traditions, caused cases where some oral traditions were judged to be fabricated because of exaggeration or extended interpretation arising from petty mistakes and/or made oral traditions themselves ambiguous.
  60. Furthermore, it states that he became councilor on May 17, and held a concurrent position of the head of the Minister for Military Affairs) on June 19.
  61. Furthermore, it was Chikafusa KITABATAKE, the author of "Junno shotoki" (Record of the Legitimate Succession of the Divine Emperors), who declared the 'Japanese Empire is Shinkoku' in one phase.
  62. Furthermore, it was O Teisho who thoroughly pursued such Qi monism.
  63. Furthermore, it was a special educational institution under the direct jurisdiction of Imperial Household Ministry.
  64. Furthermore, it was also custom that, when a person was appointed to Kyoto-shoshidai or Roju, the rank of the person was raised to Jushiinoge and jiju (a chamberlain).
  65. Furthermore, it was also used as a term to express a special privilege given to temples, shrines or guji (chief priests).
  66. Furthermore, it was designated as a national historic site in November 1967 of the following year and is presently preserved in the premise of the Futaba Municipal Minami Elementary School.
  67. Furthermore, it was during this period of house arrest that his second son FUJIWARA no Yorinaga was born.
  68. Furthermore, it was forbidden to calculate the interest by using the compound-interest method.
  69. Furthermore, it was made by using two bolt widths of fabric with the front of the garment hanging below the chest and the back of the garment extending longer than the front.
  70. Furthermore, it was necessary for the Imperial Court to designate Hideyoshi, who was on the verge of establishing the Toyotomi administration, in an appropriate official position.
  71. Furthermore, it was permitted for persons other than samurai to wear a short sword on the waist as fashion.
  72. Furthermore, it was regulated that the height of the shelf on which goshin-ei portrait was enshrined was about 50 cm.
  73. Furthermore, it was rumored that Okitsugu poisoned Ieharu due to the fact that Ieharu fell into critical condition after he took a medicine prescribed by the medical doctors (Toan HYUGA and Keijun WAKABAYASHI) whom Okitsugu recommended.
  74. Furthermore, it was separated into the narration and the illustration to form a set of Godensho (vol. 1 with eight paragraphs and vol. 2 with seven paragraphs) and Goeden (a set of four vertical scrolls).
  75. Furthermore, it was separated into two groups, 'Army group' and 'Navy group', and the 'Army group' was further divided into small groups such as 'Shogitai' and 'Sho-shogitai (small Shogitai)', therefore, the entire army was not a monolithic organization.
  76. Furthermore, it was the first time in about 100 years, since Shigetsugu ABE, that the head of the Abe family took the position of Roju.
  77. Furthermore, it's a bypass of National Highway 1 (a general national highway), which means it isn't a expressway but a motor highway.
  78. Furthermore, it's possible for trains headed to Kyoto to stop at Platform 3, but that isn't the current arrangement.
  79. Furthermore, its genealogy was inherited to many descendant varities including Sasanishiki and Koshihikari through Riku-u No.132.
  80. Furthermore, jiuta shamisen can also be used as an accompaniment to kokyuhonkyoku.
  81. Furthermore, jogakuji and danotsu were strictly controlled; for example, the authority to appoint sango of temples was totally restricted.
  82. Furthermore, katakana characters were generated by using part of each Manyo-gana character.
  83. Furthermore, kokugas and landlords (temples, shrines, and aristocrats) shared kanmotsu and zatsueki as a system (half tax exemption) and kokuga had the right of cadastral surveys and so the status of the landlords was unstable (naturally, they did not have funyu no ken (the right to keep the tax agents from entering the property)).
  84. Furthermore, kubunden that had been conventionally considered as publicly-owned lands were, in fact, regarded as privately-owned lands or rice fields at the time when the laws of the Ritsuryo system were enacted.
  85. Furthermore, kurokuwa is a hoe whose shaft is thick and short so as to make is easy to apply force and dig into the ground deeply when banging down.
  86. Furthermore, like his father Yusai HOSOKAWA, he was an educated man and famous tea master taught by Rikyu shichitetsu (Rikyu seven sages).
  87. Furthermore, machiya (merchant houses) were also built in the villages such as Shiba in the south (Minato Ward), Asakusa in the north, and Akasaka, Ushigome and Kojimachi in the west.
  88. Furthermore, making a proposal to take one more schoolmate (Takahiko SENKE) out, he obtained SENKE's consent.
  89. Furthermore, maneuvering Tomohide OKUMA who had caused friction with Kagetora, he made Okuma rebel Kagetora, to invade Echigo.
  90. Furthermore, many Japanese are tolerant (or less critical) of any improper manners if is notified in advance.
  91. Furthermore, many of saints which were from other countries are regarded as 'god.'
  92. Furthermore, many of the influential families that became the honjo had belonged to kuge (court noble), which presided over the management of government officials including the kokuga, or to temples and shrines which were avidly protected by the kuge.
  93. Furthermore, many pieces employ shamisen kaede.
  94. Furthermore, many relics have been excavated from the south-west location of Makimuku Remains.
  95. Furthermore, many tumuli and remains are concentrated along the Abukuma-gawa River.
  96. Furthermore, many zuryo, who accumulated wealth, remained and settled themselves in the appointed province after termination of their term.
  97. Furthermore, monuments for fish and mounds for whales are seen throughout Japan as a repose of souls of living things who died for food, and served as Kannagi.
  98. Furthermore, most of ramen stores in Kyoto have common formats (noodle and ingredients), which can be regarded as one category.
  99. Furthermore, most of the mountains and forests which could be profitable have disappeared because of the sharp decline in the wood price due to an increase of imported woods which abounded in foreign countries after the 1970s.
  100. Furthermore, most restaurants serve it only during the winter season.
  101. Furthermore, mostly musical 'chirashi' (coda) is inserted in the end of tegoto.
  102. Furthermore, movements of the believers of Christianity, which had been prohibited in the nation, could not be ignored.
  103. Furthermore, movements to establish the Luli System was seen in Japan and Silla around this time by the strong influence of Tang Dynasty.
  104. Furthermore, musical instruments used for the musical accompaniment, household items, equipment such as the ox-drawn carriage are displayed in some cases.
  105. Furthermore, nagauta became an accompaniment to Kabuki dance in Edo, and it developed into nagauta.
  106. Furthermore, natural phenomena such as the Sun (sometimes called ohisama as its honorific), the fire, the volcano, the water (rain), the wind, and the lightning were, and are even now, worshiped.
  107. Furthermore, near Himezuka, there is Ako-jinja Shrine, which some people regard as Haiden (worship hall) for Himezuka.
  108. Furthermore, new military potential such as the foot soldiers became available.
  109. Furthermore, not only Confucians but also other thinkers selected this hairstyle; thus, Sohatsu became fashionable among young people with the thought of Sonno Joi (anti-foreign imperialism) at the end of the Edo period.
  110. Furthermore, not only the latter but also the former are currently-used active words.
  111. Furthermore, nowadays many men tend to add a kaku-obi (a stiff sash for men) to the yukata.
  112. Furthermore, of the textbooks known as "Sankei ten documents" which were adopted in the Tang Dynasty at that time, four types; "Chokyukensankei," "Kakoyosankei," "Gokyosanjutsu," and "Shukosankei," were excluded and "Rokusho," "Sankaijusa" and "Kyushi" were adopted instead.
  113. Furthermore, of those Kikaimen, molded noodles with a diameter of 1.7mm or more are defined as 'Udon noodles.'
  114. Furthermore, often the strings used are of a heavier gauge than the ones used for nagauta.
  115. Furthermore, old Chinese style doors which were said to have been brought from Kokusei-ji Temple can be found in the main building of the nearby Tahoin Temple.
  116. Furthermore, on August 18, he made senior priests at Kyoto-Gozan (five big temples in Kyoto) interpret the inscription on the temple bell.
  117. Furthermore, on August 21, 1876, in the second prefectural consolidation, Toyooka Prefecture was dissolved, and Amada District was annexed to Kyoto Prefecture while Hikami and Taki Districts were annexed to Hyogo prefecture.
  118. Furthermore, on February 9th, Yoshinobu punished all of the officials and personnel responsible for The Battle of Toba-Fushimi.
  119. Furthermore, on January 13, 813, he held a taizo-kanjo (kanjo ceremony in Taizokai).
  120. Furthermore, on January 3, 1868, (it was supported by the opposition force who tried to overthrow the Shogunate) the Restoration of Imperial Rule was issued, and 'the establishment of the new government' was announced.
  121. Furthermore, on March 11th, Tenshoin sent her senior lady-in-waiting as her envoy to the 'expeditionary force in the east.'
  122. Furthermore, on March 19, 1561, Hisahide MATSUNAGA, a vassal of the Miyoshi clan, attacked and destroyed Shigesumi NAGAHARA, a vassal of the Rokkaku clan, who had occupied this castle.
  123. Furthermore, on May 9, the Satsuma army including the 2nd and 5th companies of the Hoyoku-tai troop, the 4th company of the Kanjo-tai troop, and other troops attacked the government army at Yunoura in the Sashiki area, but failed to win and retreated to Ono.
  124. Furthermore, on New Year's day of 1578 at a tea ceremony at Azuchi-jo Castle, it is said he was ranked second after Nobutada ODA.
  125. Furthermore, on October 1, 1687, Ienobu UEMURA, the third lord of the domain, also gave 1,000 koku and 500 koku to his brothers, Masaaki UEMURA (植村政明) and Masazumi UEMURA (植村正澄), respectively, so it was reduced to 20,500 koku.
  126. Furthermore, on the 17th of the month, promoted to Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank).
  127. Furthermore, on the following day, January 16, he was given the medal of merit 功二級 Golden Pheasant, as the medal was supposed to have been given before he died, the official announcement of the date of his death was the 24th, which was the day his body arrived in Tokyo.
  128. Furthermore, on the outside of Koguchiita (the cut end of a board), two pieces were found on the north side and one piece on the south side, which made the number of bronze mirrors detected 23 pieces in total.
  129. Furthermore, on the same day Iesada promoted to Shonii (Senior Second Rank).
  130. Furthermore, on the same day, the Emperor Showa conferred the Supreme Order on him, with the Grand Cordon of the Supreme Order of the Chrysanthemum.
  131. Furthermore, one of the descendants of Doctor Shigemasa ARIMA, Ujisato's adopted son-in-law, is Doctor Shigeto ROKKAKU, who wrote works like "Koho Binran", "Shitsui Shinwa" and others in the Tenmei era.
  132. Furthermore, one with a few colors being added to Benie was called Benizurie.
  133. Furthermore, other kaihatsu-ryoshu around the regions were watching for a chance.
  134. Furthermore, outside the country, Carter J. Eckert, a Korean history professor, Harvard University, regarded the germination theory in South Korea as "not logical, but a theory for the purpose of impeaching Japan," and strongly denied the modernization germination theory.
  135. Furthermore, over 70 people including vassals of the shogun, Jikkin Kugeshu (昵近公家衆), Zen monks, etc., who were close to Yoshiki, followed his move to Ecchu (the Ecchu Governor-General).
  136. Furthermore, peddling of antiques is required permission by the police.
  137. Furthermore, people increasingly purchase ready-made packed osechi dishes at grocery stores and department stores, or from Internet sites, instead of preparing them at home.
  138. Furthermore, people tend to assume that all the roshi were from Ako County in Harima Province, but actually less than half of them including Kuranosuke OISHI were from Ako.
  139. Furthermore, people were able to cook three dishes at one time, while the previous hearth using an open fire could provide only one dish at a time, thus reducing housewives' workload as well.
  140. Furthermore, persimmons can be effective in preventing alcohol sickness, and it is said that eating a ripe sweet persimmon can make you feel better when you have a hangover.
  141. Furthermore, pieces such as 'Nebiki no Matsu' (by Koto MITSUHASHI) contain tegoto in three places in a piece.
  142. Furthermore, precious materials such as Itoi-bunko stored in a special storage area can also be viewed.
  143. Furthermore, railway companies in the United States owned steam locomotives that could drive regularly operated trains at speeds far exceeding 180 km/h.
  144. Furthermore, recently places where many people died in wars have been treated as reijo.
  145. Furthermore, regarding "Mikawa Go Fudoki," in "Revised Mikawa Go Fudoki" (written by Tsukanao NARISHIMA) in which he calibrated "Mikawa Go Fudoki," Narishima asserted that Gennai SAWADA was its author.
  146. Furthermore, regarding Kanei Tsuho, iron Tessen coins which were imitations of regular Kanei Tsuho coins and copper coins containing much lead were made for a long time, and these coins are called Bouchusen.
  147. Furthermore, regarding discription in Chinese history books (such as "Sungshu" [Book of the Sung dynasty]), there is an opinion that there was supportive evidence of Wakoku having had some influential power over the small states in the Southern Korean peninsula."
  148. Furthermore, regarding the claim that Motoharu KIKKAWA's wife was extremely ugly, no such description of Motoharu's wife (who was of the Kumagai clan) exists in the "Anzai gunsaku," which may have been produced while Hiroie KIKKAWA was still alive.
  149. Furthermore, regardless of how close or what the blood or maternal family relations were, he allowed only those who made achievements to use the family name of Minamoto in the same manner as himself.
  150. Furthermore, regionally unique situations and background in oral story telling are not easily conveyed.
  151. Furthermore, regulations on accompanying people, usage of a man or a horse, and accommodation during sankinkotai were established in 1704.
  152. Furthermore, relations is unknown between Hikosashimao who, despite becoming the Totoku governor general of 15 provinces of Tosan-do Road in the year 125, and died while on the way to his post.
  153. Furthermore, religious persons and craftsmen were to come from specific aristocratic families and temples (Inke) for which it was Kashoku.
  154. Furthermore, restricting the number of uncreative poetic topics, it aimed for poems with a fine sensitivity, a detailed observation of nature, and an expression of pure feeling.
  155. Furthermore, retainers of the Izuhara (Tsushima) clan directly or indirectly obstructed the negotiations, fearing their long-standing privileges such as the ambassadorship to Joseon and management of the Choryang-dong Wakan would be taken away.
  156. Furthermore, roughly from that time on, influential members of the family including Kazumasa SOGO, Yoshikata MIYOSHI and Yoshioki MIYOSHI, eldest son and prospective heir of Nagayoshi, died one after another and, in the end, Nagayoshi even assassinated for himself Fuyuyasu ATAGI, his younger brother who had supported Nagayoshi the entire time.
  157. Furthermore, samurai such as those who were minor provincial lords at the time of the Sengoku (Warring States) period, regional samurai, and those in the unified Shimazu clan army in Kyushu were included in the ranks of vassals as goshi.
  158. Furthermore, sand grain sizes of each kosa producing area affect the amount of kosa.
  159. Furthermore, sand is scattered in a circular shape surrounding the Shobu-dawara.
  160. Furthermore, she ordered her maids to call her "Miya-sama" (your Imperial Highness) and called herself as "Tomi" which was her childhood name.
  161. Furthermore, she took in MINAMOTO no Akiko, the youngest daughter of the overthrown MINAMOTO no Takaakira, having her marry Michinaga and adopted the second crown princess, Imperial Princess Bishi, when Ichijo's Empress FUJIWARA no Teishi (Sadako) died during a difficult labor.
  162. Furthermore, shoes or slippers are not required in a Japanese-style room.
  163. Furthermore, shortly after ten o'clock in the morning of that day, Sukematsu MINAMI and Tsuruzo NAGAOKA were arrested for solicitation and incitement and escorted to Utsunomiya City, so there was nobody to stop the riot, and this escalated the riot beyond control.
  164. Furthermore, shugo daimyo began establishing and building castle towns.
  165. Furthermore, simple scores of Mingaku are recorded in "Mingaku shogo" (compiler unknown), "Toon Wage" and 'Fuefu' (scores for fue flutes) attached to "Gayu manroku (Miscellaneous Records of Elegant Pastimes)."
  166. Furthermore, since Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI had received an imperial proclamation to become kanpaku (chief advisor to the Emperor), and powerful families and their vassals were promoted to junii, some samurai were ranked equal to or higher than nii (Second Rank).
  167. Furthermore, since Prince Takechi dedicated a passionate Banka (Elegy) when Tochi no Himemiko, his older paternal half-sister and wife of Emperor Kobun suddenly died, some say that this couple was possibly the lovers or husband and wife.
  168. Furthermore, since around this time, he gained the friendship of Yujo, the chief priest of the Onjo-ji Temple Enman-in.
  169. Furthermore, since his nine older brothers (excluding Juro-Tametaka) supported the Taira clan, and because Tametaka was punished later, Yoichi took over the Nasu clan's family estate, though he was the eleventh son.
  170. Furthermore, since kinzogan (gold inlay) was excavated, it is presumed that the tomb owner was lower in the lineage and social position than that of Takamatsuzuka-kofun Tumulus was, where silver-plated metal fixtures were excavated.
  171. Furthermore, since only "Baishoron" (Historical tale compiled in 1349) shows that the period of reign was made ten years, some believe that only the decision on the heir to the throne was made as a Compromise.
  172. Furthermore, since the "Hyakki Yagyo Emaki" (a picture scroll of the demons' night parade drawn in the Muromachi period, which was before Sekien's time) contains a drawing of a biwa specter, there is a theory that Sekien drew 'Biwabokuboku', which is introduced in the "Hyakki Tsurezure Bukuro", based on the "Hyakki Yagyo Emaki."
  173. Furthermore, since the Nara period, when various stringed instruments were introduced from China, the word 'koto' had become the general term for those stringed instruments.
  174. Furthermore, since the banking business was a new business operated on local basis, Tomoito had an especially deep interest in it.
  175. Furthermore, since the business of Keifuku Electric Railroad Co., Ltd. had worsened due to the train crash on Echizen Line (current Katsuyama Eiheiji Line of Echizen Railway Co., Ltd.), the park was closed on November 30, 2001.
  176. Furthermore, since the citron which is used for the yuzu cup must not have any damages and be of good quality, yubeshi is often served as luxurious chaka (a cake served with tea) at chaseki (tea ceremony seat).
  177. Furthermore, since the latter half of the fifteenth century, action was taken to make the Yamashiro Province (within Kyoto) a Goryo-sho.
  178. Furthermore, since the mid-Ming Dynasty, building of edified mutual aid organizations among villagers through Kyoyaku (agreements and an organization for them in a village) and Hoko (the smallest administrative organ) became popular, and O Shujin and Torin-gakuha jinshi (a person of high social standing and culture) worked on promoting them.
  179. Furthermore, since there was a conflict with the Retired Emperor which brought about the Kusuko Incident, in 810, FUJIWARA no Fuyutsugu and KOZE no Notari were appointed as Kurodo no to (Head Chamberlain), and Mano KIYOHARA was appointed as kurodo, as new secretaries.
  180. Furthermore, since this custom arose out of the sense of blood ties in the medieval period, it was rarely carried out against someone who had no blood relationship, such as one's lord.
  181. Furthermore, sinks and traditional cooking stoves as well as decorative metal fixtures were discovered from the site of kitchen.
  182. Furthermore, slightly scorching provides you with pleasant aroma.
  183. Furthermore, small shrines, stone statues of the god who guards travelers, or statues of Jizo (the god of travelers and children) adorn the crossroads connecting villages; these are there not only to make the road safe and protect those traveling, but also to form barriers that can keep disasters or misfortune from affecting the village.
  184. Furthermore, some evidences show that he also tried to learn the Chinese language and Sanskrit characters.
  185. Furthermore, some followers of wabicha began to discover new merits of tocha, which was regarded by them as part of training to tell the difference of tea.
  186. Furthermore, some historic books list two names as the commander, Yoshisada YASUDA and Yukitsuna TADA, and this may be the compromised proposal.
  187. Furthermore, some households might have felt that decorating streamers only was insipid, so they started drawing carps on the streamers based on the origin of 'Ryumon.'
  188. Furthermore, some kiseru were made out of ceramics or glass (different in shape from the current glass pipe), and there were simple kiseru made of bamboo or wood as well.
  189. Furthermore, some new slangs also appeared, such as Hyogo-fumin (lit. a resident of Osaka Prefecture), Nara-Fumin, Shiga-Fumin, Mie-Fumin and Wakayama-Fumin.
  190. Furthermore, some of middle-class nobles including Inshi became Chiten's aides and exercised influences.
  191. Furthermore, some of the ancient structural remnants were discovered in good condition when repair work for the outfield bleachers of the stadium was being conducted in 1987, which raised the expectation that other remnants were remaining.
  192. Furthermore, some of the more influential inhabitants of the Haguri-gun region jointly raised the funds to erect a stone memorial in the city of Bisai, which had more victims of the fire than any other city or town.
  193. Furthermore, some of these writings on certain fields of the arts and pursuits that are called 'treatises' are deficient or apparently labeled incorrectly.
  194. Furthermore, some of those political organizations acted terrorism, such as hurling an empty bottle at an automobile into which the Imperial couple got soon after they arrived at Okinawa Prefecture (the terrorist involved in the incident was arrested for obstructing officers in the performance of their duties), according to "Police White Paper of 1976."
  195. Furthermore, some pachinko parlors also prepare wooden boxes printed "sen-ryo-bako" on them, and those boxes are used to store pachinko balls or coins (medals) which players earned.
  196. Furthermore, some people in yukata are also found even with beach sandals or with sandals for Western clothing.
  197. Furthermore, some pieces are divided into 'mae-chirashi' (the first coda), 'naka-chirashi' (the middle coda), 'hon-chirashi' (the main coda), and 'ato-chirashi' (the latter coda).
  198. Furthermore, some planar designs similar to Ukiyoe are found in Art Nouveau due to the influences of Japonism and Bing, who dealt with Japanese arts.
  199. Furthermore, some point out that there was a connection between the declining health of FUJIWARA no Saneyori and this incident.
  200. Furthermore, some regions had a custom called moon-waiting, which is why the moon after the seventeenth night is called Tatemachi-zuki (moon-waiting in a standing position), Imachi-zuki (moon-waiting in a sitting position), Nemachi-zuki (moon-waiting in a lying position) and Fukemachi-zuki (moon-waiting late at night).
  201. Furthermore, some scholars expressed the theory that the local samurai Yukitsuna TADA played a most active role in the battle of Ichinotani (a local history researcher of Kobe City, Nobuo UEMURA).
  202. Furthermore, some shops have referred to 'Curry namban Udon,' namely Curry Udon, as 'Curry namban.'
  203. Furthermore, some shops refer to curry-flavored Udon noodles using onion instead of long green onion as 'Curry Udon' for making a distinction.
  204. Furthermore, some terms had been used in the old Kotofu Rei but was amended in the existing Kotofu Rei, such amendments were made where appropriate (for instance, 'Imperial Household Minister' was amended as 'Grand Steward of the Imperial Household Agency,' 'Zusho no kami' as 'Manager of Imperial Household Archives,' and so on.)
  205. Furthermore, some theories point out that "Hakkenden" is also influenced by "Feng-Shen-Yen-I."
  206. Furthermore, some wooden pieces of sword's grip end imitating a copper-made sword have been discovered.
  207. Furthermore, sonae was originally used merely to imply 'troops.'
  208. Furthermore, soon after the establishment of the Taiho Ritsuryo, Heijokyo, a walled city on an unprecedented scale was constructed over nine years.
  209. Furthermore, starting in 757, rekisansho, a combination of calendar study and Sando, was set up as another division so that Reki no sho (students of calendar) who were learning rekido (calendar study) at the Onmyo-ryo (Bureau of Divination) could learn the mathematics required for rekido.
  210. Furthermore, stories about confrontations of a mountain god and a sea god causing a large-scale flooding can be found in various places throughout the world.
  211. Furthermore, styrofoam (polystyrene) is removed from the list because the doubt for the material related to the environmental hormone has been cleared in November 2000 as described above.
  212. Furthermore, subjects who were conferred Jugo (or Jusango, an honorary rank next to the Emperor, Empress Dowager, and Empress, conferred to both men and women) received treatment accordingly.
  213. Furthermore, such strenuous training practices as the "12 Year Mountain Training", and the "1000 Day Circumambulation" continue to this day; and it has even been registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its status as a important, sacred site in Japanese Buddhism.
  214. Furthermore, surprised by this development, Cloistered Imperial Prince Shoshin himself refused to become an apprentice priest.
  215. Furthermore, sweetness severely changes according to temperature, which is incompatible with canned coffee.
  216. Furthermore, synthetic antibacterial agent, enrofloxacin, was detected in their kabayaki.
  217. Furthermore, taking the theory that he was killed in the battle in Hakata on May 5 1333 at the age of 42, his death year would be given as from 1292 to 1333.
  218. Furthermore, tamagushi-ryo (or osakaki-ryo) is written on the cover of the bushugi-bukuro (envelope for a condolence gift) upon a Shinto funeral.
  219. Furthermore, that resulted in his lineage lasting up to the present day.
  220. Furthermore, that same day, Hideyoshi at Ogaki-jo Castle sent his forces back immediately after receiving the news of the fall of Oiwayama Fort and several of his other camps.
  221. Furthermore, the "Wings Manison," also in Suzaku's southerly group, represents Suzaku's wings.
  222. Furthermore, the 2006 animation "The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya" became the most popular work of the first half of year, and "Lucky Star," which was broadcast in 2007, was as great a hit as "The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya."
  223. Furthermore, the Cloistered Emperor appointed 8-year-old Moroie MATSUDONO Gon-chunagon (Deputy Middle Counselor) instead of 20-year-old Motomichi (whose wife was Kiyomori's daughter, Hiroko).
  224. Furthermore, the Constitution of Japan embraced the principle of separation of government and religion, as well as freedom of religion.
  225. Furthermore, the Edo bakufu itself decriminalized a suit to jyunkenshi (an inspector sent by the Edo bakufu throughout Japan) in 1711 and once more banned jikiso in 1721, but it prepared a meyasubako (complaints box), allowing legal osso by hakoso (appeal from a box).
  226. Furthermore, the Emperor loved FUJIWARA no Tokushi (Bifuku mon in), taking over as the second consort of the emperor, Shoshi who lost support from the Cloister government Goshirakawa, and appointed his son, Prince Narihito (the Emperor Konoe) to succeed the throne.
  227. Furthermore, the Emperor was enraged by this incident and said that he would lead the Konoe Troops himself to fight against the rebellious troops, Saionji admonished him for taking an action unfit for a ruler under constitutional monarchy.
  228. Furthermore, the First Japan-Korea Agreement was concluded in August, which brought the Korean government to receive Japanese financial and diplomatic advisors as well as to sit at the negotiating table for the conclusion of a treaty.
  229. Furthermore, the Great Thanksgiving Service (after the Enthronement of an Emperor) was restored on December 20, which had been discontinued for a long time.
  230. Furthermore, the Hachisuka clan which later became the lord of the Tokushima Domain called itself a descendant of Masatane SHIBA, a child of Mochitane SHIBA.
  231. Furthermore, the Haniwa (unglazed terracotta cylinders and hollow sculptures arranged on and around the mounded tombs (kofun)) of the Kofun period (tumulus period) include images of 'Koto' or a person playing the 'Koto.'
  232. Furthermore, the Hojo clan employed a tax system of shiko-rokumin (40% of the rice crop produced yearly was collected as a tax, and the remaining 60% became farmers' income), which was extremely favorable for farmers of that time, and Ieyasu could not raise the tax rate thoughtlessly either.
  233. Furthermore, the Honden, Haiden and So-mon gate of the Jishu-jinja Shrine as well as its precincts are also regarded as valuable properties along with the main building of the Shinto shrine, and therefore they were designated as an Important Cultural Property altogether.
  234. Furthermore, the House of Peers, which consisted of non-elected-members, was established as a house of the Imperial Diet, and it had almost the same powers as the House of Representatives.
  235. Furthermore, the Ichiji Kinrin butcho is provided with a unique feature in the decorations, for example, use of silver leaf in the kirikane technique that is rarely found in Buddhist paintings.
  236. Furthermore, the Imperial Family is thought to have tried to seize power by making superior and inferior kabane to create differences in status and favoring certain uji (clan) who have strong loyalty to the Imperial Family.
  237. Furthermore, the Ino large and medium-sized maps became the basis of "Geographic map" made by the (Japan) Survey Department, Staff Headquarters of the Imperial Japanese Army (one of the predecessors of Geographical Survey Institute) in 1884.
  238. Furthermore, the Japanese colony period is also used, but recently it tends to be avoided based on the recognition that it implies the legitimacy or validity of the treaty of the annexation of Korea and the Japanese occupation of Korea.
  239. Furthermore, the Khitan came to Japan from the northern part of China in order to learn the teachings.
  240. Furthermore, the Kobori Enshu school is a style of tea ceremony formed as a breakaway from Enshu by the younger brother, Seiko KOBORI; its headquarters is in Nerima Ward, Tokyo, and its fellow organization is called Shorai-kai.
  241. Furthermore, the Kofun is deemed to have been constructed in the early seventh century.
  242. Furthermore, the Kojiki has Yomotsu Hirasaka at the Ifuya no saka pass in Izumo Province (the present-day Higashi Izumo Town, Shimane Prefecture).
  243. Furthermore, the Luzon pots are classified as 'shimamono' (an imported tea caddy) within the tea utensils.
  244. Furthermore, the Miyoshi and Matsunaga clans ruling Kyoto and the Asakura clan, an influential governor in the outskirts of Kyoto, backed up different persons for inheritance of the Shogunate.
  245. Furthermore, the Nijo, Ichijo and Kujo families were established by Michiie KUJO's sons Yoshizane NIJO, Sanetsune ICHIJO and Norizane KUJO, respectively, from Kujoryu Sekkan-ke, the regent family.
  246. Furthermore, the Onin War broke out while he was in Kanto, and his land in Gujo, Mino Province was taken over by Myochin SAITO, who supported Shigeyori TOKI, a shugo (guard).
  247. Furthermore, the Ouchi clan fell both in name and in reality after Yoshinaga was defeated and killed by Motonari MORI in 1557.
  248. Furthermore, the Reizei family residence is the sole surviving example of pre-Edo period aristocratic dwellings, and as such is a treasure in its own right.
  249. Furthermore, the Rinkyu-ji Temple is still retained as a convent whose chief nun is an Imperial Princess.
  250. Furthermore, the Russo-Japanese War could also be viewed as a victory of a constitutional monarchy over an absolute monarchy (czarism).
  251. Furthermore, the Seiryo-den Hall was hit by lightning during the Court Council meeting, killing and injuring many Imperial Court personnel.
  252. Furthermore, the Sekiwagu Kanga Remain, the Funada Nakamichi Remain, the Yajikubo-kofun Tumulus and the Shimosazuka-kofun Tumulus (Shirakawa Funada Motonuma remain groups) were designated as national historic sites.
  253. Furthermore, the Shugo made contracts with the lords of the manors for collection of the annual tribute, and began to conduct Shugouke (the contract system that the manor's owner entrusts a provincial constable to manage his manor and pay the customs), which strengthened their actual rule over the manors.
  254. Furthermore, the Soga clan and seven influential others could be descended from TAKENOUCHI no Sukune.
  255. Furthermore, the Suiko dealing with property and that dealing with rice and millet were transacted in different ways.
  256. Furthermore, the Taira clan's confinement of the Cloistered Emperor and seizure of political power resulted in generation of strong anti-Taira clan power.
  257. Furthermore, the Taira family performed duties in Kyoto and Obanyaku (a job to guard Kyoto) of bushi of various provinces perhaps through kokuga in order to guard dairi (Imperial Palace) of Kyoto.
  258. Furthermore, the Tokugawa clan had problems internally.
  259. Furthermore, the Yanagiwara family members traditionally studied literature or became writers; Mitsutsuna's son, Norimitsu YANAGIWARA, authored a history book entitled 'Zokushi gusho.'
  260. Furthermore, the Yasuda clan was part of the Echigo branch of the Mori household, from which Takahiro's adoptive father Hiroharu hailed and was adopted by Sukehiro KITAJO; accordingly, Hiroharu concurrently held the roles of heads of the Kitajo and Yasuda clans.
  261. Furthermore, the actual indication of an address is done mostly by using street names such as 'Bishamon-cho, 4-chome, Matsubara agaru, Higashioji-dori Street, Higashiyama Ward.'
  262. Furthermore, the administration of each domain was stabilized due to the reduced burden of military service in the long-lasting peace, and each domain set out the development of new fields in response to the great famine of the Kanei era, which consequently produced economic growth within the domain.
  263. Furthermore, the allied forces started to march toward Beijing on March 4 but moved slowly since the pace of each nation did not match.
  264. Furthermore, the amount of water and the quality of the water, such as whether the water is hard or soft, compatibility with the paper, temperature and humidity of the day when the sumi is used all affect the color of the sumi as well as how the sumi expands.
  265. Furthermore, the appointment of Yoshinaka as the initial Seiwa-Genji's seii taishogun was unprecedented as Yoshinaka was initially overlooked for the role.
  266. Furthermore, the approval is based on 'Designation Criteria for National Treasures and Important Cultural Properties.'
  267. Furthermore, the area was included in the 200 selected Kyoto treasures of nature (designated on March 27, 1995, by Kyoto Prefecture) and was also designated as a scenic area (on July 14, 1931 by Kyoto City), to protect the geographical shape and present state of the area from being altered.
  268. Furthermore, the army headquarters sonae differed from other sonae.
  269. Furthermore, the army patch on the uniform for military campaigns that was worn by all the army civilian employees, including officials appointed by the emperor, was designed based on the Gobosei, and it was used as the official style (1943 style).
  270. Furthermore, the bakufu also appointed a Kubo-okura (financial branch) and entrusted the revenue, including dosoyaku and Sakaya yaku (taxes imposed on sake breweries by Muromachi bakufu), with selected nosenkata.
  271. Furthermore, the bakufu consistently avoided increasing the number of custodians, aiming to switch control through the local governors of the bakufu as far as possible, and once, in 1713, abolished all of the custodians, switching the control of the area to that by local governors.
  272. Furthermore, the bakufu did not show an assertive attitude toward searching for alternative territories (to be found by the bakufu to compensate for its mismanagement of the hanzei as mentioned above), despite the regulation it created to do so.
  273. Furthermore, the bakufu established kaisho (trading office in Nagasaki) and restricted the international trade through Nagasaki.
  274. Furthermore, the bakufu itself set up a checkpoint in 1459 for the purpose of funding the reconstruction of Ise Jingu Shrine, and then in 1478, again set up checkpoints for the purpose of funding the reconstruction of the Imperial Palace.
  275. Furthermore, the belief that views a certain type of water as sacred water that brings back youth can be seen in many places in poems that reads about 'ochimizu' and rejuvenation in Manyoshu.
  276. Furthermore, the bereaved family of those killed by the government of Norimichi complained to the bakufu (government ruled by a shogun) that Norimichi was suspected of causing a rebellion.
  277. Furthermore, the bloodline of the Soga clan was retained through Prince Sakurai (Soga's son).
  278. Furthermore, the branch family of the Yonezawa Domain Uesugi received the title of viscount.
  279. Furthermore, the breakdown of a te squad was not very different from the composition of hatamoto (banner men, a direct retainer of the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun)) squad, even though there was a difference in their size (army headquarters sonae is explained in the next section).
  280. Furthermore, the cadaster was to be unified with registry and came to be abolished in 1960.
  281. Furthermore, the citation from original documents was made relatively correctly.
  282. Furthermore, the clan was given Hatamoto status for the reason that the clan contributed to stabilize the state of Bitchu Province in post-battle operations.
  283. Furthermore, the completion of the Trans-Siberian Railway would easily enable the Russian military to rapidly deploy their forces to the Far East.
  284. Furthermore, the cultivation of nori is done in Okayama Prefecture, Hiroshima Prefecture, Tokushima Prefecture and so on in the regions of Chugoku and Shikoku.
  285. Furthermore, the current Hori-kawa River (Kumamoto Prefecture) had canal-cutting work started by Tadahiro KATO and completed by Tadatoshi HOSOKAWA.
  286. Furthermore, the current noshi is a stylized noshi awabi (a thin strip of dried abalone wrapped in folded red and white paper), and an example of the girei origami.
  287. Furthermore, the custom in which, if the head of a samurai family was killed, his legitimate child had to get his revenge or wouldn't be allowed to succeed the family name, was widespread.
  288. Furthermore, the data that his position among the Oda family is higher than Nobuyoshi although he was born after Nobuyoshi suggests the possibility that his birth mother is a concubine of higher rank rather than Onabe no kata.
  289. Furthermore, the direction of the 223-6000 series operated on the Osaka Higashi Line faces the opposite direction on the Yamatoji Line.
  290. Furthermore, the dust that is generated in daytime and floats in the atmospheric boundary layer remains at the same height, even when, entering the night, the boundary between the atmospheric boundary layer and the free atmosphere descends.
  291. Furthermore, the edict limited the clan members who belong to the clan head to the direct blood kin by the paternal line and clarified the vague definition of the extent of each clan which were either by the principle of paternal line or maternal line up to that time.
  292. Furthermore, the emperor doted on the nyogo (a high-ranking lady in the court (a consort of the Emperor)) Kishi.
  293. Furthermore, the emperor himself wrote characters on the name plates of gates, and had Kukai and TACHIBANA no Hayanari, being famous calligraphers at that time, write characters on the name plates of gates as well.
  294. Furthermore, the end of the year was also the closing of the business fiscal year, and therefore the delay in the mail could pose an economic obstacle.
  295. Furthermore, the entrance examinations for Nihon-ga departments in the art universities include coloring with water paints, and also very rarely pencil drawing.
  296. Furthermore, the expression, 'Clouds gathering above a monstrous serpent' as the origin of the name 'Ama no Murakumo no Tsurugi' is thought to be a quotation from the "Shisho" (history book) and the "Kanjo" (Historical Records of the Han Dynasty).
  297. Furthermore, the extent defined by the Ordinance of the Family of the Imperial Household recognized a relative within the third degree of relationship to hold the status as the Emperor's relative by marriage.
  298. Furthermore, the fact that Moroie MATSUDONO, a son of Motofusa MATSUDONO, Kanpaku (chief adviser to the Emperor), was promoted to the court rank of Gon Chunagon instead of Motomichi, whom Kiyomori had supported, triggered a coup-d'etat by Kiyomori on December 21 (Coup of the Third Year of Jisho).
  299. Furthermore, the family filled the posts of Oshu Tandai (local commissioner) and Ushu Tandai for generations, and at one time it was appointed as Kyushu Tandai and Kanto Kanrei (a shogunal deputy for the Kanto region).
  300. Furthermore, the fifteenth Shogun, Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA, was referred to as Buke Gosho (Samurai Gosho), but was also called Ashiki Gosho (Evil Gosho) after he was opposed to his ex-mentor, Nobunaga ODA.
  301. Furthermore, the fight for succession caused family troubles, and the social situation was very unstable.
  302. Furthermore, the fight in Ise Province continued even into their son's generation (Masasuke, Korehira's son, and TAIRA no Munetsune, Muneyori's son).
  303. Furthermore, the first category is divided into category A and category B, in particular.
  304. Furthermore, the folding screen was later sent to Europe by Tensho Ken-o Shisetsu (mission to Europe of 1582), who traveled with Alessandro VALIGNANO when he left Japan, and is now preserved at the Roman Curia, the record says.
  305. Furthermore, the following description is contained in "Okinagusa", an essay written during the mid-Edo period.
  306. Furthermore, the following descriptions are seen in a book written by Muneyoshi YAGYU that has been inherited by the Shinkage-ryu School.
  307. Furthermore, the forest is also used for field work or social education by other universities, such as Kyoto University of Art and Design and Doshisha University.
  308. Furthermore, the former Shogunate forces advanced to pacify Kyoto under the banner of 'the statement to the Emperor on avenging Satsuma' (to-satsu-hyo) because the Satsuma Domain had ordered its retainers to cause a disturbance in Edo.
  309. Furthermore, the founder of Iyo-Utsunomiya clan in Iyo Province, Shikoku was Toyofusa UTSUNOMIYA who was appointed to Iyo no kami (Governor of Iyo Province).
  310. Furthermore, the golden plate in which the Great Buddha was clad was cast in Edo ("Todaiki" (a famous chronicle describing the Early Modern age)).
  311. Furthermore, the government held Gozan Okuribi (Mountain Bon Fire) in Kyoto, even though it was not time for it.
  312. Furthermore, the grave of Kugyo does not exist, and any historical documents on his cemetery do not exist, either.
  313. Furthermore, the historical fact that Toshiie himself was a kabukimono and preferred the tendency of kabuki is ignored, or rather Toshiie is described as if he were a stubborn man who was unsympathetic toward kabukimono Keiji.
  314. Furthermore, the home that Onogi built in 1936 in Yamashina Ward, Kyoto Prefecture is currently used as the 'Kyoto Rakutogeihinkan' (Kyoto Rakuto Guest House).
  315. Furthermore, the initial fire caused a larger fire, which is said damaged an area of Kyoto surpassing the damage done in the Onin War.
  316. Furthermore, the interpretation that Himeji Castle, Fukuyama Castle (Bingo-no-kuni) or Kumamoto Castle matches the Shijin-so-o topography of 'Mountain, river, road and lake' theory emerged later.
  317. Furthermore, the introduction of high speed cars curtails the stopping time as well as reduces the traveling time.
  318. Furthermore, the kageyushi position for checking geyujo was introduced in around 797.
  319. Furthermore, the major east-to-west Oji included, from the north (mountain side), the Yokooji running in front of San no Torii, the Omachi-oji (today also known as the Yuigahama-dori Street, the Omachi-dori Street, and the Nagoe-do Street, etc) passing through Geba Yotsukado.
  320. Furthermore, the majority of authentic costumes are made for female adult sizes, the weight of the whole costume and the lengths of the jacket and skirt make performance more challenging (e.g., hand movements and moving smoothly with the skirt) than with informal costumes.
  321. Furthermore, the majority of residents in Kyoto are not especially aware of the existence of 'Kyoto ramen.'
  322. Furthermore, the monument named "Sekisho-hi" inscribed with this haiku composed by OKUBO stands at the entrance of Hamadera park now.
  323. Furthermore, the more this kind of prohibition was issued, the more popularity and demand for yosozake rised among the common people and cultural figures.
  324. Furthermore, the name 'Ame no murakumo no mikoto' is also seen in the ancestry of the Watarai clan, which was a family of Shinto priests recorded in "Toyouke-daijingu negi honin shidai" (an old historical Japanese record).
  325. Furthermore, the name Jinraku (秦楽) related to Kasanui-jinja Shrine exists in the flatland called Jinraku (神楽) that spreads in front of and just below the Tsukiyama Kofun (ancient tomb) (Yamatotakada City) (Aza Tsukiyama, Tsukiyama, Yamatotakada City).
  326. Furthermore, the name of 'MUSUBI' is common rather than onigiri in some regions such as Hawaii where many immigrants moved to live in the Meiji period (1852 to 1912).
  327. Furthermore, the name of Shomen-dori Street (front street), which runs east and west, originated from the street that connects to the 'front' of this Daibutsuden.
  328. Furthermore, the name, 'Itabuki no Miya' (shingle roofed palace) is said to derive from the fact that the palace was actually roofed with shingle (thick and luxurious shingle).
  329. Furthermore, the new economic policy outline, which was one of the key points of the new order movement, faced opposition from the financial world, with Ichizo KOBAYASHI, the Minister of Commerce and Industry, clashing with Vice-Minister, Nobusuke KISHI, the driving force behind the outline, whom Kobayashi criticized as 'a red.'
  330. Furthermore, the newly cultivated land and its village became the private estate of the person who cultivated it.
  331. Furthermore, the number of ice manufacturers who can produce ice from naturally freezing water in winter the same way as natural ice forms and then stocking the blocks of ice in an icehouse until demand occurs, have declined.
  332. Furthermore, the number of swords to be made by a sword craft master per year is allocated, which prevents reduction in quality of the work by mass production of inferior swords.
  333. Furthermore, the oldest goroku (saying) concerning Daruma is found in "Ninyushigyo ron" (literally, "the way to the two truths, and methods for the four practices"), which, being the original model for legends concerning Daruma, also conveys Daruma's thought.
  334. Furthermore, the organization of Shinsen-gumi was such that one person held one post, unlike many organizations in the Edo era where a post was generally held by more than one person, and influence of western military systems is pointed out.
  335. Furthermore, the outcome of this fight was owed to Masasuke (Masamura) because he attacked the Takakuni and Uragami military forces, which were confronting with Harumoto and Motonaga, from behind, although he was supposed to be a rear guard.
  336. Furthermore, the paragraph titled October, 289 describes that 'Achi no omi, the ancester of Yamato no aya no atai, his son Tsuka no omi, and his relatives from seventeen provinces came over,' suggesting that there were many settlers.
  337. Furthermore, the paste on top of rice cakes also came to be called 'an', as is the liquid starch made from water added to starch and heated to form gelatin, which is used in food dressings like 'ankake'.
  338. Furthermore, the period until the unification of Hokucho and Nancho is called the period of the Northern and Southern Courts, and the period after the Onin War (1467) or the Meio Incident (1493) is called the Age of Civil War (Japan).
  339. Furthermore, the population of the samurai was never recorded since it was strategically sensitive information.
  340. Furthermore, the powerful groups that executed the chigo right over many manors as a ryoshu of shoen or executed the chigyo right over the entire public land in a province as a chigyo-koku (provincial fiefdom) (described later), typically including Sekkan-ke (the families which produced regents) and kanji (state-sponsored temples), reigned over them.
  341. Furthermore, the price is inconsistent with the "Records of Sunpu Government"; only MURAOKA's book cites "5 kanmon", while other records cite "500 kanmon".
  342. Furthermore, the progress of the battle given below is based on the now widely accepted tidal theory first proposed in the Taisho period by Katsumi KUROITA, professor at Tokyo Imperial University.
  343. Furthermore, the reason why the idea of a female Emperor was not positively accepted was because of the issue in terms of 'Shinto ceremony.'
  344. Furthermore, the region has historically enjoyed the eating culture of Udon noodles (its on record that Udon noodles had been presented to the Shogun family as a specialty of Tatebayashi Domain since the middle of the Edo period).
  345. Furthermore, the religion and life style of Taiwan was 'improved' to the Japanese style.
  346. Furthermore, the representative work in the same year, an Enpon "Keichu Kibun Makurabunko" was a sexually-oriented medical text and an encyclopedia at that time which was referred to as an instructing book on the secrets of sex and at the same time is known as a fantastic book among fantastic books.
  347. Furthermore, the revision of the shogunate licenses, Kanbun Shuinaratame, which was carried out in 1664 during the Kanbun era, consolidated the status of shogun.
  348. Furthermore, the romance of ladies surrounding old Hikaru Genji is described (Part 2), and the love of his grandchildren after his death is depicted (Part 3), being flawless and coherent as an epic love story.
  349. Furthermore, the scale was expanded by placing imonono tsukasa (casting bureau) of the Okura-sho under the Ritsuryo system of the Okura-sho in 774, and by merging the gakoshi (painting bureau) of the Nakatsukasa-sho and the nuribeshi (lacquering bureau) of the Okura-sho in 808.
  350. Furthermore, the search revealed that the loyalists from the Choshu, Tosa, and Higo clans were planning to hold a meeting at Ikedaya or Shikokuya to discuss whether or not to go forward with the plan of attack after hearing about the arrest of FURUTAKA.
  351. Furthermore, the separated premises of 'Hoan-den' were constructed.
  352. Furthermore, the settlement in this area has been selected as one of the 'Important Preservation Districts for Groups of Historic Buildings' by the Agency for Cultural Affairs.
  353. Furthermore, the southern Shimogyo Ward including the former Kamitoba Village was separated to be established Minami Ward in 1955.
  354. Furthermore, the speed of the Shinkansen trains cannot be used effectively without selecting specific time zones, and in addition, an additional limited express fee must be paid to ride on a Shinkansen train.
  355. Furthermore, the speed, the strength, and the time of beating the egg can vary depending on one's taste, ranging from a light state in which the egg white is thoroughly destroyed to a state in which only the yolk is broken.
  356. Furthermore, the stabbing incident of Englishmen developed into the war between Anglo-Satsuma War in August of the following year, 1863.
  357. Furthermore, the start of construction of Azuchi-jo Castle in 1576 announced to the world that the trend toward Tenka Fubu (天下布武) was gradually becoming a fact.
  358. Furthermore, the station is connected with the line below through an underpass.
  359. Furthermore, the status of Muramune in the Uragami family is not clear.
  360. Furthermore, the surviving crew members had fled from the ship on lifeboats, which then created a sensation triggering speculation that the captain might have left the Japanese passengers without giving them proper evacuation guidance.
  361. Furthermore, the system for control of land by local lords was called "Zaichi ryoshu sei."
  362. Furthermore, the tale of the Kuni-umi is followed by the tale of Kami-umi (the birth of gods).
  363. Furthermore, the teaching staff quota of Kiden-do was raised to two on April 20, 834 incorporating a post of Kiden Hakase which had been installed in 808.
  364. Furthermore, the term also came to encompass gokenin (immediate vassals of the shogun in the Kamakura and Muromachi periods) who were regarded as the rank and file of the bakufu that enforced the influence of the bakufu.
  365. Furthermore, the textbooks were revised and the person responsible for writing the textbooks, Sadakichi KIDA, was suspended from his job.
  366. Furthermore, the the rice-polishing ratios of rice for sake brewing are grouped into the following three categories.
  367. Furthermore, the thermos lunchbox developed and released in the 1970's further evolved, and it was not what used to be (large lunchbox of a decade ago) but a new type of thermos lunchbox slim enough to slip into a man's bag.
  368. Furthermore, the three great calligraphers Japanized Chinese character-writing styles, and the Japanese calligraphic style became complete then.
  369. Furthermore, the tiles used at the time of construction which have been unearthed at Kawara-dera Temple have a very intricate design of eight flower petals split in two and are called 'double-petaled lotus flower design tiles', which later became mainstream in tile design.
  370. Furthermore, the time pavillion construction emerged saw a culmination of Buddhism architecture, suggesting that it is likely that pavillion construction may have been affected by Buddhist architectural styles.
  371. Furthermore, the timing of the defeat in the Pacific War is sometimes used as the end of the modern times and the start of the contemporary period (for more information, refer to ancient times, medieval Japan, the early-modern times, modern times, or the contemporary period).
  372. Furthermore, the tragically early death of her daughter, whom she finally had three years after the marriage, made her more depressed.
  373. Furthermore, the true nature of the universe, that is, what the real truth of existence should be, is understood by these ten factors.
  374. Furthermore, the type of regulation based on shiki includes "rei".
  375. Furthermore, the use of haniwa (burial mound figurines) came to a halt, except in the Kanto region.
  376. Furthermore, the warped theory about the origin of bushi of Yasuda and others written in textbooks in elementary and middle schools taught as follows.
  377. Furthermore, the waterway that originates in the vicinity of this area is called 'Kanaoka Usuikansen (commonly known as Kanaoka-gawa River, or Kanaoka Stream).'
  378. Furthermore, the word "one" that appears at the end is a pronoun referring to a prime number.
  379. Furthermore, the work of compiling history books was also one of the official duties, as described in the "Yoro ritsuryo code" (code promulgated in the Yoro period).
  380. Furthermore, the x in scientific names is a way to indicate a natural hybrid, and it's said that the sign isn't not used in regard to artificial hybrids.
  381. Furthermore, the young Emperor Chukyo, who was enthroned for three months (he was four years old) was removed, and instead Takakura-in's grandchild (the future Emperor Horikawa) was recommended to succeed the Imperial Throne, and his father, Prince Morisada, took control of the cloister government.
  382. Furthermore, their calligraphic styles were also different from each other.
  383. Furthermore, their families and their whole clans were beheaded in October 1882.
  384. Furthermore, then Governor of Okinawa Prefecture Junji NISHIME declared, 'I hope that the Emperor's visit may result in the end of the postwar period of Okinawa Prefecture.'
  385. Furthermore, there are a few products exclusively for cooking by microwave oven (NISSIN FOOD PRODUCTS 'Nissin Yakisoba U.F.O./Donbe NEXT GENERATION' series and others).
  386. Furthermore, there are also castles which cannot be classified in terms of these styles (Tankaku style, for example).
  387. Furthermore, there are cases where enjoying alcoholic drinks with certain dishes will have a "one plus one equals three or four" effect since drinks and sakana complement each other.
  388. Furthermore, there are kujirazuka (whale tumulus), doguzuka (tool tumulus) and hochozuka (knife tumulus) that came about from appreciation for food and tools, and there are mokozuka (tumulus for Mongolian warriors) and katanazuka (sword tumulus) as memorials to those who died with bitter disappointment.
  389. Furthermore, there are no rules governing line breaks; in one example the line is broken even though there is enough space left in the lower part, and in another, the break disrupts the flow of meaning and the cohesiveness of the words.
  390. Furthermore, there are other manners such as 'tamagushihairei', 'kendamagushi', and 'tatetamagushi' (which may have different styles of offering).
  391. Furthermore, there are other ways to sell Ekiben within station precincts at around the mealtimes when lots of Ekiben are sold.
  392. Furthermore, there are problems such as the school's management in case when Iemoto cannot properly handle the accomplishments.
  393. Furthermore, there are restaurants that claim to be the 'origin' or 'inventor' of katsudon in Komagane City, Nagano Prefecture, Kiryu City, Gunma Prefecture, Ichinoseki City, Iwate Prefecture and so on.
  394. Furthermore, there are some temples and shrines about which it is said that Yoichi was a founder.
  395. Furthermore, there are traditional fish-catching methods focusing on eels in various localities.
  396. Furthermore, there are two theories regarding Nobunaga ODA's reasons for inviting the Emperor and court nobles: that it was to overpower the Imperial Court, and that it was the Emperor who had requested to see the parade.
  397. Furthermore, there are unique products using the bean jam with brown sugar and coffee-flavored bean jam, providing Taiwanese taste.
  398. Furthermore, there are various types such as Kwa-il Ping Su (果実氷水、 shaved ice with fruit) that do not contain red beans, but includes lots of fruit.
  399. Furthermore, there exist 'jiyuritsu-haiku' (rule-free haiku) whose proponents argue that haiku does not have a set form and that each verse should have its own rule.
  400. Furthermore, there exist groups related to Kokubu (literally, provincial mountain peaks) shugen in which sacred mountains in various areas are worshipped.
  401. Furthermore, there exists a new religion related to Jodo Shinshu, which is connected to folk beliefs over a long period of history.
  402. Furthermore, there have been rumors that while he stayed in Tang he had some destructive bad behaviors.
  403. Furthermore, there is Enazuka (literally, a placenta mound) on the line that extends to the northeast.
  404. Furthermore, there is a comic anecdote of Edo regarding the name unagi, in which a cormorant (u) during cormorant fishing has trouble (nangi) swallowing, therefore the term 'unagi' came about.
  405. Furthermore, there is a custom of eating somen called 'celebration noodles' for lunch in a celebration event in Temples of the Zen sect.
  406. Furthermore, there is a description which seems to be the original decree in the eighth volume of "Heike Monogatari" (The Tale of the Heike), which is one of engyo-bon.
  407. Furthermore, there is a favorable view that says that introducing various yokai characters through these books nurtured creativity and emotional development of young readers of the time.
  408. Furthermore, there is a leading opinion that "Heike Monogatari" created the story of "sakaotoshi" in the first place.
  409. Furthermore, there is a legend in which Emperor Nintoku married Karahime, the daughter of KATSURAGI no Tsubura no Omi as his wife to have later Emperor Seinei.
  410. Furthermore, there is a principle regarding brothers of the same family whereby the first son inherits his family's own Myoseki, whereas the second son inherits the Myoseki name/title of another family'.
  411. Furthermore, there is a question about the credibility of the genealogy since Muramune was eventually able to succeed the family headship without being adopted by somebody because Muramune was a child of Norimune who was a grandchild of Norinaga URAGAMI, the direct descendant of the Uragami clan.
  412. Furthermore, there is a question as to whether the buildings of Oshikoji Karasumadono residence actually existed during the Kencho era (the period between the Joo era and Shoka era), and as such, the possibility that Yoshizane NIJO was the lord of Oshikoji Karasumadono is small.
  413. Furthermore, there is a record ("Shoku Nihongi" [Chronicle of Japan Continued]) which indicated the supply of residential lands to government officials.
  414. Furthermore, there is a record that danjiri's miyairi (ending of a festival by bringing portable shrines or floats back to the shrine) began at Osaka Tenman-gu Shrine during the Kanei era, which was the era of the Third Seiitaishogun (literally, 'great general who subdues the barbarians') Iemitsu TOKUGAWA.
  415. Furthermore, there is a shop which some people regard as the birthplace of zangi, which further confuses the exact origin of the name of zangi.
  416. Furthermore, there is a story of Oyamatsumi making amano tamukezake, which is present-day amazake (sweet, mild sake), using the heavily fruited head of rice plant from Sanada when Hoori was born.
  417. Furthermore, there is a theory stating that while udon noodles are thick in order to retain heat, hiyamugi noodles gradually became thin because they are eaten at cooler temperature.
  418. Furthermore, there is a theory that Kokufu was also located at the site where Kokubun-ji Temple and So-ja shrine were constructed.
  419. Furthermore, there is a theory that the castle was burnt down due to a lightning strike.
  420. Furthermore, there is a theory that the law penalizing defenses is the origin of the principle of Kenka Ryoseibai (in a quarrel, both parties are to blame), which was stipulated in bunkokuho (the law which individual Japanese territorial lords in the Sengoku period enforced in their own domain).
  421. Furthermore, there is a theory that, when Shogunate was transferred to Hidetada, the titles of Genji no choja (chief of the Minamoto clan) and Shogakuin no Betto (chief of Shogakuin) were not transferred (Tomohiko OKANO "Genji and King of Japan").
  422. Furthermore, there is a theory which questions Jakko's lineage back to the Koguryo Royal family, purporting that the origin of the Koma title cannot be traced to Koguryo.
  423. Furthermore, there is a view that it was derived from a Malay word, campur to chanpuru (Okinawa) and then champon (Nagasaki).
  424. Furthermore, there is also a boundary between Kanto-type soup broth and Kansai-type soup broth on the Kansai Line, Hokuriku Line, Kise line, and so on.
  425. Furthermore, there is also a description relating that on July 15 (in the old calendar) 659, "urabone" ceremonies were held at various temples in the capital, to give thanks for the virtues of fathers and mothers for the last seven generations.
  426. Furthermore, there is also a record regarding this type of penalty conducted against prisoners of war.
  427. Furthermore, there is also a substitute called 'Shishamokko,' which uses eggs of shishamo smelt.
  428. Furthermore, there is also a theory that if you tie a 'kyo' (bad luck) mikuji with the opposite hand to your better hand, then by achieving or performing such a difficult action you can turn bad luck to good.
  429. Furthermore, there is also such a theory shown below that Kotofurunushi is a folklore from the era of Emperor Keiko.
  430. Furthermore, there is also the data that the amount of accumulated kosa increased 18 thousand years ago as well.
  431. Furthermore, there is an example of Oguranomiya and Tamagawanomiya who were the descendants of the former Southern Court in the Muromachi period.
  432. Furthermore, there is an opinion that this is evidence that the Kyushu kingdom existed, but it cannot be said that the remains necessarily indicate that Kyokusui no en was in fact held there, which also applies to the case of the Tohoku region.
  433. Furthermore, there is another theory that the ordinances aimed to promote the exposure of hidden Christians by discovering the slaughter of animals, as Christians of the time ate meat.
  434. Furthermore, there is juyaku, a position of executive which follows the position of kancho and sokan (general office director), who works as advisor.
  435. Furthermore, there is the colony modernization theory by Lee Yong-hoon, a professor at Seoul University, and others, arguing that the Japanese rule promoted modernization.
  436. Furthermore, there remains little specific evidence for a view that Dokyo had actually sought the imperial throne, which was however, quoted as being proved at the time of his demotion transfer, and the plot of the oracle of Usa-jingu Shrine (also known as Usa-hachiman Shrine) was not adopted as a specific evidence.
  437. Furthermore, there was a Rengado of Someda Tenjinko in Uda City (old Someda, Muro Village, Uda District) that continued its tradition from the medieval era, but was built during the Edo period and had nothing inside.
  438. Furthermore, there was a story that since there were many Chinese people employed in Chinese restaurants, most of the Chinese restaurants in Spain were closed for several months during filming.
  439. Furthermore, there was a twelve-mat Japanese room called "ga no ma" (Wild Goose Room) as wild geese were depicted.
  440. Furthermore, there was an incident that Rinpu SASAGAWA, the authority on the study of Japanese art history, was detained by the police as the accomplice of the fraud because he had written the recommendation notes for those art pieces.
  441. Furthermore, there was an incident where the Mongolian Invasions were twice repulsed by what was called the "Kamikaze" (divine wind) in later periods which greatly influenced the above.
  442. Furthermore, there was criticism against the harsh punishments which were left-over relics of the warring states period (Japan).
  443. Furthermore, there was no demotion from nobility to subject and, Imperial Prince Morikuni, who also received backing to become a shogun as a miyashogun.
  444. Furthermore, there was the Kohata Fushimi-jo Castle that was built in the days of Toyotomi, and the one that was rebuilt in the Tokugawa days after being destroyed in the battle of Sekigahara.
  445. Furthermore, there was the rumor that Okubo ran around with crying like a child when he was chased by assassins.
  446. Furthermore, there was the word 'bankoku no koho' (same as bankoku koho) on Gobo no keiji (five edict boards) (the fourth board), and the government announced that the Imperial Court would handle foreign diplomacy and told common people not to do something impolite to foreigners.
  447. Furthermore, there were Daimyo such as Tadachika OKUBO and Masazumi HONDA who were subject to kaieki because they lost the power struggle inside the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  448. Furthermore, there were a lot of Hakka people who were sentenced to death in secret.
  449. Furthermore, there were also Kengyo who were successful as acupuncture doctors and others who became famous as scholars.
  450. Furthermore, there were also local demands for wood for construction, materials for woodworks or for making charcoals.
  451. Furthermore, there were disciples who cut their ties with the head temple during periods of suppression, such as the Kayakabe-kyo Religion, and went on the independent path by fusing with Shinto and Shugendo (Japanese mountain asceticism-shamanism incorporating Shinto and Buddhist concepts).
  452. Furthermore, there were many cases of students from other departments, such as Monjo (Literature), taking courses on Myogyodo since the subject had become a required general subject.
  453. Furthermore, there were multiple adverse conditions concurrently in effect, including the Yowa Famine, and when the Taira clan army was completely defeated in the Battle of Kurikaratoge in 1183, the clan was exiled from the capital without being able to do anything about the attack by MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka.
  454. Furthermore, there were the yoriki-daimyo who were subordinated by a larger daimyo to reinforce his power.
  455. Furthermore, these beliefs about Mt. Fuji have left a place-name Fujimi in various places in Japan where you command a fine view of Mt. Fuji.
  456. Furthermore, they acted as vassals of the Hosokawa clan (Keicho family), Settsu no kami and when they fought against the East squad on the side of Katsumoto HOSOKAWA in the Onin War, Yorihiro NOSE and his son Yorimitsu NOSE were killed.
  457. Furthermore, they also have tie-ups with railway companies having the railway lines to access airports, such as Keihin Electric Express Railway Co., Ltd and Nagoya Railroad.
  458. Furthermore, they are not recorded in the Basic Resident Register (Article 39 of the Basic Resident Registration Law, Article 33 of the Order for Enforcement of said Law).
  459. Furthermore, they assisted groups that dealt with the progress of Japanese and Chinese relations such as Toa-dobunkai nationalism group, Dojinkai, the Institute of Japan and China, the Japanese group residing in China, and Chinese students studying abroad in Japan.
  460. Furthermore, they created Q&A manuals known as 'junken-ogi.'
  461. Furthermore, they created various gods, but when Izanami gave birth to fire god, Kagutsuchi, her genitals got burnt, and because of that she became ill and died, and she was buried at Mt. Hiba (present-day Yasugi City, Shimane Prefecture) located at the border between Izumo and Hoki.
  462. Furthermore, they dispatched students to Holland, and ordered gunkan (warships) from abroad (`Fujiyama' [warship], 'Higashikan' from the United States, `Kaiyo Maru Warship' from Holland).
  463. Furthermore, they have 'Kakuni-man' in Hakata, Kyushu region, which ensphered Kakuni with a dough like that of a steamed bun to soak up meat juice.
  464. Furthermore, they planned to remove Crown Prince, then surround Empress Dowager's palace to steal Ekirei (a bell needed for the exercise of Imperial power) and the Imperial Seal.
  465. Furthermore, they started to make tsujiura-senbei rice cracker (from which fortune cookies were derived) in which they put omikuji similar to those sold for tsujiura, which was also called tsujiura.
  466. Furthermore, they thoroughly 'amended' the contents of Imperial Household Law, and they also abolished all the Imperial Household Orders which were established before the war, including the Koshitsu Saishi Rei.
  467. Furthermore, they were also appreciated as tribute articles for showing proof of loyalty by local ruling families in the eastern part of Japan.
  468. Furthermore, they were scattered all over Japan through the maritime traffic, producing the clan's branch families in various places.
  469. Furthermore, this Hikawa-jinja Shrine group is located on the other side of the Chichibu-jinja Shrine group (aligned in the shape of the Big Dipper = Amenotorifune, Ukefune) crossing the Hagihiyoshi-jinja Shrine in Tokigawa-cho, Hiki-gun.
  470. Furthermore, this led to the New Currency Act and the set up of the Mint (Japan).
  471. Furthermore, this work created controversy in various countries including West Germany, where it was confiscated by the military officials as an anti-war movie.
  472. Furthermore, those in favor of parliamentary regime including Tosa Domain attempted to regain of power, and representatives from Higo, Chikuzen, and Awa Domains requested Satsuma and Choshu to withdraw the army from the Imperial Palace on the 12th.
  473. Furthermore, those with anti-microbial effects such as wasabi, serve to prevent sashimi from spoiling.
  474. Furthermore, three of the cursed parts of human existence, including the worlds of hell, hungry spirits and animals, are sometimes categorized as San-akushu (three evil worlds of hell) (also referred to as San-akudo).
  475. Furthermore, threefold refers here to the three sutras: "Muryo gikyo" (Sutra of Immeasurable Meanings), "Myoho-renge-kyo" (the Lotus Sutra) and, "Bussetsu Kanfugen bosatsu Gyoho-kyo" (Sutra of Meditation on the Bodhisattva Universal Virtue).
  476. Furthermore, through an Imperial sanction, they were able to inherit the estate of a member of the peerage or become the adopted son of a member for the purpose of succeeding a family.
  477. Furthermore, to his fury, Ii and Matsudaira went ahead of him despite the fact that he assumed the role of leading the spearhead army in many of the battles in the past.
  478. Furthermore, to meet tourist demand on weekends, holidays and during the summer vacation season, the 'Maizuru' provides one round-trip service from Higashi-Maizuru Station to Obama Station on the Obama Line.
  479. Furthermore, today, some use Katatsuki to refer to all pieces of chaire which are vertically long.
  480. Furthermore, together with the sword blade there remain the scabbard and hilt of jintachi style (the style of sword designed specially for use on the battle field); a Kinnashiji-painted scabbard and a Itomaki (string-wound) hilt, however these fittings were produced in the Edo period and are different from the original when the sword was made.
  481. Furthermore, towards 1980s, a forest road opened that, with Keyaki-toge Pass in the middle of the Uchisugi forest road at its center, ran to the immediate foot of Sugio-toge Pass in the north and to the south side of Bunanoki-toge Pass in the south.
  482. Furthermore, trading after Japan's opening to the world at the end of the Edo period caused additional soaring prices.
  483. Furthermore, under the above platform, there was a vertical stone chamber in which a long coffin with the length of 6.7 meters was kept but the chamber had already been robbed.
  484. Furthermore, under the policy set by Sanemon GOTO, okane-aratame-yaku (a money inspector), Tenpo Tsuho started to be minted in kin-za and Hashiba, Asakusa in 1835.
  485. Furthermore, unlike ihai, reiji has a cover for covering the reiji.
  486. Furthermore, unlike the modern imperial family system, with this system one could not obtain or lose the status of Koshin through marriage.
  487. Furthermore, unlike traditional orders, detailed regulations were added.
  488. Furthermore, until March 15, 2008, the short section of track to the Hanwa Line was a single track, and because direct trains between the Osaka Loop Line and the Hanwa Line use a level junction, they were sometimes forced to run slowly even around Tennoji Station.
  489. Furthermore, unusual for a family ranked as the House of Urin, the Iwakura family was created a Prince House (duke) at a time when the second son of Tomomi IWAKURA, Tomosada IWAKURA (younger brother of Tomotsuna IWAKURA, the first son of Tomomi; Tomosada inherited the Iwakura family) headed the family.
  490. Furthermore, variations in character shape are poorer than in the ancient calligraphy of the mature period, but the lines are full of intensity and tension.
  491. Furthermore, various manufacturers also apply a label "Hon-kudzu-ko made in Japan" to the mixture of domestic kudzu flour and Chinese-made kudzu flour.
  492. Furthermore, various theories derived from Shingen regarding tourism products were formed, for example, Hoto (a popular regional dish, made by stewing flat udon noodles and vegetables in miso soup) as food for tourists, which was originally traditional food in Yamanashi Prefecture, is advertised as being `a combat ration used by Shingen.'
  493. Furthermore, vinegar (acetic acid) has an antiseptic effect.
  494. Furthermore, western clothing came to be spread among the common people little by little.
  495. Furthermore, when Tsurumatsu died of disease in 1591, Hideyoshi adopted his nephew, Hidetsugu TOYOTOMI (Naidaijin), and yielded the position of Kanpaku to him, showing again his determination to relinquish the position of Kanpaku to only the Toyotomi clan and staying in power as Dajodaijin.
  496. Furthermore, when Yoshimitsu initiated trade between Japan and Ming, profit by Chubunsen (抽分銭) also became the income of Bakufu.
  497. Furthermore, when Yoshitaka OUCHI, who previously made a donation to make the enthronement ceremony happen, applied to become the second highest rank in Dazaifu in the same year, the Emperor rejected his application.
  498. Furthermore, when a daughter committed adultery, it constituted a violation of parental authority, and her father was allowed to murder her (yet, megataki uchi by a commoner was severely punished as he was deemed one who does not know his place, although megataki uchi by samurai was tolerated).
  499. Furthermore, when a government post is conferred, it is referred to as "zokan."
  500. Furthermore, when a permanent right to charge Yakusen (役銭) from Doso (土倉) and Sakaya (酒屋) in Kyoto was allowed during the era of Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA, Yakusen were charged together with Tansen, Munabetsu-sen, etc., by the doso appointed by Bakufu, who were referred to as Nosen-kata.
  501. Furthermore, when a train enters a tunnel at a high speed, noise is generated due to a rapid air pressure change (air-pressure wave) inside the tunnel, and it is necessary to hold down the amount of the noise.
  502. Furthermore, when an event is held at a station in neighborhood, some Ekiben delicatessens visit the event to sell Ekiben.
  503. Furthermore, when entering the Kyokaido Road from the Tokaido Road, Sanjo-Ohashi Bridge will not be crossed, and the route taken will turn southwest at Higechaya-oiwake (髭茶屋追分) (Oiwake-cho, Otsu City), so the station following Otsu-juku Station will be Fushimi-juku Station.
  504. Furthermore, when he was about to die, he said, "The family strife will break out because of the mismanagement of the former lord, and I will be sorry if false suspicions fall on a bugyo (magistrate) or others." He wrote his Kao (written seal mark) on every possible papers before he died.
  505. Furthermore, when he was going to Kyoto saying that it was for the marriage of Yoshinao TOKUGAWA, he sent large forces to the Kinki region, and started attacking the Toyotomi clan soon after his demands were turned down.
  506. Furthermore, when it comes to a matter of his successor, a party who supported Tsunasada KUTSUKI, Taneharu's adopted son, confronted Totsuna who wanted to support his own son, but Totsuna, as originally adopted from the Ogyu Matsudaira family, had no supportes and accepted to adopt Tsunasada.
  507. Furthermore, when it is called 53 stations it refers to the road up to Kyoto, but when referring to the road up to Osaka the term 57 stations is used.
  508. Furthermore, when the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) established the Rokuhara Tandai (an administrative and judicial agency in Rokuhara, Kyoto), Kebiishi were gradually weakened.
  509. Furthermore, when the salary rice was finally paid on July 23, they found sand and other things mixed in with it because the warehouse keepers charged with distributing it had tried to embezzle some rice by inflating the amount of it using sand.
  510. Furthermore, when the shoen or the shoen koryo-sei (the system of public lands and private estates) was established from the 11th century to the 12th century, the right to collect kanmotsu which had been considered as national land tax was transferred to lords of manors and the kanmotsu changed its nature to nengu (land tax).
  511. Furthermore, when the story reaches the "ten chapters of Uji jujo" (the Ten Books of Uji), Kobai is the head of the family and Yugiri has become the Sadaijin.
  512. Furthermore, when the system of Shoen (manors) gathered stream by private owenership of the lands, Kochi Komin sei collapsed, resulting in the demise of the Ritsuryo system on the basis of Kochi Komin principle.
  513. Furthermore, when the wind strength is greater, a violent sandstorm called shachenbao in Chinese (沙塵暴 or 沙暴 in simplified Chinese characters) may be developed.
  514. Furthermore, widespread banditry continued in Togoku (eastern part of Japan).
  515. Furthermore, widespread fraudulent works decreased reliability of mokoku.
  516. Furthermore, wind chimes are hung under the eaves of houses, orchestrating a world of light and sound.
  517. Furthermore, with government policies concerning religions at the time, Shishu kengaku was abolished in 1872 and came under the Shingon sect.
  518. Furthermore, with his principle to 'never refuse a job request,' he worked on numerous scripts for projects sponsored by major movie companies while he produced his own movies at the Kindai Eiga Kyokai.
  519. Furthermore, with so many behavioral styles, so called "three hundred etiquette styles and three thousand ritual styles," established in the Edo period, it was considered that the largest importance should be placed on following precedents correctly
  520. Furthermore, with the assistance of Masanori INABA, Ryoo acquired more than 10,000 volumes of the Min-ban Zoku-zo Daizo-kyo Sutra (The continuation of Tripitaka in Ming Edition) and 5,000 volumes of non-Buddhist books, Ryoo donated these books to the Zuisho-ji Temple.
  521. Furthermore, with the extension of the Tozai Line, some trains on the Keihan Electric Railway's Keihan Keishin Line extended part of their zones from the subway Kyoto Shiyakusho-mae Station to Uzumasa-Tenjingawa Station.
  522. Furthermore, with the extensive development of Ezo (present Hokkaido) in the Edo period, kelp was spread to the whole country because the sea route was fully provided and the shipping volume increased.
  523. Furthermore, with the introduction of letterpress printing, the written word became more important than the graphics and besides this, there were changes such as massive growth of circulation etc.
  524. Furthermore, with the poor variation of the added images, the initially impressed merit was the variety of songs and early supply of new songs rather than the quality.
  525. Furthermore, with the wife of Masayori TAKANASHI being an aunt of Kagetora as well, Kagetora became to be involved in the battles in the northern Shinano area in a large scale
  526. Furthermore, without consideration of the Empress Teimei intentions, the Japanese government justified these types of activities (putting patients in quarantine) and continued to politically utilize her name as the 'Kouon (Emperor's kindness)'and 'Jinji (Emperor's benevolence).'
  527. Furthermore, words such as kirimen (cut noodles), kirimugi (cut wheat noodles), hiyamugi, reimen (Korean-style cold noodles) and kirireimen (cold cut noodles) are frequently mentioned beside kirimugi in diaries from the 15th century.
  528. Furthermore, yokai were illustrated frequently as the main theme of 'ukiyoe' (Japanese woodblock prints) paintings.
  529. Furthermore, you can enjoy eating and drinking in the market, for example, a rice store which serves rice balls in a tea room, a vegetable store which serves set meals, a fish store which serves oysters hot from the grill at a counter.
  530. Furthremore, the names of Kyo-Tanabe Station and Shintanabe were changed back to official names used during the late Keihan Uji Transport Co. Ltd. period, 'JR Kyotanabe' and 'Kintetsu Shin-Tanabe.'
  531. Furu ike ya/kawazu tobikomu/mizu no oto (Ah! The ancient pond, as a frog takes the plunge, sound of the water)
  532. Furu monogatari (old tales)
  533. Furuhata-jinja Shrine (Kanan-cho, Minamikawachi-gun, Osaka Prefecture), Aburahi-jinja Shrine (Koga City, Shiga Prefecture), and Yahosa-jinja Shrine (Iki City, Nagasaki Prefecture) enshrine Amenooshihi no Mikoto.
  534. Furuhata-jinja Shrine is located in a place where the branch family of the Otomo clan used to live.
  535. Furuhito no Oe no Miko
  536. Furuhito no Oe no Miko (year of birth unknown - October 7, 645) was a member of the Imperial family in the Asuka period.
  537. Furuhito no Oe no Miko ran back to own palace (Omiya city) and said, '韓人殺鞍作臣 吾心痛矣' (a Korean person killed Iruka. I feel grief).
  538. Furuhito no Oe no Miko was next to Empress Kogyoku during that ceremony, during which time younger paternal brother, Naka no Oe no Oji (later Emperor Tenchi) and FUJIWARA no Kamatari killed SOGA no Iruka.
  539. Furuhito was indifferent to anything other than his academic interests, and therefore, the Sugawara family was financially supported by the court, despite his successful career.
  540. Furuhito's father was HAJI no Ukiniwa.
  541. Furuhito's son was SUGAWARA no Kiyokimi (alternatively called Kiyotomo).
  542. Furuichi (Yanai City) Kanaya (Yanai City), Yanai City, 1984, merchant town
  543. Furuichi (Yanai City) Kanaya (Yanai City), Yanai City, Yamaguchi Prefecture, merchant town
  544. Furuichi Mausoleum Regional Office (Habikino City, Osaka Prefecture, Mausoleum of Emperor Ojin, jurisdiction=Osaka, Hyogo, Wakayama, Kagawa, Tokushima, Ehime, and Kochi Prefectures),
  545. Furuichi School: Soan FURUICHI, the son-in-law of Soen ENJOBO
  546. Furukawa (Furukawabashi, Osaka Prefecture)
  547. Furukawa Kogyo (Mining) did not admit to having caused the cadmium damage, however they were held responsible by the Gunma Prefectural government.
  548. Furukawa Mining paid 51 percents of the total cost of 4.34 billion yen of the land improvement project and the government and Gunma Prefecture paid the most of the rest (Kiryu City and Ota City also paid a fraction)
  549. Furukawa Zaibatsu
  550. Furukawa even showed the papers of the composition they had made at that time.
  551. Furukawa implemented construction non stop for 24hrs and they even used electric lighting which was still unusual in those days and they were made to complete all construction in time.
  552. Furukawa offered to pay 1.5 million yen to express their sympathy, however the residents of Morita Village refused it as they would not receive it unless Furukawa pays it as a part of their reparations.
  553. Furukawa promoted the modernization of mining operations, and rich deposits were discovered by 1885.
  554. Furukawa was believed to have had a design for an assassination of the Emperor with Takichi MIYASHITA, Suga KANNO and Tadao SHINMURA.
  555. Furukawa zaibatsu that built a fortune due to the booming (1904 to 1905) resulted from Japanese-Russo War had pollution problems caused by the Ashio Copper Mine Mineral Pollution and conciliated public opinion by donation to the public.
  556. Furukawa's Claims
  557. Furukawa-matsuri Festival (January 28, 1980)
  558. Furukuri no ki no furukirikuchi (the old cut end of an old chestnut tree).
  559. Furumachi Geigi remain in existence in Niigata City.
  560. Furumichi ONO
  561. Furunokoto
  562. Furunokoto, also called Hifumi no Haraekotoba or Hifumi no Kamigoto, is said to be kotodama, soul or power of language for resuscitation.
  563. Fururu Market (9:00 to 17:00)
  564. Fururu Office
  565. Fururu handicraft workshop
  566. Fururu zone for experiencing exchanges
  567. Fururufarm Inc.
  568. Furusensui (dry landscape)
  569. Furutomade hitoniwamisete hanagumori
  570. Furutsu area, Gifu City
  571. Furutsugu's biography was written in his obituary on Nihon Montoku Tenno Jitsuroku (fifth of the six official national history books).
  572. Furutsutsumi-kaido Road (Tatsumagoe Furutsutsumi-kaido Road) and Nakagaito-mura Village (Kawachi Province) - Tawaraguchi-mura Village
  573. Furuutsubo
  574. Furuzuke
  575. Furyokoi shonen (juvenile delinquent), and juvenile delinquents
  576. Furyu
  577. Furyu (116)
  578. Furyu (spectacular dancing) (33)
  579. Furyu Dance (folk art) (116 entities)
  580. Furyu Nana Komachi (Seven Komachi)
  581. Furyu butsu (Yoshioka Shoseki-ten, 1889)
  582. Furyu is one of the aesthetic values that became popular after the Middle Ages in Japan.
  583. Furyu school of shishimai
  584. Furyuodori especially became extremely popular from the late Muromachi period to the early Edo period, so much so that "Furyu" came to mean "Furyuodori."
  585. Fusa Province (Kazusa Province, Shimofusa Province, Awa Province)
  586. Fusa no mai
  587. Fusaakira reached Jushii (Junior Fourth Rank) and the official of Konoefu (Headquarters of the Inner Palace Guards).
  588. Fusafuyu ICHIJO
  589. Fusafuyu ICHIJO (1489 - December 3, 1541) was a figure of the Sengoku period (period of warring states).
  590. Fusahachi, having a vigorous argument with Nui, accidentally kicked Daihachi's side.
  591. Fusahiro TAKATSUKASA
  592. Fusahiro TAKATSUKASA (September 6, 1710 - June 9, 1730) was a Court noble who lived during the Edo period.
  593. Fusai SUGIKI
  594. Fusai School: Fusai SUGIMOTO of the Sotan Shitenno (it is uncertain whether it presents itself or not)
  595. Fusaie ICHIJO (1475 to 1539)
  596. Fusajiro KAJIMA
  597. Fusajiro KAJIMA (25 October, 1869 - 29 July, 1932) was a Japanese businessman and a politician who was born in Shobara Village (currently Shobara City), Hiba District, Hiroshima Prefecture.
  598. Fusajiro KANEMATSU
  599. Fusajiro KANEMATSU (June 25, 1845 - February 6, 1913) was a Japanese businessman.
  600. Fusako TAKATSUKASA
  601. Fusako TAKATSUKASA (October 12, 1653 - May 19, 1712) was a member of the Japanese Imperial Family.
  602. Fusako TOKUDAIJI
  603. Fusako TOKUDAIJI (1481 - April 8, 1566) was a Kita no Mandokoro (legal wife of regent or chief adviser to the Emperor) of Hisamichi KONOE, who was a Kanpaku (chief adviser to the Emperor) during the Sengoku Period (Period of Warring States).
  604. Fusako received the Imperial order to be given a nyoingo, Shinjosaimonin on March 25 of the same year along with the emperor's abdication.
  605. Fusamichi ICHIJO
  606. Fusamichi ICHIJO (1509-December 11, 1556) was a Kugyo (court noble) and a Kanpaku (chancellor) of the Sengoku period (Period of Warring States).
  607. Fusamichi ICHIJO was a younger brother of Kanesada's grandfather, Fusafuyu ICHIJO, and a member of the Tosa Ichijo clan.
  608. Fusamoto ICHIJO
  609. Fusamoto ICHIJO (1522 - May 9, 1549) was a person who lived in the Sengoku Period (Period of Warring States) in Japan.
  610. Fusamoto extended the Ichijo clan's power base by putting down Mototaka TSUNO who rose in rebellion in 1542 and the subsequent surrender by the Tsuno clan in 1546 but suddenly committed suicide in 1549.
  611. Fusamoto was a person of wisdom and courage.
  612. Fusamoto was the Governor of Tosa Province.
  613. Fusamoto was the heir of Fusafuyu ICHIJO (and his mother was Princess Tama, the daughter of the Imperial Prince Fushimi-no-miya Kunitaka).
  614. Fusamoto was the older brother of Harumochi OUCHI.
  615. Fusamoto's court rank was Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank), non-Councilor.
  616. Fusan
  617. Fusan is the distribution of ofuda (paper charms) on which the words '南無阿弥陀仏、決定往生六十万人' are written, practiced in the Ji sect, a Pure Land sect of Buddhism.
  618. Fusanao KOIDE
  619. Fusanao KOIDE (October 18, 1849 - September 27, 1905) was the tenth (the last) feudal lord of Sonobe Domain in Tanba Province.
  620. Fusanao KOIDE (became the lord of the domain on March 28, 1856 - dismissed from the post of governor in 1871)
  621. Fusanori KOIDE (became the lord of the domain on September 20, 1843 - died on October 10, 1855)
  622. Fusanosuke KUHARA
  623. Fusanosuke KUHARA (July 12, 1869-January 29, 1965) was a Japanese businessman and statesman before the war.
  624. Fusanosuke KUHARA subsequently became a charter member and joined the school's board of directors of the school; he expressed his intent to offer Nirakuso to the school, but in the end, it didn't happen.
  625. Fusanosuke KUHARA, who was nicknamed 'Monster' in the prewar and postwar political world, was Denzaburo's own nephew.
  626. Fusanosuke NATSUME (cartoonist, critic of cartoon, scholar of cartoon, he wrote an essay stating that he is psychologically close to his famous grandfather, whom he never met,) Mariko HANDO (essayist,) Yoko Matsuoka McClain (Professor Emeritus at the University of Oregon)
  627. Fusanosuke NATSUME commented that "this is a great work in the postwar manga history".
  628. Fusanosuke NATSUME developed a unique method of comic analysis which focuses on comic's frame and line and comic-specific symbolic expression called 'manpu' in the 1990s, which was the beginning of a quest for manga studies.
  629. Fusao HAYASHI (Toshio GOTO): A student of Tokyo Imperial University.
  630. Fusao HOSHO was his son.
  631. Fusaoki KOIDE (became the lord of the domain on July 16, 1821 - retired on September 20, 1843)
  632. Fusasada KOIDE
  633. Fusasada KOIDE (March 31, 1684 - December 18, 1744) was the fourth feudal lord of Sonobe Domain in Tanba Province.
  634. Fusasada KOIDE (became the lord of the domain on April 22, 1705 - died on November 19, 1744)
  635. Fusasada UESUGI
  636. Fusasada UESUGI (1433, date of birth unknown - December 4, 1493) was a person in the Muromachi period and the Sengoku period (period of warring states in Japan).
  637. Fusasada died in 1494, and as his heir Sadamasa died ahead of him, his youngest son Fusayoshi succeeded him.
  638. Fusasada entered the Kanto region in 1455 and spent the following 16 years battling in various parts of the region against warlords on the Shigeuji's side who took refuge in Koga-jo Castle and declared themselves 'Koga kubo.'
  639. Fusasada generously protected them, thereby contributing to the cultural advancement in Echigo.
  640. Fusasada successfully made Eijuomaru inherit the Kanto region, but the misgivings by Kunikage NAGAO came true in the end when Shigeuji ASHIKAGA (Eijuomaru) came of age and schemed to subjugate the Uesugi clan, which triggered the Kyotoku War.
  641. Fusasaki as Depicted in Noh Theater
  642. Fusasaki is also known as a character from the Noh play "Ama."
  643. Fusasaki opens the letter.
  644. Fusasuke TAKATSUKASA
  645. Fusasuke TAKATSUKASA (June 22, 1637 - March 1, 1700) was a Kugyo (high court noble) during the Edo period.
  646. Fusatake (Fusamoto) KOIDE (January 8, 1775 - June 9, 1821) was the seventh feudal lord of Sonobe Domain in Tanba Province.
  647. Fusatake KOIDE
  648. Fusatake KOIDE (became the lord of the domain on November 24, 1775 - died on May 1, 1821)
  649. Fusateru HOSHO
  650. Fusateru HOSHO was a Noh actor of the Hosho school of shite-kata (lead actors).
  651. Fusatomo KOIDE
  652. Fusatomo KOIDE (1618 - February 25, 1695) was the second feudal lord of Sonobe Domain in Tanba Province.
  653. Fusatomo KOIDE (became the lord of the domain on June 9, 1667 - retired on October 27, 1673)
  654. Fusatoshi KOIDE
  655. Fusatoshi KOIDE (November 28, 1659 - March 13, 1713) was the third feudal lord of Sonobe Domain, Tanba Province.
  656. Fusatoshi KOIDE (became the lord of the domain on October 27, 1673 - retired on April 22, 1705)
  657. Fusatoshi was the first son of Fusatomo KOIDE who was the second feudal lord.
  658. Fusatsue (a ceremony for confession) (the fifteenth of April, May, July, September, October and December)
  659. Fusatsune (1347/1348 - 1366): Shonii (Senior Second Rank) and Gon no Dainagon
  660. Fusatsune KOIDE (became the lord of the domain on December 7, 1767 - died on September 29, 1775)
  661. Fusayoshi ISHIKAWA <Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade), Director of the Imperial Palace Keeper's Bureau> "appointed as the lord of the domain on October 23, 1710 - transferred on February 15, 1711"
  662. Fusayoshi KOIDE (became the lord of the domain on December 26, 1744 - died on October 15, 1767)
  663. Fusazane DATE, a member of the branch Date clan, served the Gohojo clan as an acting lord of the Iwatsuki Castle during the Invasion of Odawara by Hideyoshi, and his descendants were later known as the Date clan of hatamoto (direct retainers of the bakufu).
  664. Fuse
  665. Fuse-jo Castle remains
  666. Fusehara family
  667. Fusehime-zakura (Cherry Tree of Princess Fuse) (Ichikawa City, Chiba Prefecture)
  668. Fusen unagi (swallowers)
  669. Fusen was his imina (personal name).
  670. Fusetakeyumi (Lowered Bamboo Bow) in the Heian Period: 10th Century-
  671. Fuseya
  672. Fuseya established by Gyogi
  673. Fuseya operated by temples themselves were put under the supervision of the temple, but when they were operated by a kokufu, a supervisory temple would be built near the site or a nearby temple would be assigned to look after it.
  674. Fusha/Kensha/Hansha
  675. Fushikaden
  676. Fushikaden (Flowering spirit)
  677. Fushikaden (The Flowering Spirit)
  678. Fushikaden is a treatise on Noh (traditional masked dance-drama) written by Zeami.
  679. Fushikaden' (The Flowering Spirit) by Zeami
  680. Fushimen (curved part of noodles made by hanging to dry)
  681. Fushimen is a byproduct of somen, which is a wound part formed at the time of hanging on rods and then cut off later.
  682. Fushimen is also referred to as "somen fushi" or "kiriotoshi" (literally meaning cut-off) depending on the area.
  683. Fushimi (currently revised as Kinsatsu),' 'Eguchi (Noh)' and 'Matsukaze (Noh)' are some of the works for which Kannami composed music.
  684. Fushimi (name of an area in Kyoto City) togarashi (sweet peppers)
  685. Fushimi Betsu-in of Higashi Hongan-ji Temple
  686. Fushimi Bugyo
  687. Fushimi Castle was also an important base for the Tokugawa side in the Osaka no jin Battle.
  688. Fushimi Goten Fusuma Painting - Fukuyama-jo Castle (Fukuyama City, Hiroshima Prefecture)
  689. Fushimi Half-interchange - Jonangu Minami Half-interchange - Jonangu Kita Half-interchange
  690. Fushimi Higashi Post Office(601-13)
  691. Fushimi Inari Taisha Shrine
  692. Fushimi Inari Taisha Shrine is a Shinto shrine located in Fushimi-ku Ward, Kyoto City.
  693. Fushimi Inari Taisha Shrine retains the beliefs that existed before the separation of Shintoism and Buddhism (syncretism of Shinto and Buddhism), and there are even visitors who kneel in front of these stone monuments and recite Hannya Shingyo (Heart Sutra).
  694. Fushimi Inari Taisha Shrine's separation from the Association of Shinto Shrines was not a falling out and the two parties enjoy a good relationship.
  695. Fushimi Inari Taisha Shrine: The head shrine of all Inari-jinja shrines in Japan
  696. Fushimi Inari-taisha Shrine
  697. Fushimi Inari-taisha Shrine in Fushimi Ward, Kyoto City is considered to be the headquarters of all the Inari-jinja Shrines across the country.
  698. Fushimi Inari-taisha Shrine, which is the grand head shrine of Inari-jinja Shrine, regards it as a goddess.
  699. Fushimi Jikkoku-bune Boat
  700. Fushimi Jikkoku-bune Boat, facilities of Gekkeikan Sake Co., Ltd. including Gekkeikan Okura Sake Museum, and Breweries of Matsumoto Sake Brewing Co., Ltd. are designated officially as ''Heritage of Sake Brewing in Fushimi'', Heritage of Industrial Modernization.
  701. Fushimi Minato Park
  702. Fushimi Momoyama Athletic Park
  703. Fushimi Momoyama Athletic Park is located in Momoyama-cho, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture.
  704. Fushimi Momoyama Station - Keihan Main Line (Kintetsu Tanbabashi Station, which is next, is the official station of transfer to the Keihan Main Line).
  705. Fushimi Momoyama no Misasagi (Imperial Household Agency mausoleum of the Emperor Meiji)
  706. Fushimi Momoyama-jo Athletic Park
  707. Fushimi Momoyama-jo Castle
  708. Fushimi Momoyama-jo Castle Land (an amusement park located in Fushimi Ward, Kyoto City)
  709. Fushimi Momoyama-jo Castle Land was an amusement park located in Fushimi Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture, which was owned by Kintetsu Group (operated by Momoyamajo Co. Ltd., a subsidiary of Kinki Nippon Railway Company).
  710. Fushimi Momoyama-jo Castle escaped destruction thanks to a movement by the people of Kyoto to preserve it as a symbol of Fushimi.
  711. Fushimi Otesuji shopping street
  712. Fushimi Port (Fushimi-ko Park, Fushimi Minato Park)
  713. Fushimi Post Office(612-00, 612-08, 612-09, 612-80, 612-81, 612-82, 612-83, 612-84)
  714. Fushimi Station (Kyoto Prefecture)
  715. Fushimi Station (Kyoto Prefecture) - Kintetsu-Tanbabashi Station - Momoyamagoryomae Station
  716. Fushimi Station (Kyoto Prefecture) - Momoyama Station - (Kohata Station (JR West))
  717. Fushimi Station (Kyoto Prefecture), a station on the Kintetsu Kyoto Line, is located approximately 700 meters southwest of this station.
  718. Fushimi Station was abolished.
  719. Fushimi Station was opened.
  720. Fushimi Station, located in Shibatayashiki-cho, Fukakusa, Fushimi Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture, is a railroad facility on the Kintetsu Kyoto Line of Kintetsu Corporation.
  721. Fushimi Ward
  722. Fushimi Ward Office
  723. Fushimi Ward Office, Daigo Branch (the integrated Daigo office)
  724. Fushimi Ward in Kyoto City, Uji City, Joyo City, Yawata City, and Ujitawara-cho in Tsuzuki-gun
  725. Fushimi Ward is located in the southern part of Kyoto City.
  726. Fushimi Ward is one of the eleven wards that constitute Kyoto City.
  727. Fushimi Ward is referred to as a ramen battleground in Kyoto, along with Ichijoji, Sakyo Ward.
  728. Fushimi Ward is the most populated of ordinance-designated cities (excluding Tokyo Special Ward) following Kohoku Ward, Yokohama City and Aoba Ward, Yokohama City (Yokohama City).
  729. Fushimi Ward office
  730. Fushimi Ward, Kyoto City
  731. Fushimi Ward, Kyoto City - Kumiyama-cho, Kuse-gun - Yawata City - Kyotanabe City - Yawata City - Kyotanabe City - Yawata City
  732. Fushimi Ward, Kyoto City ? Kumiyama-cho Kuse-gun ? (Under construction) ? Yawata City ? Kyotanabe City ? Yawata City - Kyotanabe City ? Yawata City
  733. Fushimi Ward, Kyoto City absorbed Koga-mura and Hazukashi-mura.
  734. Fushimi Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture
  735. Fushimi accepted the abdication of Hanazono, but wanted Gofushimi's first son Kazuhito (aged 5) as the next Crown Prince.
  736. Fushimi continued to attend to government affairs, but the government did not stabilize and the bakufu ordered a change in Chiten and Emperor in 1301, with the Crown Prince Kuniharu (aged 17, Emperor Gonijo) ascending the throne and Gouda starting a cloistered government.
  737. Fushimi no Miya
  738. Fushimi no Miya had a deep relationship with the Imperial family and has the crest of a family, the picture of the chrysanthemum, drawn from the wrong view of the flower.
  739. Fushimi no Miya is one of the Miyake (house of imperial prince).
  740. Fushimi no Miya used to be where current Hotel New Otani is, and there is a relic of the Fushimi no Miya family in the garden.
  741. Fushimi was a key point to enter Kyoto from the Tokai-do Road, and in Sankin-kotai (daimyo's alternate-year residence in Edo), it was prohibited to proceed to the Kyoto side from Fushimi, to prevent daimyo from making contact with the Imperial court.
  742. Fushimi-Inari Post Office
  743. Fushimi-Inari Station (Keihan Main Line)--some five minutes on foot to the west
  744. Fushimi-Inari Station - Shichijo Station - Gojo Station (Keihan)
  745. Fushimi-Inari Taisha Shrine
  746. Fushimi-Inari Taisha Shrine (Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture)
  747. Fushimi-Inari Taisha Shrine: 2.69 million
  748. Fushimi-Momoyama (Goryo) Mausoleum (Emperor Meiji Mausoleum, Momoyama Mausoleum)
  749. Fushimi-Momoyama Post Office
  750. Fushimi-Momoyama-jo Castle
  751. Fushimi-Momoyama-no-Misasagi (Imperial Mausoleum of Emperor Meiji)
  752. Fushimi-Momoyama-no-Misasagi (mausoleum) (the mausoleum of the Emperor Meiji)
  753. Fushimi-cho became Fushimi City according to the enforcement of municipal organization, and seceded from the country.
  754. Fushimi-ginza-cho
  755. Fushimi-higashi post office: 601-14
  756. Fushimi-inari Station
  757. Fushimi-inari Station - Tobakaido Station - Tofukuji Station
  758. Fushimi-inari Station, located in Fukakusa-ichinotsubo-cho, Fushimi Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture, is a stop on the Keihan Main Line, which is operated by Keihan Electric Railway.
  759. Fushimi-jo Castle
  760. Fushimi-jo Castle ruins
  761. Fushimi-jo Castle then became the stage for the beginning of the Sekigahara Battle.
  762. Fushimi-jo Castle was a castle in what is now Fushimi Ward, Kyoto City.
  763. Fushimi-jo Castle was a huge building built by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, and the battle should have come to an end in a short period of time given the difference in the size of the forces; however, the attacking force faced a hard time against the defensive force.
  764. Fushimi-jo Castle was constructed by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI.
  765. Fushimi-jo Castle was originally built by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI for his own residence after retirement.
  766. Fushimi-jo Castle's functions moved to Osaka-jo Castle after the Siege of Osaka, reducing this castle's importance in the eyes of the Edo Shogunate; and it was therefore razed in 1625 after Ieyasu TOKUGAWA's retirement.
  767. Fushimi-jo Castle: Destroyed after the Battle of Sekigahara
  768. Fushimi-juku (Kyo-kaido Road)
  769. Fushimi-juku Station - Yodo-juku Station - Hirakata-juku Station
  770. Fushimi-kaido
  771. Fushimi-kaido Road
  772. Fushimi-kaido Road (Honmachi-dori Street (Kyoto) and Sujikai-bashi Street)
  773. Fushimi-kaido Road runs parallel about 1 km east of the Road along the foot of mountains.
  774. Fushimi-ko Port
  775. Fushimi-ko was a port categorized as a river port that once existed in Fushimi Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture.
  776. Fushimi-momoyama Station
  777. Fushimi-momoyama Station - Tanbabashi Station - Sumizome Station
  778. Fushimi-momoyama Station, located in 4-chome, Ryogae-machi, Fushimi Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture, is a railway stop on the Keihan Main Line of Keihan Electric Railway.
  779. Fushimi-port Park
  780. Fushimiban
  781. Fushimiban are block printed books printed at the Enko-ji Temple (now Ichijoji, Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City), which was established on a corner of the Fushimi School in Fushimi Ward of Yamashiro Province by order of Ieyasu TOKUGAWA in the early Edo period.
  782. Fushimiguchi, Gojoguchi
  783. Fushimiinari-taisha Shrine
  784. Fushimiko Park
  785. Fushiminomiya (the descendants of Fushiminomiya Imperial Prince Sadanaru)
  786. Fushiminomiya Imperial Prince Kuniie
  787. Fushiminomiya Imperial Prince Kuniie's son
  788. Fushiminomiya Imperial Prince Sadafusa
  789. Fushiminomiya Imperial Prince Sadafusa (April 9, 1372 - September 28, 1456) was a member of the Imperial family during the Muromachi period.
  790. Fushiminomiya Imperial Prince Sadatake
  791. Fushiminomiya Imperial Prince Sadatake (January 29, 1701 - September 7, 1754) was a member of the Imperial Family who lived during the middle of the Edo period.
  792. Fushiminomiya Prince Hiroaki (Hiroaki FUSHIMI)
  793. Fushiminomiya Residence: This place no longer exists.
  794. Fushimono (a group of songs that emphasize the lyrics)
  795. Fushin
  796. Fushin (普請) is from Buddhist terminology and the reading "fushin" was introduced through Zen Buddhism, therefore To-on (Japanese reading of kanji [Chinese characters] imported from China by Zen priests) (唐音) is used (See Dipankara and similar works).
  797. Fushin (普請), generally meaning (普) asking (請) people for help, referred to group projects by believers of Zen Buddhism, and later, came to include work done by the beneficiaries of jisha or a community.
  798. Fushin (普請), where fu (普) means widely and shin (請) means asking for help, refers to a request for widespread and equal community service (monetary support, labor support, financial assistance), where a whole community is asked to build and maintain public infrastructures.
  799. Fushin as an official title
  800. Fushin as mutual aid (also referred to as yui [結])
  801. Fushin as mutual aid and local autonomy
  802. Fushin as public works project and fushin as local autonomy
  803. Fushin as relief measures
  804. Fushin bugyo
  805. Fushin bugyo (shogunate administrator of activities by a community, such as cleaning or fixing stone wall) status, 200 bales, 146 out of 200 bales tashidaka Shinshichi Naotomi MATSUBARA (41).
  806. Fushin bugyo were in charge of constructing the stone walls and moats around castles, jinawa hari (marking and roping off a construction site), building and engineering foundations, as well as constructing water supply pipes.
  807. Fushin bugyo:
  808. Fushin cho (record):
  809. Fushin cho is a book or an account book in which information about yui fushin is recorded in detail.
  810. Fushin doraku (recreational):
  811. Fushin doraku refers to a dilettante or a person who has an interest in architecture who spends large sums of money for building a house in sukiya zukuri style (in the style of a tea ceremony house) and the like, or for rebuilding a house many times over.
  812. Fushin ezu (plan):
  813. Fushin ezu means a plan for fushin.
  814. Fushin in various places
  815. Fushin make (loss):
  816. Fushin make refers to a superstitious belief that when fushin related to a house has been completed, something bad will happen despite this happy event.
  817. Fushin often implies the meaning of osukui (relief) fushin.
  818. Fushin other than jifushin
  819. Fushin that is not public but is executed by okami
  820. Fushin was also used as a title for laborers during castle construction and so forth in the Muromachi and Edo periods.
  821. Fushin-an, Omote-senke (head of a tea school)
  822. Fushin:
  823. Fushinan and Zangetsutei (Omote Senke, Kyoto City): Important Cultural Properties
  824. Fushinan tea room of Omotesenke school
  825. Fushinan tea room of Omotesenke school and Konnichian tea room of Urasenke school are located side by side at Teranouchi-dori agaru near its northern end.
  826. Fushinchu (Under Reconstruction) ("Mita Bungaku (literary magazine)," June 1910).
  827. Fushinjo
  828. Fushinjo and Kyukakujo
  829. Fushinjo is the general term to represent three letters written from Kukai to Saicho.
  830. Fushinuki (yugake shooting glove)
  831. Fushio
  832. Fushiya Signal Station was abolished.
  833. Fushiya Signal Station was established between Hatta and Haruta Signal Stations.
  834. Fushizuke (柴漬) is a method of catching fish inside brushwood that is bundled and dunked in water.
  835. Fusho
  836. Fusho (One person each was assigned to the Left and Right Divisions.)
  837. Fusho (low-level official) (temporarily assigned from the Ministry of the Military; the number of personnel was unknown)
  838. Fusho (year of birth and death unknown) was a Buddhist priest who lived during the Nara period.
  839. Fusho and Yoei, who shared all joys and agonies, were good friends, and it is said that Fusho cried openly when Yoei passed away.
  840. Fusho and Yoei, who went with a Japanese envoy to Tang Dynasty China in 733, had been ordered by the Imperial Court to invite a suitably qualified person to Japan to establish an official kairitsu.
  841. Fushu (barbarians)
  842. Fushu were superior in fighting on horseback, and the warabite-to (curved sword), an unsheathed sword used on a horse, became the original shape of Kenukigata-Tachi (hair-tweezers-shaped Tachi [big sword]) that developed into Japanese swords.
  843. Fushu's hunting and military arts were centered on horseback riding and Kisha (shooting an arrow while riding a horse), and thus many samurai who came to the forefront at the time were heavily influenced by the Fushu's skills in battle.
  844. Fusimi Park
  845. Fusing of the bright designs of Kyoto yuzen and stencil dyeing is generally called 'Kyo-Komon.'
  846. Fuso (aerial burial)
  847. Fuso Chemical Co., Ltd.
  848. Fuso Ryakki (A Brief History of Japan)
  849. Fuso Ryakki is a history book privately selected in the Heian period.
  850. Fusokan (F)
  851. Fusokan (the abbreviated title is F)
  852. Fusosha's history textbook takes the same theory as the former government-designated textbook, but the map in Fusosha edition specifies Takachiho-no-mine Mountain on the coast near Miyazaki City, and the Kanmu troop tuned back near Kanmon-kaikyo Strait and headed east.
  853. Fussa City, Tokyo (Fussa Tanabata Matsuri)
  854. Fusui (literally, wind and water) is an application of Onmyo-gogyosetsu (the theory of Yin-Yang [negative-positive] and the five elements) in Dokyo.
  855. Fusuma
  856. Fusuma (originally one of Japanese bedcovers)
  857. Fusuma and Shitsurai
  858. Fusuma and White Color
  859. Fusuma-shoji during this period were made with a big-boned combined framework for a wooden door and a pasted silk cloth covering.
  860. Fusuma-shoji referred to shoji on which torinoko paper was pasted for finishing the surface, patterns were drawn by richly colored mineral paints on an applied gold foil over it or the pictures were drawn in colors or with Sumi directly on the surface of the torinoko paper.
  861. Fusuma-size torinoko paper with suminagashi processing (staining method by which Sumi or a pigment is dropped onto water surface, and the appearing pattern is transferred to paper or cloth) was favorably received and even exported around 1897.
  862. Fusuma: a rectangle awase used for bedclothes.
  863. Fusumae (images on fusuma sliding doors) and paintings on the ceilings by Eitoku KANO and Mitsunobu KANO inside
  864. Futa koji method
  865. Futa koji method is a method used mainly for ginjoshu or higher quality.
  866. Futaba Shobo (bookstore) is among the outlets on the third floor, and handicraft shops can be found in the basement.
  867. Futaba-cho - Futaba-gun, Fukushima Prefecture
  868. Futabayama heiwa to (Hiroshima City, Hiroshima Prefecture)
  869. Futaeorimono (double technique brocade)
  870. Futaeorimono was used for women's karaginu (a waist length Chinese style jacket), omotegi (outer garment) and kouchigi (informal outer robe) as well as for boys' hakama (men's formal divided skirt) before genpuku (coming of age).
  871. Futagawa made his debut as a film director at the age of 24, and Inoue, 21.
  872. Futagawa-juku Station on Tokai-do Road, old hatago 'Seimeiya' (Toyohashi City, Aichi Prefecture) --- Tangible cultural properties designated by city
  873. Futago no Shima: The Danjo Archipelago
  874. Futago-ji Temple
  875. Futahaba and Chuhaba were used at congratulations and condolences such as wedding presents and Chugen (Bon gifts), Nishihaba for shopping and Yohaba for moving and homecoming visits.
  876. Futai-ji Temple
  877. Futai-ji Temple is located in Horen-cho, Nara City and belongs to Shingon Ritsu sect.
  878. Futai-ji Temple: A temple associated with ARIWARA no Narihira
  879. Futamata Station
  880. Futamata Station - Oeyamaguchi-naiku Station - Karakawa Station
  881. Futamata station, located in Futamata (Kyoto Prefecture), Oe-cho, Fukuchiyama City, Kyoto Prefecture, is a railroad station on the Miyafuku Line, which is operated by Kitakinki Tango Railway (KTR).
  882. Futamataguchi, which HIJIKATA army defended desparately, continued to win a series of battles.
  883. Futami (Station)- Kawabata (Station) 72C freight line
  884. Futami - Kawabata
  885. Futamune-zukuri (Kagoshima Prefecture)
  886. Futananoka (a memorial service on the 14th day after the death), Minanoka (a memorial service on the 21st day after the death), Shinanoka (a memorial service on the 28th day after the death) and Munanoka (a memorial service on the 42nd day after the death) can be held in front of a family alter with only relatives' attendance, though it is preferable to invite a monk.
  887. Futananoka (the fourteenth day from the date of one's death)---'Ihoki (the 14th day from the date of one's death)'
  888. Futaoki (lid rests)
  889. Futaoki (rest for the lid of a teakettle)
  890. Futaoki made of bamboo is particularly called Hikikiri; bamboo used for Futaoki is invariably cut so that its roots turn upward.
  891. Futaoki, one of the tea ceremony equipment, is a rest on which the lid of the iron tea pot or the dipper end of the water ladle is placed; it is made of bamboo, metal, or ceramic.
  892. Futarasan inscription
  893. Futari Bakama (Trousers for Two)
  894. Futari Nyobo (Two Wives)
  895. Futaro YAMADA compares Tenguto no Ran with the 'Chosei' of Zedong MAO, which is very interesting.
  896. Futaro YAMADA wrote as follows:
  897. Futasegawa mountain stream
  898. Futatsuchocho Kuruwa Nikki (Futatsuchocho) (Diary of two butterflies in the pleasure quarters)
  899. Futatsudama (two bullets)
  900. Futatsume
  901. Futatsumei Norimune is a Japanese sword believed to have been manufactured by Norimune ICHIMONJI in Bizen Province.
  902. Futen (Northwest) (wVayu)
  903. Futher, the company asked formerly mentioned Shozo MAKINO who managed 'Senbon-za Theater' which showed films in Kyoto.
  904. Futo 145 was equipped with a hand brake.
  905. Futo-Udon (thick Udon noodles)
  906. Futodama
  907. Futodama immediately pulled shimenawa (a sacred rice-straw rope) taut in front of the door of the cave, and told her not to step inside any more.
  908. Futodama is a god that appears in Japanese mythology.
  909. Futodama is the patriarchal deity of Inbe clan.
  910. Futohime (Princess Futohime)
  911. Futohime no miko was her sister-uterine.
  912. Futokoro-mochi
  913. Futoku Sagaku (gakusho's life attitudes)
  914. Futomaki
  915. Futomaki (thick rolled sushi) (crab with mayonnaise, California rolls, Kinchaku (sushi wrapped in thin omelette), Inari (a pouch of fried tofu filled with sushi rice), Battera (pressed sushi topped with mackerel), Oshizushi (pressed sushi), Barazushi (a style of sushi where the topping is placed in a bowl over a bed of rice), Gomokuzushi (a style of sushi where ingredients mixed in the body of rice).
  916. Futomaki (thick sushi roll) refers to sushi roll with a diameter of about five centimeters or above, and contains more than one filling.
  917. Futomakizushi
  918. Futon (Japanese bedding) (novel)
  919. Futon-Making use of wind.
  920. Futon-kabuse
  921. Futozao (broad-neck) shamisen is used.
  922. Futozao shamisen is also called "futo" because it sounds heavy (In contrast, hosozao [thinnest type of shamisen] is called "hoso").
  923. Futsu Unshu (literally, ordinary unshu)
  924. Futsu bunsho-ron (On Ordinary Prose) (Hakubun-kan, October 1980)
  925. Futsujoin garden
  926. Futsunomitama
  927. Futsunomitama appears in Michiyo AKAISHI's manga comic "Towa kamo shirenai" (May Be Eternal).
  928. Futsunomitama is a divine sword described in the "Kojiki" (The Records of Ancient Matters) "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan) and mythology.
  929. Futsunomitama was later buried in the kinsokuchi (tabooed land) at the back of the haiden (a hall of worship) of the shrine, but in 1874 it was excavated by Masatomo KAN, the chief priest of the shrine at the time, and enshrined in the honden (main shrine building) and it is still worshipped today as goshintai.
  930. Futsunushi is a god enshrined in Katori-jingu Shrine.
  931. Futsunushi is also enshrined, along with Takemikazuchi and other deities, at Kasuga Taisha Shrine.
  932. Futsunushi no kami
  933. Futsunushi no kami is a deity that appears in Japanese mythology.
  934. Futsunushi no kami is the main deity at Katori-jingu Shrine and on the other side of the Tone-gawa River, Kashima-jingu Shrine enshrines Takemikazuchi no kami.
  935. Futsushu
  936. Future Buddha
  937. Future Outlook
  938. Future generations publicly honoring the incident
  939. Future issues surrounding sumo
  940. Future plan
  941. Future projects, etc.
  942. Future research is required in order to find out whether these acts resulted from whether he was especially "a competent person" or many other Lower-ranking government officials for practical work did the same thing.
  943. Future schedule
  944. Fuwa to noru (meaning softly riding, a story of yielding to flattery)
  945. Fuwa-no-seki checking station was located at the western entrance of the basin and Nogami was on the eastern edge.
  946. Fuxing is said to be Jupiter (or Saisei according to the Twelve Divisions (the Jupiter Stations, which involved dividing the zodiac into twelve areas along the ecliptic)) which is mostly depicted in the image of a black-haired person wearing an extravagant official robe situated in the middle of the three gods.
  947. Fuyacho-dori Street
  948. Fuyacho-dori Street is one of streets in Kyoto City running in the north-south direction.
  949. Fuyo District (Sud Chungcheong of the Republic of Korea)
  950. Fuyo Hosho of Kudara, who lost his kingdom in the Battle of Hakusukinoe, defected to Koguryo, but was captured and imprisoned.
  951. Fuyo KO
  952. Fuyo KO (April 30, 1722 - June 13, 1784) was a Confucian scholar, tenkoku (seal-engraving) and painter in the mid Edo period.
  953. Fuyo KO - Iryo GEN- Kakuan OMATA - Tanin FUKUI - Kanzan YAMADA - Shohei YAMADA
  954. Fuyo KO ?刻 "Kokon koshi inki" 1760
  955. Fuyo KO, known as insei (master of sealing), loved itoin, and included impressions of seal on the inpu (compilation of seal marks) he compiled.
  956. Fuyo OGURI
  957. Fuyo OGURI wrote 'Koizame' in his attempt to follow after Katai's 'Futon' by focusing on the 'love of a middle-aged person', yet this theme was partial compared to the dense themes of 'Futon' and OGURI could not participate in the community of naturalism movement.
  958. Fuyo Wakashu
  959. Fuyo Wakashu is a collection of waka (Japanese poems) based on fictional stories in the mid Kamakura Period.
  960. Fuyo Wakashu is included in Higuchi Yoshimaro, ed., "Ocho monogatari shukasen" (Iwanami bunko), together with "Monogatari Nihyakuban Utaawase."
  961. Fuyo Wakashu originally consisted 20 volumes just like other anthologies of poems collected by Imperial command, but the existing one lacks the last two volumes.
  962. Fuyo at first went into medicine and studied in a private school of Choshunin TAKEDA (武田長春院), a doctor of shogunate, when he was 20 years old.
  963. Fuyo had masters under him such as Kenkado KIMURA and Taiga IKE, as well as disciples such as Shikin KATSU, Koretada SO, Zoroku HAMAMURA, Kyoshu MAEKAWA and Iryo GEN, so the school flourished and spread throughout the country after the late Edo period.
  964. Fuyo interacted with lots of men of literature such as Kien YANAGISAWA, Kenkado KIMURA, Baisao, Kenjo DAITEN and Kanga NAGATA.
  965. Fuyo was also known to have been a teacher for Mokubei AOKI.
  966. Fuyu (winter) Otabe, filled with black beans and mashed sweet chestnut.
  967. Fuyu no Hi Sho (A Commentary on Basho's Winter Days) (Iwanami Shoten, Publishers, September 1924)
  968. Fuyu no Jin
  969. Fuyu no Kyoku (Winter Music) (koto)
  970. Fuyu no ken (Japan)
  971. Fuyu no ken (the right of tax exemption) was the right of shoen (manor in medieval Japan) to be exempted from all or part of the land tax to be paid to the government.
  972. Fuyuhiro DAIGO
  973. Fuyuhiro DAIGO (June 12, 1679-November 1, 1756) was a high-rank Court noble in the middle of the Edo period.
  974. Fuyuhiro DAIGO and Kintomo TOKUDAIJI were among his children.
  975. Fuyuhiro Tsumaki (妻木冬広), father of Mitsuhide's ex-wife, killed himself in front of his daughter's grave in the Saikyo-ji Temple a couple of days after the surrender of the Sakamoto-jo Castle.
  976. Fuyuhiro, therefore, was one of great-grandchildren of the Emperor.
  977. Fuyumoto DAIGO
  978. Fuyumoto DAIGO (August 2, 1648-August 30, 1697) was a high-rank Court noble in the early Edo period.
  979. Fuyumune OINOMIKADO
  980. Fuyumune OINOMIKADO (1357-June 10, 1405) was Kugyo (top court official) who lived from the period of the Northern and Southern Courts to the Muromachi period.
  981. Fuyunobu OINOMIKADO
  982. Fuyunobu OINOMIKADO (1309-August 9, 1350) was Kugyo (top court official) during the period of the Northern and Southern Courts.
  983. Fuyusoden
  984. Fuyusoden was a rice field exempted from tax according to the Japanese ritsuryo system (a system of centralized government based on the ritsuryo code).
  985. Fuyusuke SHONI
  986. Fuyusuke SHONI (date of birth unknown ? September 30, 1375) was a busho (Japanese military commander) in the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan).
  987. Fuyutada OINOMIKADO
  988. Fuyutada OINOMIKADO (大炊御門 冬忠, 1218 - October 23, 1268) was a Kugyo (high court noble) in the middle of Kamakura period.
  989. Fuyutsugu created Nanen-do Hall within the grounds of Kofuku-ji Temple, the temple of the Fujiwara clan.
  990. Fuyutsugu flourished as kurodo no to (head chamberlain) of Emperor Saga, and thus gained power.
  991. Fuyutsugu restored the Seyaku-in (Pharmacy Institution) and opened its doors to the poor.
  992. Fuyutsugu was installed as Kurodo no to (Head Chamberlain, the chief of the newly-founded Kurodo dokoro (Chamberlain's Office)) in 810, which was the head secretary to the Emperor (or the Chief Cabinet Secretary), and compiled and presented a considerable group of laws and regulations, the Konin kyaku-shiki.
  993. Fuyutsugu was the second son of FUJIWARA no Uchimaro of the Northern House of the Fujiwara clan (he is listed as the third son in "Okagami" (The Great Mirror)).
  994. Fuyutsune ICHIJO
  995. Fuyutsune TAKATSUKASA
  996. Fuyutsune TAKATSUKASA (1283 - July 17, 1319) was a kugyo (court noble) who lived at the end of the Kamakura period.
  997. Fuyutsune was Shonii Dainagon (Senior Second Rank, Major Counselor).
  998. Fuyutsune was born as the second son of Kanetada TAKATSUKASA in 1283.
  999. Fuyuyasu ATAGI - led fudai (hereditary vassals) and hatamoto unit as well as kokujin-shu from Awaji Province at the battlefront.
  1000. Fuyuyasu SHIGENOI was his child.

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