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  1. According to the genealogy reflected the recent study, their territory was confiscated by the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) at the time of Tokimitsu TOSHIMA who was a son of Asatsune (grandson in the previous genealogy), and the lineage of Asatsune had ended.
  2. According to the genealogy, 'The grave of Taro TOGO Saemon no Jo (Lieutenant of Outer Palace Guards, Left Division) is in Wada, Togonai, Hoki Province. He was killed by Kurodo (Chamberlain) Nakakichi NOZU and Motoyasu OGAMONOSUKE in the Battle of the Mount Tsuhokami that occurred in the Hoki Province on February 22 (old lunar calendar), 1179.'
  3. According to the general analysis value, one kilogram of dry food contains approximately 26 percent of crude protein, 13 percent of crude fat, 33 percent of nitrogen-free extract and 15 percent of crude fiber and it is rich in nutrients.
  4. According to the general interpretation of "kimi" in poems compiled in Kokin-Wakashu, the word "kimi is used in a broad sense and it does not necessarily mean the emperor," and nothing can be said for sure about anything more than that.
  5. According to the government newsletter published by an Independent administrative institution, the National Printing Bureau, the following items are run when there was Gyokokei of the Emperor and Empress.
  6. According to the grammar of the Chinese language, which is the origin of a pair of these Chinese characters, a verb should be placed before a noun and this is the reason why 'juzu' is written as '数珠.'
  7. According to the gravestone in Ryugen-ji Temple, the date of death is the day of the Incident and his Kaimyo (posthumous Buddhist name) is 良忠院義栄道輝居士.
  8. According to the green tea labeling standard of the Japan Tea Industry Central Association, hojicha is a type of green tea and is defined as being 'produced by roasting sencha or bancha leaves at high heat.'
  9. According to the guidelines for the students taking an entrance exam and official web-site of Kyoto University, however, 'students of the university' are qualified to enter dormitories.
  10. According to the head of the family, although he was nominated for a barony by the government after the Meiji Restoration, the family was so destitute that they could not afford the processing fee for the peerage and he also mentioned that he was proud of ancestors for not having been arrogant about their power.
  11. According to the head of the family, although he was nominated for a barony by the government after the Meiji Restoration, the family were so destitute that they could not afford the processing fee for the peerage and he also mentioned that he was proud of his ancestors for not having been arrogant about their power.
  12. According to the historical document "Jokyuki," Masako was devastated by the news, saying that: 'Losing Udaijin, the only child I had left, I have nothing to live for.
  13. According to the historical document of the shrine, it was built in 897 under imperial command by Emperor Uda.
  14. According to the historical document on this shrine, it was built when Michizane was alive, and thus, it's called the 'oldest Tenmangu shrine in Japan.'
  15. According to the historical documents and pictures, "Umaosa" dressed in a similar costume was sometimes described as Hitotsumono.
  16. According to the historical epic, "Taiheiki" (the Records of the Great Peace), he is said to have been poisoned together with his brother, Imperial Prince Tsuneyoshi.
  17. According to the historical material, Masazane's great-grandfather was Omi Nyudo (lay-monk) Shutsu, and there is a strong possibility that Hyogo no kami Tsunezane was Masazane's child or grandchild, considering the name and the government post.
  18. According to the historical materials of the period, it was described that the Tanabe clan did not sometimes accompany their lord for its daily work.
  19. According to the historical materials such as "Nihonkoki," it seems that the policies of the government which Sonohito led were Hyakushobumin and the oppression of influential families which had been proposed since he was Sangi.
  20. According to the historical narrative work "Ima Kagami" (The Mirror of the Present), Moroko caught Tadazane's eye from early on, made a request to her grandmother, MINAMOTO no Yoshiko, and Moroko shifted from the Retired Emperor.
  21. According to the historical picture materials, however, the residences of nobles had Hiwadabuki (construction with the bark of hinoki, Japanese cypress), therefore it can be said that Kawara was used only for public buildings.
  22. According to the historical record left by Daiten "Tokei Wagaenoki," Jakuchu was interested only in painting and showed no interest in public affairs.
  23. According to the historical text "Shoku-Nihongi," FUJIWARA no Otsugu passed away in the year 843 so, if the above legend were to be believed, the temple would have to have been built in accordance with instructions left before his death.
  24. According to the history and genealogy of Choho-ji Temple, the Sakanoue family in Hirano had their residence next to Choho-ji Temple until the Meiji period started.
  25. According to the history books compiled during the Nara Period including "Kojiki" (Records of Ancient Matters) and "Nihon Shoki" (Chronicles of Japan), Nozuchi is a nickname of Kaya no Hime (the goddess of grass) and a spirit of fields and of mountains.
  26. According to the history books, "Kojiki" (Record of Ancient Matters) and "Nihonshoki" (The Chronicles of Japan), Wani is believed to be a teacher to the Prince of Emperor Ojin using the books "Rongo" (The Analects of Confucius) and "Senjimon" (The Thousand Character Classic); however, this remains unconfirmed.
  27. According to the history of Hongan-ji Temple and the origin of Koraku-ji Temple (Shinonoi Shiozaki, Nagano Prefecture), Saibutsu is identified with Yukinaga (or Michihiro) UNNO, the son of Yukichika UNNO, who was descended from the Shigeno clan, a famous clan in Shinano Province.
  28. According to the history of Japanese architecture, China was highly influential during the Asuka period the Tenpyo period (729 - 749) period, but Japan went on to develop its own style during the Heian period before China once again came to exert an influence on the country.
  29. According to the history of Kiko-ji Temple (Nara City), Michizane was born in the area currently known as Sugawara-cho, Nara City.
  30. According to the honjo, four pairs of eight gods were born.
  31. According to the house of Kongzi in "Shiki" (Records of the Grand Historian," Koshi had 3000 disciples, and the 'ones who were familiar with the Six Arts (rites, music, archery, charioteering, literature and mathematics)' were called Shichijisshi (approximately seventy disciples of Koshi with outstanding talent).
  32. According to the hypothesis, in matching the numbers of the emperors with those in Kojiki and Nihon Shoki, there were rise and fall of three dynasties of which the 10th Emperor Sujin, the 16th Nintoku, and the 26th Keitai were as the first emperor respectively.
  33. According to the idea of equality of all Japanese people, samurai warriors' privileges should be abolished, and their sense of perquisite was a bottleneck in military reforms.
  34. According to the imperial ordinance installing the nobility 'Kazokurei' promulgated after the Meiji period, three of the Matsunoki family, the Sono family, and the Mibu family ranked as count and the six branches of the Jimyoin family ranked as viscount.
  35. According to the information disclosed at that time, Ichizawa Hanpu Co., Ltd. had a staff of ten as of the same month.
  36. According to the information of Naomasa Ii, there was a prospect that they might be given a pardon, but Ujimasa and his younger brother, Ujiaki, committed Seppuku on August 10.
  37. According to the inscription of kinsakumei tekken discovered from Inariyama-kofun, it is true that local Gozoku (local ruling family) in the middle of the fifth century made a family tree for eight generations.
  38. According to the inscription of the stone monument "Shinmen Musashi Harunobu Niten Koji-Hi" ("Kokura Hibun") written by Iori in 1654 (nine years after Musashi had died), Musashi's father was a heihoka (tactician), Muni SHINMEN.
  39. According to the inscription on the base of the principle object of worship in the main building of Myoho-in Temple's Rengeo-in (Sanjusangen-do), the first son of Kokei was born in 1173, and it is therefore estimated that Unkei was born sometime in the middle of the 12th century.
  40. According to the inscription, Narimori reestablished the holy shrine of the temple which had been burnt to ashes in July, 1171 because it was difficult for the temple to reestablish it.
  41. According to the inscription, it was NAKATOMI no Oshima's wish that the temple be established for Prince Kusakabe.
  42. According to the intercalary sixth month of the same year, Yoshiharu retrieved the position of Shugo (provincial constable) for Tango Province that had been taken by the Takeda and Hosokawa clan.
  43. According to the interpretation of a part of the schools and groups of the Hokke Sect line, Buddhism explains the "punishments" in detail from the idea of Inga Oho (law of retributive justice), and Akka-ho which libels the True Dharma is explained in "Hoke-kyo" (the Lotus Sutra).
  44. According to the interpretation of kyogaku (education and learning) by Hongan-ji school, Sekisen school and Kuge school are the two major schools of Jodo Shinshu Hongan-ji schools.
  45. According to the introduction section of Kakugan, in the preface of the work, the compiler 梅屋念常 traveled around various areas and made a survey of historical sites of Buddhism.
  46. According to the investigation conducted in February, 2009, it was confirmed that there were stones covering the slopes of the front part and the banks connecting the tumulus mound with the outer banks..
  47. According to the iron swords and inscriptions on the swords which were excavated at the Eta Funayama Tumulus in Kumamoto Prefecture, however, they used the title of "Yamato Okimi" (amenoshita shiroshimesu okimi) (literally, the Grate King of Yamato) inside Japan around in the late fifth century.
  48. According to the itsubun (unknown or lost writings) of 'Joguki' (Record of the Crown Prince), his fifth generation granddaughter, Furihime no mikoto got married with Hikoushio, and had a son, who later became Emperor Keitai.
  49. According to the job class system of the Edo bakufu, the oniwaban was one of the Hiroshiki officials (inner apartment supply officers for Edo-jo Castle) which were organized with only men and belonged to Ooku, the harem of shogun.
  50. According to the job rank system in 1672, there were 12 appointed to this post, earning executive allowance of 100 bales of rice and two of the kanjo-kumigashira were appointed to take charge of Edo Castle whereas the rest appointed to cover the Osaka region and the Kanto region (at least 4 appointees).
  51. According to the kanajo, it was originally planned to be called 'Shofu (正風) Wakashu' which means 'right wind' (historic pass for waka poetry), but it also could be called 'Shofu (傷風)' (literally injured wind) in the Wu reading, so they changed it into 'Fuga' to avoid the negative meaning.
  52. According to the kansai style, a plain rolled omelet is often served instead of date-maki.
  53. According to the koden (memorial records) in "Nihon Koki" (Later Chronicle of Japan), he was an ordinary man, but had a good personality.
  54. According to the kojitsu (old customs and manners) of the Yoshida Tsukasake family, who was the head family of the sumo world, a push, a punch, and a kick used to be the three traditional techniques of sumo before the rules of prohibited techniques were established.
  55. According to the language of toji and other workers in a brewery it is also called "motodate."
  56. According to the later annotation, this takes a case of taking in and raising an abandoned child, and an escape of hereditary genin (manservant) into account.
  57. According to the later biography, Atsutane came to know Norinaga MOTOORI in 1801 and he tried to join his disciple but Norinaga died in the year, therefore he became a member of Suzuyajuku school as a disciple after Norinaga's death.
  58. According to the latest studies, it is said that karate was first introduced to the Japanese mainland during the Meiji period by former Ryukyu warriors who boarded at the Tokyo residence of Tai Sho, the Marques of Okinawa.
  59. According to the latter records, she resigned from the presence of the Empress in 621 or in 622.
  60. According to the latter theory, Bokkaishi (an envoy from Bokkai to Japan) was triggered by the Japanese envoy to Tang Dynasty China in 720, but this has been refuted as well.
  61. According to the latter theory, the UTSUNOMIYA and SHIONOYA clans reconciled through this adoptive tie.
  62. According to the latter view, it is believed that when Takuan served takuwaezuke (literally, pickle to preserve) of daikon to Iemitsu taking the opportunity of his visit to Tokai-ji Temple, Iemitsu was satisfied with it and said 'It should be named Takuanzuke rather than takuwaezuke,' but this is no more than hearsay.
  63. According to the latter, he had one more thumb in his right hand and was called 'Muttsu-me (sixth)' by Nobunaga.
  64. According to the leading expert on Keiho TAKADA, Ms. Yumiko KUNIGA (Chief Curator of The Museum of Modern Art, Shiga), however, Shohaku was using a technique characteristic of TAKADA Keiho and his students and thus must at least have studied the painting style of Keiho TAKADA.
  65. According to the leading view that because of giving the area name 'Kyo' which means 'capital,' Tokyo was established as the capital with this edict, but there are opposing views.
  66. According to the legend "Akechi Samanosuke no Kosui Watari" (Samanosuke AKECHI's Crossing of Lake), when he moved to Sakamoto-jo Castle, he avoided the roads occupied by the soldiers of Hideyoshi, and instead crossed Lake Biwa on horseback.
  67. According to the legend handed down in Takachiho-cho, Miyazaki Prefecture, Mikeiri no mikoto (Mikenu no Mikoto) did not go to Tokoyo (that means he went to the heaven), but he got lost from his brothers and retuned to the departure place, Takachiho.
  68. According to the legend in Niibo-mura, Sado ga-shima Island, Niigata Prefecture (Present Sado City), a dragon lantern (mysterious fire which is said to be lit by a dragon) came flying almost every night at a plum tree in the Konpon-ji Temple.
  69. According to the legend in Niibo-mura, Sadogashima Island, Niigata Prefecture (current Sado city), ryuto flew to Japanese plum tree in Negoro-ji Temple every night and someone shot it with a bow and arrow and it was proved to be a heron.
  70. According to the legend of Kiyohime (Princess Kiyo), the woman of main character was said to be a daughter of Seiji of Masago shoji (according to an ancient tradition, this is supposed to be Seiji's wife or widow).
  71. According to the legend of Shozen-in Temple (Mizukami-mura, Kuma-gun), it was built to appease the cat's vengeful spirit haunting the Sagara clan, which was believed to cause the death of young Tadafusa SAGARA, who was the 19th successor.
  72. According to the legend surrounding this pond, Benkei showed his face on the water surface of the pond, realized there was graffiti on his face and saw red.
  73. According to the legend that after the prince's death the official court ranks of kengyo and koto had been given to the persons who served him, the highest rank in todoza was supposed to be kengyo.
  74. According to the legend that originated the number, Changgong GAO was a great commander who was capable of defeating a massive enemy force just by 500 horsemen to surround Rakuyo (Luoyang).
  75. According to the legend transmitted at Ishigami-jinja Shrine, Inishikiiribiko no mikoto was living next to Ishigami-jinja Shrine, in the premises situated to the southeast of the haiden (hall of worship), and when he got senile, he wanted his younger sister Onakatsuhime to take the charge of the religious service.
  76. According to the legend, 'Arimitsu had a dream that while he was praying for Hachimanjin (the god of Hachiman-gu Shrine) day and night looking for the best place for his political base, he found a place with three reeds, where a spring was flowing.'
  77. According to the legend, Masakado's decapitated head was put on public display at Shichijogawara in Kyoto, but it looked as if his eyes were wide open and he was grinding his teeth even after many months.
  78. According to the legend, in 91 B.C. (the seventh year in Emperor Sujin's reign) Otatane no mikoto, who was the fifth descendant of Omononushi no mikoto, was appointed the great Shinto priest of Omiwa-jinja Shrine.
  79. According to the legend, it is said that Gyoki, a Buddhist priest, founded the temple at the request of Emperor Shomu in the Nara period, but the details are not clear.
  80. According to the legend, it was danced by the ancestors of Abe clan at Daijo-sai Festival when Empress Jingu triumphantly returned after the conquest of Silla.
  81. According to the legend, the mikoto shut down an evil bird, who long troubled the people in the territory, and the three dogs he accompanied ate up its wings, and therefore, the place used to be called 'Hakui' (eat wings).
  82. According to the legend, the pan never left his head for the rest of his life.
  83. According to the legend, this signifies that Kannon, like Jizo, will come down to the world of mortals and walk around giving salvation to all living things and is a unique style which is not seen in other sects (including other schools of Shingon Buddhism).
  84. According to the legend, when Kiyochika was sketching a snowscape of the riverside of the Sumida-gawa River from Mukojima on a snowy day, Yasuji watched him sketching so intently for nearly two hours that Yasuchika spoke to him, which made Yasuji become a disciple of Kiyochika.
  85. According to the letter, the Emperor would soon dispatch a hunting envoy to Ise, and she was told to give them a special reception (This hunting envoy is believed to have been ARIWARA no Narihira, her cousin's husband and Emperor Heizei's grandson).
  86. According to the letter, the Emperor would soon dispatch a hunting envoy to Ise, and she was told to give them a special reception.
  87. According to the letters from Nariaki which were attached to her portraits, he seemed to call her "Yoshiko."
  88. According to the list, fuji, kiri, takanoha, mokko, and katabami are all ranked as "representative family crests" in more than half of the 46 prefectures.
  89. According to the literature and the research on the land, it is apparent that the Kannonji-jo Castle has been renovated several times to be the Kannonji-jo Castle today.
  90. According to the lore, Bishamonten, one of the Four Heavenly Kings, appeared in front of Prince Shotoku on the hour of Tiger (3am-5am) of the day of Tiger of the year of Tiger, and thanks to the divine protection of Bishamonten, the prince defeated the Mononobe clan.
  91. According to the lunar calendar, Sanetsune received a one-month suspension from work on June 2 (which was in effect until July 3).
  92. According to the lunisolar calendar that was being adopted in China and Japan, November (in old lunar calendar) is defined as the month of Toji.
  93. According to the main body of "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), Okuninushi was a son of Susanoo (a deity in Japanese Mythology).
  94. According to the main text gisho theory, the mythology of the "Kojiki" contained mythologies that were newer than the "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan).
  95. According to the main text of "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), she is mentioned as Yosotarashihime, who was a daughter of Okitsuyoso, an ancestor of the Owari no Muraji.
  96. According to the main text of the "Nihonshoki," Ichikishimahime was the third-born, but the second addendum mentions she was the first-born, and the third addendum describes her as being born first with the name of Okitsuhimabime.
  97. According to the main text of the Nihonshoki, she was born first, named Tagori-hime (田心姫) and enshrined in Okitsumiya.
  98. According to the mainstream thinking (such as that of the Icchi-ha sect), these are regarded as general ideas in one's mind, and if one recites the Nichiren chant in front of the principal image--as determined by the Nichiren sect--the place will become 'Honmon no Kaidan.'
  99. According to the majority of the traditional theories, it is viewed that Ise Shinto was created as the result of Watarai clan, who sought private interests, asserting that the status of the deity enshrined in the Outer Shrine was above that of the Inner Shrine.
  100. According to the membership list of the Nohgaku Performers' Association issued in 2005, the number of the Noh actors who are at the Hosho school is as follows:
  101. According to the memoir of a western teacher who taught at Kaigun Denshu-sho (the Naval School in Edo) at the end of the Edo period, Japanese people were strong in algebra, but they were slow to understand geometry.
  102. According to the modern method of construction, a continuous footing is built from concrete as the base, and walls, such as curtain walls built from synthetic building materials or wood plates and mortar-finished Okabe-zukuri walls, are often employed.
  103. According to the modern military system, warriors who are allowed to fight on horseback (Umamawari and above) correspond to officers and Kachi correspond to noncommissioned officers.
  104. According to the myth, Amaterasu Omikami became angry, knowing the cruel deed of Tsukiyomi and condemning him (or her) as a bad god; from that day on, the sun and moon have come to live one night apart from each other.
  105. According to the myth, Ieyasu TOKUNAGA died from a bad deep-fried sea beam.
  106. According to the mythology, 'ho' in the name implies fire, but 'deri' means to 'shine,' and therefore it means ripening of the rice plant to a red color or burning fire that is shining brightly.
  107. According to the mythology, 'ho' in the name implies fire, but 'ori' means to bend something until it almost breaks.
  108. According to the new timetable revised in October of 1970, just after Expo'70, newly born Special Rapid trains were put into operation interspacing the then current timetable, so that some local trains were forced to shunt at Ashiya, Shin-Osaka, Takatsuki to let both the New Rapid and Rapid trains to pass.
  109. According to the newly revised timetable, the runs during the rush-hour were extended to Kakogawa at one end and to Kusatsu at the other end, as well as one local service every hour during daytime.
  110. According to the novel "Shinsengumi Keppuroku (Record of Shinsengumi Bloodshed)" written by Ryotaro SHIBA, the cause of his death was inflammation of the middle ear, and his habit of washing his ears out with water worked negatively (This is a fiction originated by Kan SHIMOZAWA).
  111. According to the number of blades pointing radially, they are called sealed cross blades, roppoken (six-blade shuriken), happoken (eight-blade shuriken), and ten-blade shuriken among other types.
  112. According to the numbers shown on the two dices, two stones were moved, or one stone was brought forward as many points as the total numbers on the two dices.
  113. According to the obituary records in the Nihon Sandai Jitsuroku (Veritable Records of Three Reigns in Japan), he was promoted in 879 to junior fourth rank, lower grade and appointed the governor of Mutsu Province, but was transferred to the governorship of Yamato Province in 880, and later died in Yamato.
  114. According to the official history from the Han generation through until the Sui generation, Wa and Tai were described as `Santo' (literally, mountain, island), which backs up the idea that Wa and Tai were in Kyushu as they were clearly perceived as islands at that time
  115. According to the official history of china, Wa and china exchanged envoys since the Han dynasty.
  116. According to the official ritsuryo code, government officials were obliged to keep official documents and drafts and prepare corresponding mokuroku every 15 days.
  117. According to the okugaki (postscript) of the transcript possessed by The Kyoto University Library, Seimei compiled "Senji ryakketsu" in 983.
  118. According to the okugaki (postscript), a person called Asaba Minbu shoyu (Junior Assistant Minister of Popular Affairs) scribed the book as the last diary of Kamakura kubo (Governor-general of the Kanto region) Mochiuji ASHIKAGA in September 1451.
  119. According to the okugaki that FUJIWARA no Teika attached on the Gyobutsubon (Emperor's book stock) of "Sarashina Nikki," "Hamamatsu Chunagon Monogatari" (The Tale of Hamamatsu Chunagon) and "Yowanonezame" (Awaken at the midnight) were written by her as well.
  120. According to the old Japanese syllabary characters, it is considered that his name had been pronounced as 'Foshikafa no Maro.'
  121. According to the old Japanese syllabary characters, it is considered that his name had been pronounced as 'Ifowi no Kudira.'
  122. According to the old Japanese syllabary characters, it is considered that his name had been pronounced as 'Kashifade no Maro.'
  123. According to the old Japanese syllabary characters, it is considered that his name had been pronounced as 'Ofokoma no Momoe.'
  124. According to the old Japanese syllabary characters, it is considered that his name had been pronounced as 'Okisome no Ofoku.'
  125. According to the old Japanese syllabary characters, it is considered that his name had been pronounced as 'Wofari no Ofosumi.'
  126. According to the old Japanese syllabary characters, it is considered that his name had been pronounced as Chifisakobe no Safichi.
  127. According to the old genealogical tree in Shoka bon (book written in the Shoka period), 17 quires of Narabi no Kan (Resemblance chapters) are counted out from 54 quires of Genji Monogatari, and Uji jujo is counted as 1 quire of 'Uji, ' and thus the total number of quires comes down to 28.
  128. According to the old lunar calendar, the event used to be held on July 13 (around present-day August), before the Obon Festival on July 15 (old calendar).
  129. According to the old man, Emperor YAMATO Takeru came to the beach and arrived in Nori-no-hama.
  130. According to the opening lines of "Kakimon-in shu" (Kakimon-in Collection), which explained how the collection was compiled, we can tell that a close relationship existed between Kakimon-in and Sanetame ANO.
  131. According to the opinion identifying Tang confectionery as its origin, karinto was brought over from China by a Japanese envoy to Tang Dynasty China in the Nara Period and was enjoyed by the upper class people in Kyoto.
  132. According to the opinion, although the Imperial Court had ordered the provincial governor (Sahichi) to arrange the force to defeat Prince Oama, the governor in question decided to support the Prince Oama's rebellion.
  133. According to the orally transmitted legends of the Satake family, Yoshimitsu's posthumous Buddhist name was "Sugen-in dono Yoshimitsu Sonryo."
  134. According to the ordinance on nobles after the Meiji Restoration, the Urin Family was ranked in principle as a count (but the Iwakura Family, the descendant of Minister of the Right Tomomi IWAKURA, was specially offered the title of a prince).
  135. According to the organization established in December of the same year, he belonged to nibangumi (group 2) headed by Kashitaro ITO.
  136. According to the organization established thereafter, he belonged to rokubangumi (team 6) headed by Kanryusai TAKEDA.
  137. According to the organizational structure of the bakufu or Domain of each clan, Kosho secretarial roles involved being an officer who handled the domestic economy (Goyonin), working as an aid to the lord (Sobashu), an attendant to the lord (Kinju shuttoyaku), or being an assistant who announces visitors and conveying messages (Goyotoritsugi).
  138. According to the other historical materials, the execution date is diversified such as on May 3 (The Baishoron [literally, the argument about Japanese plum and pine; a Japanese historical epic written in the mid-fourteenth century] and a family register of deaths of Renge-ji Temple), in May (Horyakukanki [A History Book of the 14th century in Japan]) and in June.
  139. According to the other theory, there is an explanation that women have difficulty practicing severe unobstructed cultivation because 'women tend to be psychic,' like priestesses and Itako (people who can communicate with the dead).
  140. According to the outline of the plan as of March 1, 2007, and the outline and progress of the Kyoto Station terminal improvement work as of March 6, 2008,
  141. According to the painter, the painting on the screen was drawn by Mitsuoki TOSA, who was well-known during the Edo period, and it was quite valuable.
  142. According to the paper, 'Study of Tennyomai' (The Dance of the Heavenly Maiden) by Mikio TAKEMOTO in the 20th Century, Zeami incorporated 'Tennyomai' that Inuo was skilled in and increased the creativity to his play.
  143. According to the parliamentary statements of those days and alteration of the schedule for establishing the Constitution, it seems that the proclaiming day of the Constitution of Japan was adjusted to fall on Meiji-setsu.
  144. According to the part, Korea was under "Ryosetsu system" but it can be recognized as an independent country based on international law.
  145. According to the passage, pilgrimage to Kasuga-jinja Shrine of 'Taiki' (The Diary of FUJIWARA no Yorinaga), they were distinguished as '15 Tonjiki and 500 Tsutsumiii;' they might be different food.
  146. According to the people around Kyoto where nationwide information gathered during the Sengoku period (period of warring states), it was understood that 'the Takeda army and the Uesugi army were stronger than any other army in Japan,' and such public estimation was firm even after the death of Kenshin.
  147. According to the philosophy of rinne (a belief in reincarnation), on the forty-ninth day after death, that person should reincarnate into which world of the rokudo(Six Realms of Reincarnation).
  148. According to the picture scroll of Joko-ji Temple of Seiryu-ji Temple in Kado, Yazu-cho, and the record of Jiju-ji Temple of Hajimomoi, Yazu-cho, it is noted as follows.
  149. According to the picture, a Nekomata (a mythical two-tailed monster cat) placed a gotoku (a tripod, and more particularly, a three or four-legged kettle stand used at a sunken hearth) on the head like a crown and is making fire with a hifuki-dake (bamboo blowpipe used to stimulate a fire) in the sunken hearth.
  150. According to the pictures on potteries discovered in archeological remains and Gishi Wajinden (Records of the Wa people (Japanese), Chronicle of Wei), Wa people had "weapons...that are wooden bows and the bow is shorter at the bottom and longer at toward top."
  151. According to the plan, students of the senior high school generation study at Ritsumeikan Uji High School, practice football on the artificial grass ground (lighting fully-equipped) dedicated to the nurturing organization in Sanga Town Joyo, and live in a dormitory built by Kyoto Sanga F.C.
  152. According to the popular theory, Kawaguchi got on very well with Saigo from the first time they met; and everyday Kawaguchi visited Saigo's cell of the prison of Wadomari which was 3.4 kilometers away from Nishihara and discussed current issues and talked about learning, and he came to teach calligraphy and poetry to Saigo.
  153. According to the popular theory, he was born in 1091, entered into priesthood in 1154 and died on August 3, 1155 (Sonpi Bunmyaku [Bloodlines of Noble and Base]).
  154. According to the postface of this book, however, he was ranked Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade), but in 807 (when he wrote the book), he should have been ranked Shorokuinojo (Senior Sixth Rank, Upper Grade).
  155. According to the postmortem report, he was cut from the forehead to nose and the wound was approximately 21cm in length and 6cm in depth, thus he died instantly.
  156. According to the postscript, it was made in 1481 by a court noble of the Muromachi period, Masayasu ASUKAI (1436-1509), at the request of the Shugo daimyo (a provincial military governor turned daimyo) Masahiro OUCHI (1446-1495), the head of the Ouchi clan.
  157. According to the practical interpretation of the Constitution of Japan and the Law of Japan Self-Defense Forces Article 7, it is prescribed that the Prime Minister holds the rights of the supreme command and director.
  158. According to the preamble, 700,000 copies were sold during the eight years since the first was published.
  159. According to the preface of "Goshui Wakashu" (4th imperial anthology), Kinto described the origin of the title as 'I chose the best of best poets in the past and now, and named it as a collection of gold gems.'
  160. According to the preface of "Imakagami," it was completed in 1170, in the era of the Emperor Takakura, but some say that it was completed later.
  161. According to the preface of "Kaihuso," a peaceful society thanks to the stable government of the Omi period was conducive to developing poetry and numerous works were created.
  162. According to the preface of "Kojiki," Are served the Emperor Tenmu as a toneri (a palace servant).
  163. According to the preface of "Nihon Sandai Jitsuroku," Emperor Uda ordered MINAMOTO no Yoshiari, FUJIWARA no Tokihira, SUGAWARA no Michizane, OKURA no Yoshiyuki, and MIMUNE no Masahira to compile the text.
  164. According to the preface of "Uetsufumi," in 1223, Yoshinao OTOMO, Bungo no kuni no kami (Governor of Bungo Province), who was known to be an illegitimate child of MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, edited it based on the ancient documents "Shinharinoki" or "Takachiho-guji Kabun".
  165. According to the preface, in 819 Emperor Saga ordered FUJIWARA no Fuyutsugu, FUJIWARA no Otsugu, FUJIWARA no Sadatsugu and YOSHIMINE no Yasuyo to compile the history book.
  166. According to the preface, in 871 Emperor Seiwa ordered FUJIWARA no Mototsune, MINABUCHI no Toshina, MIYAKO no Yoshika, and OE no Otondo to compile it.
  167. According to the present timetable, only one train departing from Track No. 2 is a local train, which departs at 6:27 (on weekdays as well as Saturdays and holidays) heading for Umeda Station.
  168. According to the prevailing view, it was 1573 in which Nobunaga ODA ousted the then present shogun, Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA.
  169. According to the principle of Kochi Komin sei, the Imperial Court allotted kubunden (the farm land given to each farmer in the Ritsuryo system) to people and imposed on them an obligation to pay land taxes.
  170. According to the program of the ceremony, which was drawn up by the Kyoto prefectural government, students were to venerate two gods of scholarship and learning, Confucius and SUGAWARA no Michizane.
  171. According to the program, Udon noodle shops at the stations from Kanto to Tokai served the so-called Kanto-type thick soup broth.
  172. According to the program, the color of soup broth changed from Kanto type dark-colored to Kansai type thick-colored at Maibara Station.
  173. According to the public record of the family trees of the Oda clan, Nobuhiro had a daughter, who married Nagahide NIWA as Nobunaga's adopted daughter, but did not have a son.
  174. According to the punitive clauses of the Liquor Tax Act, penalty for only making Doburoku at home is a maximum of five-year imprisonment or a fine of up to \5,000.
  175. According to the ratio of a white coat and a pattern, a cat is sometimes referred to as Bi-color Cat.
  176. According to the recent research, it is pointed out that "Mongol Ulus," the name of the Mongolian Empire, had the meaning of "the aggregation of Mongolian people" and did not include a geographical notion.
  177. According to the recent research, next to a bow and allow and a firearm, the sling was considered to be frequently used.
  178. According to the recent studies, during the Edo period, Japan was an unprecedented recycling-oriented society in the world.
  179. According to the recent study, he is considered to be the real writer of 'Gusei' so called 'Shonen oiyasuku gaku narigatashi' which used to be considered to the work of Chu His (1130-1200).
  180. According to the recent study, however, the conventional understanding for this comprise was far from what the practical comprise was, and it is a prevailing opinion that an agreement was not reached in the Bunpo Compromise and it was just a meeting.
  181. According to the recent theory, whereas the rice cropping was introduced via the northern route to the Korean Peninsula around B.C. 2,000, it was introduced via the southern route to Japan around B.C. 3,500, and if this is true, they can be said to be different things.
  182. According to the recipe for Naporitan in the Hotel New Grand in Yokohama, which is believed to have created the first Naporitan in Japan, its Naporitan was closer to Spaghetti a la Napolitana in France than the ketchup-tasting spaghetti known as Naporitan in Japan now.
  183. According to the recipe from those days, Spaghetti Naporitan in the Hotel New Grand was different from the Naporitan later popularized, but was apparently closer to the Napoli-style sauce described below.
  184. According to the recollection of Saionji himself, a large number of students gathered from various domains as well as the Saionji clan and its retainers and vassals.
  185. According to the record at that time, to prevent corruption of soy-sauce, soy-sauce was firstly boiled, and was poured into a ceramic bottle, being sealed with bitumen.
  186. According to the record by the office of mining pollution of Gunma and Tochigi prefectures in 1899, deaths and stillbirths due to the mining pollution were estimated to be 1064.
  187. According to the record in "Todaiji Yoroku" (the record of Todai-ji Temple), the treasurer was set up in the Toyoinosho in Yamato Province and Omotosho in Kii Province, where Todai-ji Temple had its Shoen manors.
  188. According to the record in FUJIWARA no Sadaie's diary "Meigetsuki" (Chronicle of the Bright Moon), when the news of the death of TAKE no Gosho broke out, the Kamakura samurais were so much shocked upon hearing the bloodline of Yoritomo ruptured that, gokenin in Kyoto all descended to Kamakura in a body.
  189. According to the record of "Todaiji Yoroku" (The Digest Record of Todai-ji Temple), Jitchu, a priest in the Nara period, built it.
  190. According to the record of "Tsugenjishi," he named himself 'Yotsutsujinomiya' after his father, however, the years of his birth and death, etc. are unknown.
  191. According to the record of Dojima rice exchange in Dojima, Osaka Prefecture, the rice price that had been 15 yen per 1 koku (about 180 liter; an old unit showing volume) in January, 1918 rose above 20 yen in June and then 30 yen on July 17, which was an abnormal circumstance.
  192. According to the record of Enao Kato, when Konyo made a business trip to Makuhari Fudodo, he only worked 7 days out of the annual 117 working days, he mainly went to the workshop in the recuperation house and did not really go to the actual locale farm.
  193. According to the record of Higashi Shiokoji-mura Village which used be where the station was standing, parts of the Odoi mound in this neighborhood were dismantled before the railway was opened in 1877.
  194. According to the record of his medical condition, it seems that he developed malaria, which was an endemic disease that was spreading after coming to Japan, probably from China.
  195. According to the record of march in December of the year, he belonged to the group number 5 led by Shuntaro OGATA.
  196. According to the record, Gotobain and Gofukakusain also received Kanjo.
  197. According to the record, he had diplomatic relations with Silla at the same time, and received Cho (a kind of tax, or offerings) of Mimana.
  198. According to the record, sumo matches resumed at Okazaki-jinja Shrine in Kyoto in 1699 and at the present-day Minami Horie-koen Park (Minami Horie, Nishi Ward, Osaka City) in 1702.
  199. According to the record, that tale was told in 1712 by Kanpachiro MURAYA, a tradesman of Kokura; Kanpachiro told that he had been the steersman for Musashi to cross to the island; according to Kanpachiro, Musashi's adopted son Iori had been catching loaches to sell when he had been a child.
  200. According to the record, the oldest graduating student was 41 years old.
  201. According to the record, the sword was about eighty-five centimeters in length, similar to the leaf of an iris, white in color and gathered no rust.
  202. According to the records at the SAKANOUE clan's Uji-dera Temple (temple built for praying a clan's glory), after Masamichi, Yukimatsu SAKANOUE took over the management of Hirano Sho.
  203. According to the records available, fields were supplied to people (called handen) steadily throughout the eighth century (or the Nara period), but the supply of fields stopped after 800.
  204. According to the records from the early 1600s, uchine were equipped for emergencies in the corner of palanquins used by feudal lords when on Sankinkotai or when traveling.
  205. According to the records of the Furukubo family who served as the Kyoto chodai (town officials who assist government officials called Machi Doshiyori or Machi Nanushi in the Edo Period), the fire ravaged an area of 1,424 towns and destroyed 36,797 houses (equivalent to 65,340 families), 201 Buddhist temples and 37 shrines.
  206. According to the records of the reign of Empress Suiko in the "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), in the summer of the seventh year of her reign (599 C.E.), a large earthquake struck the center of Yamato and an order was issued to offer worship to 'the deity of earthquakes' (Nainokami).
  207. According to the records of utaawase (waka poetry contest) hosted by sekkanke (the families which produced the regent and the chief adviser to the emperor), it was the first utaawase since Sekkanke Tsukijusshu Utaawase was held by Sanetsune ICHIJO in 1275.
  208. According to the records, Rissho ankoku ron (the Treatise for Spreading Peace Throughout the Country by Establishing the True Teaching), which was the temple's treasure, had been lent out to Kamakura Fuon-ji Temple (no longer exists) of the Ritsu Sect to transcribe in 1336.
  209. According to the reform by Emperor Heizei, the system of offering Uneme was abolished and accordingly 'Uneme no Tsukasa' was abolished, and the remaining Uneme became to belong to 'Nuidonoryo.'
  210. According to the regional classifications of weather forecasting and such, it is classified as the middle part of the Kinki region.
  211. According to the regional gazetteer of Yamashiro Province (lost writing), Taketsunumi no Mikoto was transferred from Katsuragi in Yamato Province to Kamo Mioya-jinja Shrine (commonly known as Shimogamo-jinja Shrine) in the north of Kyoto via Okada Kamo in Yamashiro Province.
  212. According to the register of war deaths of the East Squad at the Gokonomiya-jinja Shrine, Ichimatsu was killed in the Battle of Fushimi.
  213. According to the registration of Mio-jinja Shrine, he came over to that village to learn Amenarumichi Shinto that Sarutahiko no mikoto initiated, and he died there.
  214. According to the regulations of the Association of Shinto Shrines, the Guji is the executive representative of the shrine as a religious corporation; and as a rule, only the Guji can become the executive representative..
  215. According to the regulations of the police station, however, the suspects must eat in jail, which the captain did not observe.
  216. According to the regulations, "koshimaki" should be as follows: the term of wearing it was May 5 - September 8 (in old lunar calendar); the background color was black; when one wore it, she hung the sode (the sleeves of the kimono) with a special obi (kimono sash) called "sageobi."
  217. According to the religious services of ancient times, where magic rituals prevailed, people who believed the gods did not reside in one particular place performed invocations by having them possess a human body through the so-called Ritual of Possession.
  218. According to the report 'Iwakura Tomomi Jikki' written by Tomomi IWAKURA, in the capital Kyoto, talismans were distributed and people enthusiastically sang out 'yoijanaika, eejanaika, eejanaika.'
  219. According to the report from Nobumitsu TAKEDA mentioned in the section of February 21 of "Azuma Kagami," Kagetoki tried to rise in revolt by supporting Ariyoshi TAKEDA for the shogunate, saying that he was appointed as general commander of the provinces in Kyushu by the Imperial Court.
  220. According to the report from the scholars, all the figures in the wall paintings of the Takamatsuzuka Tomb, both male and female, wear their clothes with right side over the left.
  221. According to the report in the Sankei Shinbun News Paper in January 2007, 100,000 households included in the same village were using Enzaro Jiko.
  222. According to the report of Tatsushige FUJIWARA, Kazusa no kami, the area of rice fields in Kazusa Province was used to be 22,000-cho, but reduced to 18-cho.
  223. According to the report of the National Tax Administration Agency, the consumption amount of sake in Japan in 2006 fell to about half of that in its prime, but the amount of export of sake, mainly ginjoshu, has doubled every year.
  224. According to the research by French physicist Lyd?ric Bocquet, Shinichiro NAGAHIRO (presently at Sendai National College of Technology) and so on, for the best bounce of the stone, the optimum angle between the stone and the water surface is 20 degrees.
  225. According to the research conducted by Nomura Research Institute (1978), 698 books that were classified into the genre of the 'Nihonjin-ron' were published from 1946 and 1978.
  226. According to the research in 2005 by 15th Kichizaemon and others, a part of this work was first applied with Ryokuyu (green glaze) or covered with Hakudei (white clay) for Keshogake (cover the pottery with white clay to show better coloring of glaze), then Nisaiyu (two colored glaze) or Sansaiyu (three colored glaze) was applied.
  227. According to the research of Engyo MITAMURA, Hananoi was the same person as Karahashi (housemaid in O-oku), a senior lady-in-waiting of the Mito Domain, who had relations with Nariaki and got pregnant, and after she returned to Kyoto, she changed her name to Hananoi and went down to Nariaki's place again.
  228. According to the research, she was cremated, and it seems that Sugen-in in life was a fairly small and slightly built, beautiful woman.
  229. According to the researchers, the woman's name was Tsune ISHII and she had a daughter.
  230. According to the researches of Eisho MIYAGI, Daijokanpu dated on March 1 and 5 in 811were both contained in the same "Ruijusandaikyaku," and they are believed to have been issued as a premise of various restrictions provided in imperial orders proclaimed during the Tenpyo Period.
  231. According to the results of the excavation which started from 2005, the SOGA no Iruka's residence was found on Amakashi Hill in Asuka as well as the barracks and weapon storage at 'Tani no Mikado.'
  232. According to the revision of the time schedule made in January 2008, the number of trains was reduced for the first time since the line went directly into the subway, but such reduction was made only in the time zones other than the daytime and the 15-minute interval in the daytime remained unchanged.
  233. According to the ridge tag with the history of the shrine inscribed, it was built in 1448, and is the oldest building in Joyo City.
  234. According to the ritsuryo code (criminal and administrative codes), being the chakunan was a criterion for the oni (granting of the ikai to a son of a man with Court rank), but never a requirement for the succession of ujinochoja.
  235. According to the ritsuryo code, from Ippon Shinno (the first-ranked Imperial Prince) down to subjects the tojiki (the color corresponding to one's official rank) of chofuku was the same as that of raifuku (formal attire).
  236. According to the ritsuryo codes, the volumes contains as follows:
  237. According to the ritual calendar of the Catholic Church, the first day of the four weeks before the Christmas was the start of a year.
  238. According to the rule of Ryoto tetsuritsu (alternate accedence from two ancestries of imperial families), Emperor Komyo in the Jimyoin-to (imperial lineage from Emperor Gofukakusa to Emperor Gokomatsu) adopted Imperial Prince Nariyoshi who was a son of Emperor Godaigo in the Daikakuji-to (imperial lineage starting with Emperor Kameyama) as an heir.
  239. According to the rule of the tai sui of the first year, the Jinshin year was the first year of Emperor Kobun even if it was not the first year of Emperor Tenmu, and the tai sui article should have been placed in the Jinshin year in "Chronicles of Japan" before revision.
  240. According to the rules of Taiho Ritsuryo (Taiho Code) enacted in 701, there were 4 different types of kanin which were called Naiin, Gein, Shoshiin, and Syokokuin.
  241. According to the rules, the gunji would decide only on whipping, the shoshi, in Kyoto, would decide on whipping and flogging, the kokushi on flogging and imprisonment, the gyobusho on imprisonment, the daijokan on banishment, and the Emperor on capital crime.
  242. According to the said imperial edict, Okubo decided to organize the legislative body Genroin (the Senates) (Japan), the judicial branch Daishin-in (Predecessor of the Supreme Court of Japan) and local administrative assemblies.
  243. According to the same book, OTOMO no Koshibi who died on August 19, 777 (in old lunar calendar) was a son of OTOMO no Ojimaro and a grandson of Hitachi no kami Zo-Daikinchu Ofukei who had served the Asuka Dynasty.
  244. According to the same book, kyuso in Yamato Province (present-day Nara Prefecture) was a calico cat with the hair of red, white and black colors, and was said to be always eating cats.
  245. According to the scholars, the Iou were made of different colored clothing to differentiate ranks.
  246. According to the scientific analysis performed by a TV show abroad that was introduced in a Japanese TV show "Sekai Marumie Terebi-tokusobu," Ninjutsu was proven to be the world's fiercest martial art.
  247. According to the scroll, there are no end sleeves and the hem of front panel and back panel, which is not stitched with ketteki (open sleeve seams), is split and looks like strips.
  248. According to the second addendum to the the Nihonshoki, she was born second, named Tagori-hime (田心姫) and enshrined in Nakatsumiya.
  249. According to the second issho (a book quoted in the Nihonshoki) of the Nihonshoki, Izanami delivered Haniyama-hime and Mitsuhame no kami just before her death and Wakumusubi was born between Haniyama-hime and Kagutsuchi.
  250. According to the second production method, space for fermentation, which is required in the case of the first method, is not needed, resulting in much simper (or much more economical) production facilities than those of the first production method.
  251. According to the second theory, it is said that the letter of Migi-daimonji (the right Daimonji) was designed by Yoshimasa's vassal Kamon HAGA based on the handwriting of Keisan OSEN who was a priest at Shokoku-ji Temple ("Meika Iko" (literary remains of Meika UNO) and "Topography of Sanshu-Meisekishi").
  252. According to the second volume of "Kadokawa Nihon Chimei Daijiten No. 26 Kyoto-Fu" (Kadokawa dictionary of place-names of Japan, No. 26 Kyoto Prefecture), there were officially 498 declared towns as of 1980.
  253. According to the second volume of "Kadokawa Nihon Chimei Daijiten No. 26 Kyoto-Fu" (Kadokawa dictionary of place-names of Japan, No.26 Kyoto Prefecture), (hereinafter 'Kadokawa'), it is a town with a sole waterway uninhabited, even though it is not shown on any map.
  254. According to the second volume of "Kadokawa Nihon Chimei Daijiten No. 26 Kyoto-Fu" (Kadokawa dictionary of place-names of Japan, No.26 Kyoto Prefecture), the ward had two-hundred and seventy-six officially declared towns in 1980.
  255. According to the second volume of "Kadokawa Nihon Chimei Daijiten No. 26 Kyoto-Fu" (Kadokawa dictionary of place-names of Japan, No.26 Kyoto Prefecture), there were officially 224 declared towns as of 1980, which still exist as of 2009.
  256. According to the second volume of "Kadokawa Nihon Chimei Daijiten No. 26 Kyoto-Fu" (Kadokawa dictionary of place-names of Japan, No.26 Kyoto Prefecture), there were officially 269 declared towns as of 1980.
  257. According to the second volume of "Kadokawa Nihon Chimei Daijiten No. 26 Kyoto-Fu" (Kadokawa dictionary of place-names of Japan, No.26 Kyoto Prefecture), there were officially 302 declared towns in 1980.
  258. According to the second volume of "Kadokawa Nihon Chimei Daijiten No. 26 Kyoto-Fu" (Kadokawa dictionary of place-names of Japan, No.26 Kyoto Prefecture), there were officially 435 declared towns as of 1980.
  259. According to the second volume of "Kadokawa Nihon Chimei Daijiten No. 26 Kyoto-Fu" (Kadokawa dictionary of place-names of Japan, No.26 Kyoto Prefecture), there were officially 511 declared towns as of 1980.
  260. According to the second volume of "Kadokawa Nihon Chimei Daijiten No. 26 Kyoto-Fu" (Kadokawa dictionary of place-names of Japan, No.26 Kyoto Prefecture), there were officially 569 declared towns as of 1980.
  261. According to the second volume of "Kadokawa Nihon Chimei Daijiten No. 26 Kyoto-Fu" (Kadokawa dictionary of place-names of Japan, No.26 Kyoto Prefecture), there were officially 577 declared towns in 1980. ('1, 2, and 3-chome, Sasaya-cho' and '4 and 5-chome, Sasaya' are counted as one town respectively.)
  262. According to the second volume of "Kadokawa Nihon Chimei Daijiten No. 26 Kyoto-Fu" (Kadokawa dictionary of place-names of Japan, No.26 Kyoto Prefecture), there were officially 608 declared towns in 1980.
  263. According to the second volume of "Kadokawa Nihon Chimei Daijiten No. 26 Kyoto-Fu" (Kadokawa dictionary of place-names of Japan, No.26 Kyoto Prefecture), there were officially 630 declared towns as of 1980. (A town called with 'chome' is counted as a town.).
  264. According to the second volume of "Kadokawa Nihon Chimei Daijiten No. 26 Kyoto-Fu" (Kadokawa dictionary of place-names of Japan, No.26 Kyoto Prefecture), they are mountainous areas uninhabited.
  265. According to the section 'oitono-kirare' (a story that Munemori was executed in the 11th volume) in "Heike Monogatari" (The tale of the Heike), people did not forget that Kiminaga had been Kenin of the Taira family at one time and strongly criticized his change of mind.
  266. According to the section of 'the Record of Eastern Barbarians, the Record of Wakoku (Japan)' in "Suishu" (the Book of the Sui Dynasty), the beginning of the official message of the king of Wa written to Yang Guang, the emperor of Sui, was as follows.
  267. According to the section on 'the characters of budo according to Jigoro KANO,' some people think the essence of budo lies in the game, the "kata" (form) competition or demonstration competition, as in judo, which Jigoro KANO first put as a budo.
  268. According to the sensitivities of Edo people, 'Sukeroku' might have not been a suitable name for such a chic, dashing, splendid-looking man.
  269. According to the sentence, it is considered that both countries were on equal terms.
  270. According to the seventh "alternative writing" of the same Chapter, Iwasaku and Nesaku gave birth to Iwatsutsu no onokami and Iwatsutsu no menokami, who in turn gave birth to Futsunushi no kami.
  271. According to the shrine history of Shiogama-jinja Shrine (Shiogama City, Miyagi Prefecture), the head shrine of shrines that enshrine Shiotsuchinooji, Takemikazuchi and Futsunushi came to Shiogama after they had conquered various provinces with the guidance of Shiotsuchinooji.
  272. According to the shrine's biography and family records at Hikawa-jinja Shrine, descendants of Takeshiba called themselves Noyoto and the child of Takeshiba's daughter (the child of Musashi no suke, Masayoshi SUGAWARA) took over the right to conduct religious services forHikawa-jinja Shrine.
  273. According to the shrine's biography, Ame no Futotama no Mikoto (one of the gods in Japanese mythology), the enshrined deity, had been enshrined in this place since time immemorial.
  274. According to the shrine's biography, Dogyo was held in captivity, and the Kusanagi no tsurugi was kept in the Imperial Court after that.
  275. According to the shrine's biography, Masako HOJO was granted with shingo (literally "shrine name" which is the title given to a Shinto shrine) of Shirahata Daimyojin (the great deity of the white flag) and she founded the shrine in 1200.
  276. According to the shrine's biography, Mikaboshikakaseo (Amatsumikaboshi) took up residence in Mt. Omika of Hitachi Province and reigned Togoku (the eastern part of Japan).
  277. According to the shrine's biography, Okamotsubime, the grandchild of Otataneko founded Kamotsuba-jinja Shrine by an Imperial order during the reign of the Emperor Sujin.
  278. According to the shrine's biography, it was built in 266 B.C.
  279. According to the shrine's biography, the rank of Shorokui (Senior Sixth Rank) was conferred on the deity of this shrine.
  280. According to the situation of each castle, there were differences in scale and shape, and some were high and some were low.
  281. According to the song, the lawful wife of Atsumori, Tamaori-hime (also called as 'Himego-san' in Shobara), traveled various places to find Atsumori relying on rumors that Atsumori was still alive, and finally settled down in Shobara.
  282. According to the standards adopted before World War II, a brewery which used 1,000 koku of rice for sake brewing was said to require around 10 people for their toji group.
  283. According to the statistical investigation carried out in 1926 by Chosen Sotoku-fu (Korean government-general), hakucho who existed in Korean Peninsula at that time were 8,211 families and 36,809 people.
  284. According to the statistics in 1883, only 37.6% of about 418,000 former warriors could become a government employee (including a military man) or an eligible voter who could vote for prefectural assemblies (person who could pay tax of more than 5 yen).
  285. According to the stipulation by 'ebukuryo' (The garment code) of "Yoro ritsuryo code (the code promulgated in the Yoro period)," the ho (robe) of civil officers was called 'e (衣)' while ho of military officers was called 'ou (襖),' which seems to have been ketteki no ho.
  286. According to the stipulation established in the Qin and Han Dynasties, the chief of Ken (a unit of local administration) with over one million houses was called Kenrei.
  287. According to the stipulations of Kujikata-osadamegaki, a woman who remarried before receiving Rienjo from her present husband was shaved her head and returned to her parents' house, and a man who remarried before issuing Rienjo to his present wife was convicted dismissal from his place of residence, i.e., expelled.
  288. According to the story handed down by the Kishi family, a relative family of Kai SHIMADA, Tetsunosuke supported the side of Takamori SAIGO and died in battle.
  289. According to the story handed down in the family, he went away from Kyoto accompanying the Kazanin clan who was supposed to marry off a girl to Naotomo NABESHIMA, the lord of the Kashima Domain of the Hizen Province.
  290. According to the story of Jinmu tosei (a story in Japanese mythology about the first generation of the Imperial family) of Nihonshoki, the Emperor Jinmu made up his mind to go to East because Shiotsutsunooji said that there was good land in the East.
  291. According to the story of Miho-go, Shimane County, in "Izumo no kuni fudoki" (the topography of Izumo Province), she is a daughter of Hetsukushii no mikoto, a son of Okitsukushii no mikoto in Koshi no kuni, and bore Mihosusumi no mikoto to Onamochi no mikoto (Okuninushi).
  292. According to the story of kamiumi (birth of deities) described in the Kojiki, he was born between Izanagi and Izanami and he is a deity of wind.
  293. According to the story of kamiumi (birth of deities) described in the Kojiki, she was born, together with Wakumusubi, from the urine discharged by Izanami who was in pain due to a scalding on her genitals caused by the delivery of Kagutsuchi.
  294. According to the story of tensonkorin (the descent to earth of the grandson of sun goddess) described in Nihonshoki, when Ninigi arrived at Kasasa-no-misaki Cape after descending to Takachiho no mine in Hyuga, Kotokatsukunikatsunagisa appeared and presented his own province to Ninigi.
  295. According to the story the number of birds was similar to the number of yatagarasu, therefore the three birds might have been yatagarasu.
  296. According to the story, Prince Arima, SOGA no Akae, SHIOYA no Konoshiro, MORI no Oishi and SAKAAIBE no Kusuri forecasted the prospects of the rebellion with Hineribumi (twisted strips of paper)
  297. According to the story, Soun, who was returning from the western region of China as a messenger from the Northern Wei Dynasty met Daruma in Pamir.
  298. According to the story, at the time of the marriage, Rikyu gave Soen a chashaku (bamboo tea spoon for making Japanese tea) he had carved for the occasion, which he called 'large furisode,' along with a scroll called 'Fujin shitsuke temae' (tea ceremony procedures for women).
  299. According to the story, blue fire was seen almost every night at a large willow tree called "bakeyanagi" (willow monster) and was feared by the people.
  300. According to the story, ubagabi flew away for about four kilometers in a flash and people whose shoulders the ubagabi went past died within three years.
  301. According to the story, when Dainichinyorai reached enlightenment and became Buddha, all creatures in the three worlds came to a meeting, but Daijizaiten, who was conceited and considered himself to be the master of 3,000 worlds, did not accept the call.
  302. According to the strict definition, the name 'Sai naishinno' was designated as a princess of blood while a female relative of the Emperor was referred to as 'Saio' or 'Saijoo,' and in general, they were collectively called Saio.
  303. According to the studies, there are various possibilities regarding its origin, derived from Southern China, Central Asia, Greece, India, or Indochina.
  304. According to the study by Kazuhiko KASAYA et al., however, Ieyasu already called himself Minamoto no Ason in the Emperor Goyozei's Imperial visit to Jurakudai (Hideyoshi's residence and office in Kyoto) of 1588.
  305. According to the study, Shinsei SEI went to Tang Dynasty of China along with Japanese envoys led by TAJIHI no Mahito Agatamori in 717.
  306. According to the summary of Tsukigase Baikei Hoshokai (association managing Tsukigase Baikei) from 1988, the number of plum trees under the hoshokai's protection is approximately 10,000, indicating that a huge number of unregistered plum trees are grown in the area.
  307. According to the summary of the Jishu teachings "Jishu Yoryakufu," of the twelve schools of the Jishu sect, the Ikko and Tendo schools inherited the teachings of the Ikkoshu sect.
  308. According to the survey by Yoshinao KOZAI and others in 1892, the main mineral poison consisted of compounds of copper, iron oxide and sulfuric acid.
  309. According to the survey carried out in 1997, there are 975 pieces of existing sangaku all over Japan ("Reidai de shiru nihon no sugaku to sangaku," published by Morikita Publishing Co., Ltd.).
  310. According to the survey conducted in 1997, there are 975 surviving sets of sangaku in Japan.
  311. According to the survey performed by ongoku-bugyo (the collective name of the magistrates placed at important areas directly controlled by the government in the Edo period) at the end of the 17th century, the population of Naramachi was 35,000.
  312. According to the surviving fragment of "Chikugo no kuni fudoki," Iwai started building his tomb while he was still alive, however, the truth is not known.
  313. According to the system introduced in 1667, the envoys were led by a wakadoshiyori (junior elder) as supervisor, with one tsukaiban as official envoy reporting directly to the wakadoshiyori, accompanied by one from koshoban (inner guards) and another from shoinban serving as vice-envoys.
  314. According to the tale, Kume-no-sennin of Ryumon-dera Temple on Mt. Yoshino-yama learned to fly in the air using his supernatural powers; one day while flying, his attention went to the calves of a woman doing laundry in a river, making him lose his powers and fall to the ground.
  315. According to the tales, Shojo appeared in the sea, except for a tale in the topography "Urami Kanwa" written by Kofu Kinban-shi (the Kofu Service, Shigekata NODA) which says that Shojo appeared in Mt. Jizo-dake, west of Kofu (present Yamanashi Prefecture), and was shot by a huntsman.
  316. According to the taxonomic classification of musical instruments, shamisen belongs to 'lute family.'
  317. According to the teaching, it is important for Shingon Buddhist monks to risk their lives to live for the benefit of the people with great desires; and it is the duty of Shingon Buddhist monks to have a clean feeling untouched by mire, and to wish for the benefit of the people with great desires.
  318. According to the temple history, it was built by Prince Shotoku in 606.
  319. According to the temple history, it was constructed as Chokyu-ji's chinju (local Shinto deity) by the order of Emperor Shomu.
  320. According to the temple history, it was founded on May 28, 1596 and the founder was Tadamasa HONDA.
  321. According to the temple history, the Futai-ji Temple was originally called 'Kaya no Gosho' (Thatched-Roofed Imperial Palace) where his grandfather, Emperor Heijo, took the tonsure and then retired to as a result of the Kusuko Incident.
  322. According to the temple history, the principal image is Kannon Bosatsu, but this statue is currently housed within the Kannon-do hall, with the National Treasure designated Shaka Nyorai statue serving as the principal image.
  323. According to the temple history, the temple began when the Kannon statue, which was given from King of Paekche to Prince Shotoku and later granted to Hata no Kawakatsu, was housed there in the year 647.
  324. According to the temple history, under the order of the Emperor Konin, Keishun Sozu worked with WAKE no Kiyomaro to revive Mt. Atago and, as was the case at Mt. Godai in Tang Dynasty China, build temples the tops of five mountains.
  325. According to the temple legend, Enchin, the founder of Kiyomizu-dera Temple, established this temple in 806.
  326. According to the temple legend, the origin goes back to 809, when Emperor Heizei abdicated the throne and started to live in seclusion at this place, naming it 'Kaya no Gosho (Thatched-Roofed Imperial Palace).'
  327. According to the temple legend, this temple was founded by Gien in the Wado era.
  328. According to the temple record, it says it was constructed by Gyoki between 749 - 757, but it is not certain that this is accurate.
  329. According to the temple's legend, the tower has existed from the very beginning when Kukai founded the temple, but commonly it is thought that even the upper story does not date back to the time in which Kukai lived and that actually the tower was built around the end of the Heian period.
  330. According to the tenth volume of "Genpei Seisuiki" (an extended version of Heike Monogatari), when Kenreimonin, Chugu (Empress) of Emperor Takakura, gave birth to a child, her mother Niidono conducted Hashiura at Ichijo Modoribashi Bridge.
  331. According to the the Ritsuryo codes, the government's final decision was supposed to be issued as a form of Shochoku (emperor's rescript) or Daijokanpu (documents issued by Department of State).
  332. According to the theory in the third quarter of the 20th century, Yoshiie was considered to have fought in Gosannen no Eki with many samurai of Kanto region.
  333. According to the theory of Gojihakkyosetsu, Shakyamuni preached by dividing his teachings into five periods of time: Kegon, Agon, Hoto, Hannya, and Hokke Nehan, and in the category of Hoto, Shakyamuni preached four items of 'Zo, Tsu, Betsu, En.'
  334. According to the theory of Honji Suijakusetsu, it increased its subshrines by seven as nakananasha and seven as shimonanasha to call the whole of the shrines 'Sanno 21 shrines'.
  335. According to the theory of Kikan IKEDA, the manuscripts are divided into three groups.
  336. According to the theory of relativity advocated by the physicist Albert Einstein, the elapsed time of objects in motion is relatively slower than that of objects at rest.
  337. According to the theory of the Gokenin, Motokuni MATSUDA, a son of Motoyasu MATSUDA, took sides with Emperor Godaigo, and he was given Ifuku-go in Mino County, Bizen Province as a reward for the subjugation of the Kamakura Shogunate, and he built Toyama-jo Castle there to make it his base.
  338. According to the theory of the Reformation, this post is not a newly created one, but was restored based on the Bible because the original one at the original church had been distorted by the Roman Catholic clergy system.
  339. According to the theory that he was born in Mikawa, he was a younger brother of 長田重元 (Shigemoto OSADA), a descendent of 長田親政 (Chikamasa OSADA), who defeated Yoshitomo MINAMOTO.
  340. According to the theory that the mother of Princess Matsu's another older sister Shinryuin was also Aburakawafujin, Princess Matsu's sisters were Princess Mari and Princess Kiku.
  341. According to the theory, Naotaka thereafter made a large donation to Gotoku-ji Temple.
  342. According to the theory, Sumitomo was the son of Tomohisa TAKAHASHI in the Takahashi-go, Imabari City, a member of the Ochi family, the local ruling family in Iyo Province worshiping Oyamatsumi as the ancestor.
  343. According to the third addendum to the Nihonshoki, she was born third, named Tagiri-hime (田霧姫) and enshrined in Hetsunomiya.
  344. According to the timetable of 1983 in the last years of JNR, only two round-trip rapid trains that stopped at Amagasaki, Itami, Takarazuka, Takedao, Sanda, Hirono, Aino and Furuichi were operated each day between Osaka and Sasayamaguchi.
  345. According to the timetable revised on September 1, the same year, when rewiring works at Kyoto Station Building and Amagasaki Station were completed, the Keihanshin Local Line resumed its daytime services extended to Kyoto after a long interval of twelve years.
  346. According to the tourist literature of Tanabe city in Wakayama Prefecture, Benkei was born there.
  347. According to the traces of how they were used, ishisaji is thought to have been used as a kind of portable utility knife to process skin, meat, horns, bone and other animal parts as well as to treat plant materials such as trees and ivy.
  348. According to the tradition left in "Suwa Daimyojin Ekotoba" (literally, the origin in pictures and scripts of Suwa Daimyojin Shrine), etc, it is said that Takeminakata no kami was the god who came from outside the Suwa region, defeated the native god of Moriya-shin and became an enshrined deity of the Suwa region.
  349. According to the tradition of Kibitsu-jinja Shrine, after that, Kibitsuhiko constructed and lived in Kayabuki no Miya at the foot of Mt. Kibi no Nakayama, and when he died at the age of 281, he is said to have been buried at the top of Mt. Kibi no Nakayama (Mt. Chausu).
  350. According to the tradition of Seisuke OGAWA's descendant, the name 'Seisuke' was started to be used between 1673 - 1681 during the Edo Period and it was passed on to the next generation until the early Meiji Period for about 200 years.
  351. According to the tradition of the Ogawa family, Seisuke OGAWA used all his abilities of stonemason in building the Mikomotoshima Lighthouse on Mikomoto-jima Island, about eleven kilometers from Shimoda Port.
  352. According to the tradition of the people (Joden OTSUKI and Yukichi Fukuzawa) who knew Seikei in life, he was too sensitive and tended to think melancholily.
  353. According to the tradition there, in her later years she attempted a journey down the Tokaido but fell ill and passed away there.
  354. According to the tradition, "Hokke Gisho" was produced in 615 and is the oldest book in Japan.
  355. According to the tradition, Mt. Ikoma is a Buddhist seminary for the mountain asceticism founded by EN no Ozunu (A semi-legendary holy man noted for his practice of mountain asceticism during the second half of the 7 century) in 655, and it is said that Kukai (Kobo Daishi [a posthumous title of the priest Kukai]) also practiced here.
  356. According to the tradition, it is said that this book was written by Monju Bosatsu (Manjusri) in Tenjiku (India), and was later handed down to Hakudo shonin, who was Seimei's legendary master, before it was passed down to Seimei.
  357. According to the tradition, they were contributed to Kangakuin (educational institution) by FUJIWARA no Fuyutsugu and possessed by successive Toshi choja who doubled as betto (chief officer) of Kangakuin for generations.
  358. According to the traditional Japanese calendar system, he was twenty-three years old (twenty-one years old by today's calendar).
  359. According to the traditional `myoseki` naming conventions the name that was handed down was not simply a badge of `trust,' 'tradition,' 'history,' 'good image,' and 'art/atmosphere``brands` etc.
  360. According to the traditional literature, the head was buried at Fujisawa and enshrined at Shirahata-jinja Shrine, and the well that is said to have been used at that time to wash the head still remains.
  361. According to the traditional lore of Koma-jinja Shrine, Jakko resided in Oiso of Sagami Province (the current Oiso-cho, Kanagawa Prefecture), and before long, he was conferred the rank of Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) by the Imperial Court.
  362. According to the traditional prevailing view, it was considered as a group centered on Western learning, but it seems to have been actually a group based not only on the Dutch, but also on a wide range of varied learning as the promoter, Katsusuke was a Confucianist.
  363. According to the traditional recipe, first, daikon radish is sun-dried or air-dried until it is limp or soft enough to bend into a circle and then it is covered with the mixture of rice bran, salt, and the other ingredients including kelp, chili peppers and bark of diospyraceous kaki to add flavor.
  364. According to the transmissions of Buddhism, Ashura lived in the north of Mt. Sumeru (in Buddhism - said to be the highest mountain rising in the center of the world) and continued to fight with Taishakuten.
  365. According to the treaty, France agreed to give Japan exclusive favors, and in return Japan would recognize France's authority over Indochina and committed to cracking down on the independence movement (also called the Donzu movement) by Vietnamese students within Japan.
  366. According to the tree-ring dating (dendrochronology) of the wooden artifacts, Makimuku Ishizuka Tumulus was constructed by 225 at the latest.
  367. According to the view that she was seventeen older, she would be forty years old at the time of the volume of "Sakaki."
  368. According to the view which that mentions the earliest time, it started with Emperor Gosanjo.
  369. According to the vol. 7 of Hosatsu gunki (the war chronicle of Bungo Province and Satsuma Province), a statement can be found to Ichiyata HOASHI, the roto (retainer), saying as follows.
  370. According to the volume 6 of an "alternate writing" transmitted by Nihonshoki, 'gods at the water gates are called Hayaakitsuhinomikoto.'
  371. According to the web site of Currency Museum at Bank of Japan's Institute for Monetary and Economic Studies, with the standards in Genbun era (1736 to 1741), 1 ryo is equivalent to about 40,000 yen in rice price, to 300,000 to 400,000 yen in wage, and to 120,000 to 130,000 yen in buckwheat noodles price.
  372. According to the website of Kintetsu
  373. According to the weekly magazine, it was reported that Takao NASHIMOTO was adopted, and had no blood relationship to the Imperial family, and he joined to carry out fraud under the name of Nashimoto.
  374. According to the widely accepted theory, the word 'Nara' is derived from 'nara (su)' meaning 'flat or even (land).'
  375. According to the widely-accepted opinions over the change in seawater, it results from the marine pollution caused by endocrine disrupters contained in ship bottom paint or the reduced organic matter due to the flood control measures installed for inflowing rivers.
  376. According to the wife of Tsunugaarashito, the girl went east.
  377. According to the wife of his eldest son, he did not have the habit of washing his ears and had never had ear disorders throughout his life.
  378. According to the will of Keihoku Town, it was also decided not to apply the exception to the fixed number of assembly members.
  379. According to the will of Yoshiie, the family estate of Kawachi-Genji (Minamoto clan) was given to his fourth son, MINAMOTO no Yoshitada and Yoshichika's son, MINAMOTO no Tameyoshi was adopted.
  380. According to the witnesses, a firestorm was observed at the site of the fire.
  381. According to the words of Basho, 'searching for even one thing that is related to the seasons is a legacy for the future generations' (Kyorai's Notes).
  382. According to the words of Hidejuro NAKAMURA, 隈 (Kumadori) appeared on the face of dying Shinjuro and did not disappear despite washing many times.
  383. According to the words of Luis FROIS, the people in Kii Province in the latter part of the 16th century had a strong belief in Shinto and Buddhism, and all of the four or five religions were 'big existences like a republic,' which was not destroyed by any war.
  384. According to the words of Takechi no Miko, Fumi and Oshisaka, when questioned, are said to have replied as follows.
  385. According to the world view of the Ancient Shinto, the world is divided into two parts; one is Utsushiyo (the actural world), the other is Tokoyo or Kakuryo (the sacred area, the country of gods, and the afterworld).
  386. According to the writing ''Soban-ki'' by the monk Gyokusyu of Daitoku-ji Temple, a Shomen-kongo statue was found under ashes when Sadamasa's father Sadataka KATAGIRI burned the household furniture, and this statue went on to become the principal object of worship of the temple.
  387. According to the writing 'Zuoyou Jieseng Lue' within "Dasong Sengshi Lue" by Zanning, an early Northern Song Dynasty soroku responsible for the right side of the city, the position originated in China during the Yuanhe era of the Tang Dynasty.
  388. According to the writing of Keiyo KANUMA (emeritus professor of Tokyo Gakugei University), this was all brought into Michigan University of the US and subjected to the radioactive carbon dating, to be found that this was a tree of 2600 years back from then with an error of ±200 years.
  389. According to the writing of his son, he was called the 'D. L. Moody of Tokai Region' (D. L. Moody was the famous missionary in the USA) and word of his name reached as far as Kyoto and Osaka.
  390. According to the writing, in the hall of Mujoin, a standing statue of Buddha is placed facing the west.
  391. According to the writings, the Agyo statue was made by master sculptors Unkei and Kaikei with 13 disciples and the Ungyo statue was made by master sculptors Jokaku and Tankei with 12 disciples.
  392. According to their evidence, the Roei Gochu was written not as a book, but as a brief glossary written between the spaces or lines or on the back of the text of the Waka Roei Shu.
  393. According to their family tradition, 'the ancestor came from Mikawa Province,' but that is not certain.
  394. According to their family tradition, the first head of the Inui family Masanobu INUI was "a grandson of Nobukata ITAGAKI, a commanding officer who served Shingen TAKEDA of Kai Province.
  395. According to their family tree, a younger brother of HATA no Tori, who built the Matsuo-taisya Shrine, is HATA no Iroko (or Irogu), who built the Inari-jinja Shrine; this may suggest that the Hata clan of Fukakusa is a branch family of the Hata clan of Uzumaza (Ukyo Ward, Kyoto City).
  396. According to their form, the texts can be divided into three categories: the old texts, vulgate texts and variant texts.
  397. According to their importance, some measures, like no-lecture-day, are taken, but many Ryukoku students are said to be ignorant of the very existence of events, because students' attendance is voluntary.
  398. According to their plan scheme, the Western squad including Mitsunari rose, but Ienaga was killed in the Battle of Fushimi-jo Castle, the preliminary skirmish of the Battle of Sekigahara, together with Mototada and Ietada.
  399. According to their plan, Koman pretends to stubbornly refuse Banemon's proposal of buying out her, hinting that she swore to keep her earnest love for Gengobe, and from hiding Sangoro and Gengobe are watching them.
  400. According to them, 'Sumori Sanmi' reminds readers of Ukifune, who appears in the present popular edition of the tale and is loved by both Nioumiya and Kaoru.
  401. According to them, Kechimyaku Sojo was in fact performed but they had pretended otherwise as it provided ammunition for attack.
  402. According to them, the only way to save this predicament was to 'set a stage for the debate of State affairs' and that meant to establish a 'Minsen Giin' (a popularly-elected chamber).
  403. According to theory, the record of Ukai in China goes back to a passage in a poem written by Ho TO (712-770).
  404. According to these books, the outline of the origin is as follows.
  405. According to these descriptions, we can understand that Yoshitsune led seventy cavalrymen and started his attack on the Taira clan from the rear side of Ichinotani (Hiyodorigoe), which contained a steep precipice.
  406. According to these engi, Ninmon first founded Sendo-ji Temple, then founded total 28 temples across the Kunisaki peninsula, and entered nirvana in Makura-no-Iwaya (cavern): the inner sanctuary of Sendo-ji temple, which was the first temple he founded.
  407. According to these entries in "Shoku Nihongi" (Chronicle of Japan Continued), he did not hold a kabane before 802.
  408. According to these materials, it is mentioned as Zokuko shichu kado ga shin, Dokuma shichu kado ga shin, Kiyaku shichu kado ga shin, Goki rokugai shichu kado ga shin, Hyakubyo joyu, Shoyoku zuishin, Kyukyu nyoritsu ryo.
  409. According to these signatures, the document was written in 731, but this has been questioned for a long time.
  410. According to these stipulations, the government may accommodate or entertain those heads of state or similar foreign dignitaries at the State Guest Houses that the Cabinet has decided to invite as state guests.
  411. According to this 'Emperor's health record,' it said '御順症' which meant the Emperor was getting better accordingly by following the standard process of someone who had smallpox and got better.
  412. According to this Buddhist scriptures, Shitenno (four guardian kings who are Goho zenjin [good gods protecting dharma]) come to a king who believes in this scriptures to protect the nation.
  413. According to this Noh story, Minister Fusasaki traveled to Shido no ura Bay in Sanuki Province to visit his deceased mother.
  414. According to this account, Nobunaga excluded Nobuyasu, a legitimate child of Ieyasu, as he was concerned that Nobuyasu might outshine his son Nobutada.
  415. According to this account, it was the insult and disgrace of this episode which prompted both father and son, Yorimasa and Nakatsuna, to decide to rebel against the government.
  416. According to this argument, the phrase appeared in the Emperor Kanmu's edict 'the law established for the first time' refers to another one different from 'Fukai-no-Joten/ Fukaijoten.'
  417. According to this article, this incident happened three years after the princess's mother KATSURAGI no Karahime was offered as a wife to the Emperor Yuryaku (before enthronement) by her father Katsuragi no tsubura no oomi.
  418. According to this book, Emperor Wu Di of the Liang Dynasty was a devout believer of Buddhism and gladly welcomed Daruma as a high priest from India.
  419. According to this book, OTOMO no Sukune Miyuki, Shokosan Dainagon (chief councilor of state at senior third rank), died on January 15 (March 3 in the Gregorian calendar).
  420. According to this book, the Devil intrudes on every deathbed, causing confusion of conscience and various afflictions.
  421. According to this classification, there were significant differences in the daimyo's political authority.
  422. According to this description, 1 ryo is estimated to be around 3.8 sen (monme).
  423. According to this document, Izanagi visited yomi (the world after death) to see Izanami during the process of the birth of deities, but he run away after seeing Izanami who was dead and cold.
  424. According to this essay, the school started around December, which seems probable.
  425. According to this estimation, the prince died at the age of 27.
  426. According to this family tree, this child's name was Nanazaemon Iefusa, the child's name of Iefusa was Tazaemon Yasufusa, and the child's name of Yasufusa was Taro Kunifusa.
  427. According to this genealogy, MINAMOTO no Munesue, a grandson of MINAMOTO no Sueto, who was adopted by MINAMOTO no Shigetoki of the Mitsumasa lineage, became MINAMOTO (OBU) no Tadamune's adopted son and called himself Munesue.
  428. According to this guide, Kohechi is a 'difficult course for the experienced people.'
  429. According to this hypothesis, negotiations between Kodaiin and Ieyasu were conducted through Kozosu and Chaa no Tsubone.
  430. According to this interpretation, "the Nirvana Sutra" is no more than another version of Buddha's previous teachings revealed in "the Lotus Sutra" sermons, made particularly for the unenlightened masses.
  431. According to this interpretation, it is thought Hitotsumono meant "the most prominent thing" and furyu, once in fashion, was called Hitotsumono.
  432. According to this interpretation, the husband goes to the capital for court duty after the incident of Tatsuta-yama Mountain, and is not heard from again.
  433. According to this interpretation, there is no need to reference the ri in the things outside one's mind to bring the 'sei' (= ri) in one's mind to perfection.
  434. According to this law, all kazoku were classified into these five ranks, "Koshaku (公爵)" "Koshaku (侯爵)" "Hakushaku" "Shishaku" and "Danshaku."
  435. According to this law, court rank was given when the descendants reached the age of 21 and over; eligible persons for the system of "Oni" were as follows: the children of the Emperor's relatives or princes in the fifth generation, children and grandchildren of subjects of Third Rank or higher, and children of those who were of Fifth Rank or higher.
  436. According to this law, those who constructed new irrigation facilities could retain reclaimed rice fields for three generations and those who used existing ponds and ditches could retain them for their lifetime.
  437. According to this legend, 601 A.D., when Prince Shotoku took office (although he is believed to have taken office at the end of the 5th century, there is no record of his activities before 601), was the year of the great Shinyu revolution.
  438. According to this nawabari, the honmaru and ninomaru are arranged in a parallel relationship.
  439. According to this nawabari, the honmaru at the center is surrounded by the ninomaru, and the ninomaru is surrounded by the sannomaru.
  440. According to this nawabari, the honmaru is located adjacent to the castle walls, and other kuruwas are arranged to surround the honmaru.
  441. According to this notice, the 'principles for the scope of buried cultural properties' are as follows.
  442. According to this opinion, although the bakufu in fact made the above proposals, an agreement was not reached concerning the Crown Prince and the successive Crown Prince.
  443. According to this outline, the enshrined deity in the ceremony are Yafunekukunochi no mikoto, Yafune toyoukehime no mikoto, Taokihooi no mikoto, and Hikosashiri no mikoto, and the Ubusunagami (guardian deity of one's birthplace) of the region.
  444. According to this painting, Miyako no Nanban-ji was a wooden three-story pavilion-style building topped by a roof covered with fired clay tiles.
  445. According to this paper, his field work in Okinawa inspired him to come up with the concept of marebito.
  446. According to this philosophy, Shoko (to burn incense) and Kenka (to offer flowers) are performed in the Catholic funeral rites in Japan, which indicates close attention is paid to the fact that non-Catholic attendees are a majority in many cases.
  447. According to this policy, most Emishi who had been sent throughout the nation went back to the Ou region and lived there again.
  448. According to this proposal, the distance of each bus stop placed between No. 318 Apartment Front and Otokoyama Shopping district West was set up in 100m intervals.
  449. According to this record, Joruri-ji Temple with Bhaisajyaguru as the principal image was founded by Gimyo Shonin, the first chief priest from Taima (now Katsuragi City, Nara Prefecture), and Achiyama Tayu Shigemori of the benefactor, in 1047.
  450. According to this record, Shojin was the Nohgaku instructor of Hidetsugu TOYOTOMI and performed Noh in front of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI and Ieyasu TOKUGAWA.
  451. According to this record, it can be seen that Iwatate was in the same clan with the IWAMURA clan in Hekikai County in Mikawa Province, and also that Iwatate himself was a person from Sakyo.
  452. According to this reply, Tokitada must have been born in 1128.
  453. According to this request, the trial started again on March 29, 1968.
  454. According to this rule, 'Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI' should be read 'TOYOTOMI no Hideyoshi,' although there are numerous exceptions that does not follow this principle.
  455. According to this rule, a town could be called 'Ukyo 5-Jo 3-Bo 14-Cho.'
  456. According to this same postscript, Unkei vowed to have the Lotus Sutra transcribed between 1175 and 1177 (while in his 20s) and the task was begun several years later in 1183 after receiving the assistance of Akomaru.
  457. According to this situation, he moved to Kamakura and assisted the Imperial Prince in his later years, and remained there till his death.
  458. According to this style, kuruwas are arranged in a stepwise shape.
  459. According to this style, the honmaru and ninomaru are arranged side by side, and other kuruwas surround them.
  460. According to this sutra, when the honorable priest Mokuren, who was one of the Judai deshi (The Ten Chief Disciples of the historical Buddha, Sakyamuni) and called the top of divine power, looked for the whereabouts of his late mother, she became skin and bones in Gaki-do and was going through hell.
  461. According to this system, peasants were grouped by village, townsmen by town, with no difference between their ranks.
  462. According to this system, the Hakodate Court was renamed as Hakodate-fu on 24th with appointment of SHIMIZUDANI as its first governor.
  463. According to this tale, there was a girl in a farmhouse, who was close with the horse they had and eventually became husband and wife with it.
  464. According to this theory, Emperor Tenchi who gave an important position to Kamatari FUJIWARA, ordered him to perpetuate a joint administration system, that is, an assisted government system that permitted the Emperor's family to grip the Imperial Throne and the Fujiwara clan to assist it.
  465. According to this theory, Iesada's height could be estimated about one hundred and forty-nine centimeters.
  466. According to this theory, Ikkyu Sojun alleged to be the first person who ate the zenzai was so impressed with how tasty it was that he could not help shouting 'Zenzai.'
  467. According to this theory, Prince Tsunemoto, who was supposedly the forefather of Seiwa-Genji, may have been the prince of Imperial Prince Motohira, the prince of Emperor Yozei.
  468. According to this theory, Sadayori's bloodline was the Mitsukuri Family of the Rokkaku clan's branch family as just a jindai (role).
  469. According to this theory, Toyo, who succeeded to the throne after Himiko, is identified with Amatoyo Hime, whose name was mentioned two generations after Unabi Hime no Mikoto in the family tree.
  470. According to this theory, a land bridge (or overpass) was created by leaving part of earth unexcavated when building a moat around the existing round barrow.
  471. According to this theory, he is the oldest emperor whose existence is archaeologically proven.
  472. According to this theory, he tried to express an expanse of time and space by mentioning the Awashima and Onogoro-jima Islands that appear in the myths.
  473. According to this theory, in a desperate fight with Nobushige SANADA, Ieyasu panicked and cried out "I would commit suicide", but was then remonstrated by his followers.
  474. According to this theory, it is believed that Shotoku Taishi is a reincarnation of Kozan Eshi, who was a teacher of Tendai Chigi, the founder of the Tendaishu sect.
  475. According to this theory, it is said that the compilation of this book was stopped before its completion, because Tsuneyori died in 1039.
  476. According to this theory, it is slightly older than the European classical music (baroque music).
  477. According to this theory, the Emperor Tenmu was virtually the first emperor in Japan. (however, some say the title 'Tenno' (emperor) was first used much earlier, in the era of the Empress Suiko and some say much later, after 701 AD.)
  478. According to this theory, the Imperial Prince Atsuyoshi, a son of Emperor Uda, was exiled to Kojima in Bizen Province, and Takanori KOJIMA was a biological son of the 14th descendant of the prince called Bingo no kami Norinaga.
  479. According to this theory, the Jimmu tosei (eastern expedition of the Emperor Jinmu) moved the capital to Yamato Province and "Hitakami no kuni" started to be referred to as the region to the east of Yamato Province, so it finally came to be referred to as the Kitakami-gawa River basin.
  480. According to this theory, the Yamatai Kingdom was located in the Kinai District, which was under Yamato sovereignty (a political power in ancient Japan).
  481. According to this theory, the character '社' was changed to '杜,' and '司' was changed to '氏' as time passed by.
  482. According to this theory, the historical document that was considered proof of the Tanuma villain theory was created by his political opponents after Tanuma fell from power, and its credibility was not verified in Tsuji's documentation.
  483. According to this theory, westernized clothing style became widespread mainly among officers or interpreters who had negotiations with foreigners in person after ports throughout Japan were opened due to the treaty.
  484. According to this thesis, Shaka preached Kegon-kyo Sutra (Avatamska Sutra) first but as it was too difficult for people to understand, he preached Agon-kyo Sutra (Agama Sutra) next which was easier.
  485. According to this thesis, various Buddha, which are the original figures of Deities, are called 'Honjibutsu' (Honji Buddha) and deities originating from Honjibutsu are called 'Suijakushin' (Suijaku deity).
  486. According to this version of legend, he then met Ibaraki Doji and they decided to go up to Kyoto together.
  487. According to this view, as sokuikanjo was introduced due to wishes of the Nijo family, it is inferred that sokuikanjo was not usually conducted if sekkan were not from the Nijo family on the occasion of enthronement of the emperor.
  488. According to this view, the changes in Murasaki Shikibu's environment (marriage, childbirth, loss of husband, service, etc.) were reflected in her work.
  489. According to this view, the foundation of Kojima-dera Temple dates back more than one century from the date the temple legend suggested.
  490. According to this volume, militarily "the expedition" was a failure, but did win them the following document of capitulation: 'Tsushima's land is barren, making it difficult to eke out a living there.
  491. According to this will, he was entombed at Toyohira Cemetery in Sapporo City, Hokkaido.
  492. According to this, 'Kurabu,' the pronunciation of '暗部(闇部)' which means a dark part, changed into 'Kurama' (鞍馬).
  493. According to this, Kukai in the mausoleum sat protected doubly by a stone chamber and a zushi (a cupboard-like case with double doors in which an image of (the) Buddha, a sutra, or some other revered object is kept at a temple).
  494. According to this, Okamoto Palace was converted into a temple following Prince Shotoku's will.
  495. According to this, apparently a sliding Fusuma shoji existed before 936.
  496. According to this, the highest juni among kunin was Kura no tsukasa followed by Kashiwade no tsukasa, Mui no tsukasa and Naishi no tsukasa, which influenced grading of kokyu junishi.
  497. According to this, there was a custom to hold the shintai of Oshirasama in both hands and spinning them, and going to the direction which the bamen (mask for horses) turned to.
  498. According to this, when a commander went to fight, if the number of soldiers was more than 10,000, one shogun and two vice shogun were supposed to be placed.
  499. According to those documents, it was five ken in depth and three ken wide and consisted of the main room surrounded by walls, renjimado and doors, and wooden floors on the both sides of the main room.
  500. According to those who knew him in his lifetime, Yoshinobu himself liked to be called "Keiki-sama", and he called himself "Keiki" in a telegraph sent to his younger brother, Akitake TOKUGAWA.
  501. According to time-honored custom, the terms merchants' houses, Machiya houses, and farmers' houses are also used, depending on the place where the houses are located or the jobs of the persons who live in the houses.
  502. According to today's archaeology, the Hashihaka Tumulus is the most probable resting place of Himiko, so Yamatototohimomoso Hime no Mikoto is considered the most likely person to be identified with Himiko.
  503. According to today's theory, it is considered that the dates were altered into older dates by defining the year of Emperor Jinmu's enthronement as Kanototori (660 B.C.).
  504. According to tradition, Motoyoshi SAITO (the son of Morifusa [Sanetoshi] and grandchild of 内蔵人行元 and Sanemori SAITO), who was a local samurai from Yase in Yamashiro Province, moved to Moniwa Village, Date County (present Moniwa, Izaka-cho, Fukushima City).
  505. According to tradition, it is said that FUJIWARA no Hidesato was given from the dragon god of Lake Biwa as a token of his gratitude for exterminating a scolopendrid.
  506. According to tradition, she was the daughter of San-uemon NAKAMURA from Matsue City in Izumo Province, became a Miko at Izumo-taisha Shrine, and in the Bunroku era became famous for traveling to all the provinces to promote Izumo Taisha.
  507. According to tradition, the first Bikuni were Makahajadai, Mahaprajapati, (Mahaaprajaapatii in Sanskrit), Shaka's adopted mother, and 500 women of the Shaka clan.
  508. According to tradition, the palace was located in Asuka, Asuka Village, Nara Prefecture.
  509. According to traditional history of Ju-kyo, Do school was not active in Chin, and it was first handed down to the north when Cho Fuku, who became a captive in Mongolia, passed it to Yo Su (Yao Shu) and O Ichu, but today, it is known that the Do school was active in Chin.
  510. According to traditions like "Suwa Daimyojin Ekotoba" and so on, Moriya-shin had been in ancient times a god (Shinto) who had ruled Suwa region.
  511. According to traditions, it was started by a blind musician called Shobutsu at around the beginning of the Kamakura period and we can see the strong influence of Shomyo (chanting of Buddhist hymns) in its tunes.
  512. According to various documents, the Nanto-negi school worked vigorously in the Muromachi period.
  513. According to various opinion surveys, most people insist on the preservation of the current state of the Tennosei which has the Emperor as the symbol of the unity of the people and this is the system supported by Japanese nationals.
  514. According to various records, Shuhei was covered head to foot with old scars.
  515. According to various reliable materials, at the Siege of Osaka, he was invited by Katsunari MIZUNO as an honored guest, and served Katsunari's oldest son Katsusige MIZUNO (later changed his name to Katsutoshi) and played a very active part in the Tokugawa forces (the enemy of the Toyotomi forces).
  516. According to various studies in the past, package of such various international relations has been often expressed as the choko-sakuho system, goshi system or Kaichitsujo (It differs by the target period or researcher.)
  517. According to various tales, she was a wise and smart woman.
  518. According to verifiable sources he had at least two disciples, Donrin and Eka.
  519. According to voyage destination records, Giao Chi was most often visited by Shuinsen ships (73 times), followed by Siam (55 times), Luzon (55 times) and Annan (47 times).
  520. According to wafuku (traditional Japanese clothes) glossary, there were two types of ho (robe or jacket): hoeki no ho (robe with sides being stitched) for civil officers and ketteki no ho (robe without sides being stitched) for military officers.
  521. According to water transport records, it was true that lots of fresh fishes as well as dried fishes were distributed widely in the areas from Tohoku to Kyushu, and they were mostly transported from coastal areas to inner parts of the nation.
  522. According to what is noted in "Chiribukuro," a dictionary from the Kamakura period, the hare was originally an old hare that used to live in the bamboo grove of Takakusa County.
  523. According to what the parties including ARAHATA disclosed later, the red flags were waved only in order to demonstrate against the soft-liners.
  524. According to wind force classification, Wafu is a wind having a wind speed ranging from 5.5 to 7.9 m/s (13 to 18 mph).
  525. According to writings dating from the early Muromachi period, retired emperors were able to wear konoshi and kariginu at will, but it was generally the case that those ranking below sekke would no longer wear kariginu after they began wearing konoshi following their appointment to the status of daijin or taisho.
  526. According to your taste, you can choose fruit pulp, jam, fruit compote, resilient dumplings called QQ, rice noodles, nuts, sweetened condensed milk and eggs.
  527. According to"Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), agricultural productivity and national power grew until the 5th century, at which time armies were sent to the Korean Peninsula, occupying a part of it for a while (the theory of Mimana).
  528. According to"Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), on July 24, Prince Oama left on foot as he had no horse.
  529. Accordingly Sugasaka Bypass was opened on November 8, 2006.
  530. Accordingly a demand to improve the efficiency in overland traffic was recognized, which served as a spur for the railway construction.
  531. Accordingly he was trusted by Imperial Prince Munetaka, and it is described in "Azuma Kagami" (The Mirror of the East) that he frequently attended the Imperial prince's private activities.
  532. Accordingly noted, Tsunetane was invited to sit.
  533. Accordingly the gods punished him by confiscating his property and banished him.
  534. Accordingly troubles between Vietnamese and foreigners dramatically increased.
  535. Accordingly, 'Koto' has existed as a musical instrument since the Yayoi period, setting aside whether the name of 'Koto' existed in those days.
  536. Accordingly, 'mori' is not the antonym of 'zaru' in zaru soba.
  537. Accordingly, AC/DC switching section was installed between Nagahara Station and Omi-Shiotsu Station.
  538. Accordingly, Doburoku is often expressed in jargon, such as Dobu, Shirouma and the name, 溷六 (Doburoku or Zuburoku) remains in some regions.
  539. Accordingly, Doso-shin has become fused to various faiths and religions from ancient to modern times.
  540. Accordingly, Eichi SHIBUSAWA founded First National Bank (currently Mizuho Bank, Limited) in 1873 which is Japan's first national bank (Meiji period).
  541. Accordingly, Emperor Daigo appointed Michizane Gon Dainagon (a provisional chief councilor of state), and entrusted Michizane to nairan (private inspection) along with Tokihira.
  542. Accordingly, Empress Gosakuramachi, a female emperess, was enthroned for the first time in 119 years after Emperor Meisho.
  543. Accordingly, February 11 was designated to be a national holiday (Kigensetsu (the day commemorating the ascension to the throne of the first emperor, Jimmu)) as the day of foundation of Japan in 1873.
  544. Accordingly, Fukuo school extended its power in Kyoto, but the successor, Morinobu the sixth was a stubborn person with little popularity, and excommunicated many disciples because of conflicts.
  545. Accordingly, Fusasada fought against Shigeuji as the Uesugi clan.
  546. Accordingly, Gettan became the second chief priest of Jikishi-an Temple in Sagano, Kyoto, whereupon Genjo became the shuso (the leader of monks practicing asceticism) and began to live in Gangyokuken, at Mt. Obaku.
  547. Accordingly, Goi ranged from Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) to Shogoinojo (Senior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade).
  548. Accordingly, Gosaga also decided the following heir to the imperial throne with the approval of the Kamakura bakufu.
  549. Accordingly, Hidetsugu was adopted by Hideyoshi in December and was given TOYOTOMI cognomen as a successor of Hideyoshi in January of the next year, and was passed over for the post of Kanpaku.
  550. Accordingly, Iemasa merged the seven vassal families with the five main retainer families and named them "Taishinshu" (literally, people of high rank), and decided that five or six families out of twelve families alternately attend to governmental affairs every month; 12 families cooperatively deal with emergency situations.
  551. Accordingly, Imperial Prince Kuniyoshi was formally installed as the Imperial Prince, succeeded by Imperial Prince Kazuhito after the demise of Kuniyoshi.
  552. Accordingly, JNR/JR Commuter Train Series 201 and 205 came into use.
  553. Accordingly, JR-Miyamaki Station and Kintetsu Miyamaki Station are regarded as the starting point of the bus service to the Doshisha Kyotanabe Campus by Nara Kotsu Bus Lines Co., Ltd., so special discount commuter coupon tickets are sold to students and the staff of Doshisha to promote the use of the bus.
  554. Accordingly, Jodo Shinshu does not adopt ihai.
  555. Accordingly, Kagekatsu UESUGI, who was another son of Masakage, rivaled Kagetora in the 'Otate no ran' rebellion and was to be the first Lord of Yonezawa Domain, was Domanmaru's maternal uncle, and Sentoin, who was the mother of Seienin and Kagekatsu and the wife of Masakage, was his grandmother.
  556. Accordingly, Kanoetatsu no hi (day of Kanoetatsu) which is the nearest to the first day of spring in 660 B.C. is calculated, February 11 is identified in the Gregorian calendar.
  557. Accordingly, Keihan Uji Kotsu operated two lines on the Uji-Yodo route, namely the old line via Ogura and a new line via Okubo.
  558. Accordingly, Komon school created the word "kuon ganjo" (literally, "kuon" means "remote past" and "ganjo" means "beginning/foundation;" refers to eternity with no beginning or end, like reincarnation), and regarded Nichiren as honbutsu.
  559. Accordingly, Kurosawa told Nakahira that he would write a scenario and give it to him after Nakahira was promoted to director.
  560. Accordingly, Kyoto Imperial University's 'arrangements committee of establishment,' which was located within the ministry, promulgated 'Regarding Kyoto Imperial University' (University Establishment Ordinance) in 1897, which provided the opportunity to establish Kyoto University.
  561. Accordingly, Munenori TERASHIMA commanded Sumiyoshi KAWAMURA, Navy taifu (vice-minister), to dispatch two warships: "Unyo" and "Dainiteibo."
  562. Accordingly, Nagazane MOTODA and Kuki, whose ideals were Confucianist, left the Ministry of Education in May of the same year, and Kuki went to Washington, D.C. as the envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary.
  563. Accordingly, Nichiren denounced Zen Buddhism as the work of the devil.
  564. Accordingly, Prince Tsuneyo came to be considered as the heir to imperial throne next to Heizei and Saga.
  565. Accordingly, Roosevelt found the telegram on July 31 and sent a telegram to Taft saying that everything Katsura and Taft had discussed in the meeting was right and that Katsura should be notified that he had approved what Taft had reported to him.
  566. Accordingly, Sanno was called "Geinin Yokocho" (entertainers alley) and became popular among local people.
  567. Accordingly, Seisho's son became a priest at age 12 and identified himself Oguranomiya Kyoson.
  568. Accordingly, Shakyamuni's teachings will become useless at the age of Mappo (Age of the Final Dharma), the idea of which is called Byakuho Onmotsu (Dharma's decease).
  569. Accordingly, Shigeyoshi actively got involved in the education of the heir Naomasa NABESHIMA and it is assumed that Shigeyoshi had a great impact on Naomasa NABESHIMA in his growth period.
  570. Accordingly, Shinran said that because 'Namu amidabutsu' is the cause for mankind to go to the Pure Land, they must listen to and believe the origin of the myogo, 'the calling of the Buddha, saying, trust it and it will save you.'
  571. Accordingly, Shinto represented a Japanese peculiar belief which was opposed to Buddhism as a foreign religion.
  572. Accordingly, Soku and the Kuroda family became closely united, and in 1621 Nagamasa KURODA granted a fief ('chigyo' in Japanese) to Soku, but Soku declined it due to his status.
  573. Accordingly, Suetada tried to get acquainted with the Fujiwara clan, who paid respect also to Hiraoka-jinja Shrine.
  574. Accordingly, Tadamasa was to rose to the lord of the Amakusa Domain.
  575. Accordingly, Takauji ASHIKAGA became alienated from Godaigo and established the Muromachi bakufu.
  576. Accordingly, Teisho TSUGA is regarded as a pioneer of early modern yomihon writers.
  577. Accordingly, Tenpyo Culture was much influenced by the cultures of Empress Wu Zetian of the Zhou Dynasty and Emperor Xuanzong of Tang.
  578. Accordingly, Yasubei was a great-grandson of Hidekatsu MIZOGUCHI.
  579. Accordingly, Yoshiaki virtually became Nobunaga's puppet, and he could even hardly keep his political influence without Nobunaga's permission.
  580. Accordingly, Yoshiie rewarded the samurai who had participated in the campaign by offering personal assets, by which Yoshiie earned the enormous respect of Togoku Samurai and peasants.
  581. Accordingly, Yoshitomo, in an attempt to recover the power of Kawachi-Genji, formed an alliance with FUJIWARA no Nobuyori to confine Emperor Goshirakawa and began the Heiji War.
  582. Accordingly, Yoshitsuna's whole family was killed at Mt. Koka, which was inside Yoshimitsu's sphere of influence, by MINAMOTO no Tameyoshi, the adopted son of Yoshitada.
  583. Accordingly, Yoshizumi's descendents came to be identified as the Hatakeyama clan and changed allegiances from the from Taira clan across to the Minamoto clan.
  584. Accordingly, a 'keikido saihoshi' (a Jingji circuit investigating commissioner) corresponded to a colonel director of retainers which was called 'Sili xiaowei' (garrison the capital of the Executive) in the Han dynasty.
  585. Accordingly, a card reader for KANSAI THRU PASS is installed at the ticket gate.
  586. Accordingly, a connecting station was going to open on the Kusatsu Line between Kusatsu Station and Tehara Station.
  587. Accordingly, a dispute arose between Nagayoshi MIYOSHI who supported Suketaka HINO (Masatsuna ASUKAI's son) and Yoshiteru ASHIKAGA, seii taishogun (literally, "the great general who subdues the barbarians"), who supported Kaneyasu (Kunimitsu HIROHASHI's son).
  588. Accordingly, a guide signal was newly installed on track 3 (Platform 2) at Omi-Imazu Station.
  589. Accordingly, a large portion of tamago kake gohan can be eaten like drinking even when you do not want to eat and cannot eat enough until lunch time due to too much drink on the previous night.
  590. Accordingly, a low-floor platform was built in the station for the Kyoto City Trams.
  591. Accordingly, a new interval for Special Rapid trains between Osaka and Sannomiya became twenty-three minutes and thirty seconds, ten-minutes more than previous twenty three minutes and twenty seconds before the timetable revision.
  592. Accordingly, a single piece can be listed under various groupings.
  593. Accordingly, akari shoji were installed inside suspended hajitomi (latticed shutters the upper half of which is movable).
  594. Accordingly, all freight trains traveling on the Kosei Line pass through from Yamashina Station to Omi-Shiotsu Station without stopping (some trains stop to allow the passing of limited express trains, etc., for the sake of the schedule).
  595. Accordingly, an Imperial prince who was the first in line to the Imperial throne began to be considered 'Imperial prince who was the heir to the throne' and appointed Crown Prince.
  596. Accordingly, being opportunistic is sometimes described as being at 'Horaga-toge Pass'.
  597. Accordingly, butsudan also has its folding screen inside of the door.
  598. Accordingly, by obtaining permission, people can escape from being punished for making and drinking Doburoku at a religious ceremony under the aforementioned Liquor Tax Act (however, subject to liquor tax).
  599. Accordingly, chimney cleaners became independent mainly from machitobi as a specialist who cleans and inspects chimneys; however, it is now said that there are only a few remaining even in the metropolitan area because the number of public bath houses decreased drastically.
  600. Accordingly, court officials from Jigeke were not permitted to enter the Hall, even if their official rank was raised to Sanmi (Third Rank).
  601. Accordingly, daimyo with a stipend of under 50,000 koku or jinya daimyo were sometimes referred to as shomyo.
  602. Accordingly, definitions of articles in the Old Civil Codes such as "be a member of one's own father's Ie"or "(someone) leaves a Ie" means "be registered on the koseki of one's own father" and "remove someone's name from a koseki".
  603. Accordingly, different types of undercarriages require different methods of handling.
  604. Accordingly, duties of Mineyama Domain were managed by his oldest son, Takamasa.
  605. Accordingly, each prefecture or municipality may legislate its own ordinances for the protection of cultural properties and may designate its own tangible or intangible cultural properties.
  606. Accordingly, earthenware prepared as nenryo zakki was also produced in craft centers under direct control of the kokufu (provincial offices).
  607. Accordingly, eating susume is considered to have beneficial effects on jaws.
  608. Accordingly, eshi also had a function of what people of today call key animators or lead animators in animated cartoons and video games.
  609. Accordingly, even if you tickle these parts by yourselves, the stimuli is predictable and you don't have uncomfortable feeling because the cerebellum controls the feeling.
  610. Accordingly, existing forests which have been appropriately managed since 1990 can be put into the amount as a sink.
  611. Accordingly, founders of all major religions including Shakyamuni came to Japan, and served the emperor.
  612. Accordingly, furniture, doors, and other household things made in such techniques are also referred to as sashimono.
  613. Accordingly, he criticized Sorai OGYU, who respected Chinese culture and philosophy.
  614. Accordingly, he did not mind fighting with Katsuryori insofar as he did not lose the battle.
  615. Accordingly, he got a steady income and had a detached house in Ushigome Tenryu-ji Take-cho (present-day Nando-machi, Shinjuku Ward) in 1690.
  616. Accordingly, he incurred Hideyoshi's anger and thus, was ordered to be confined to his house.
  617. Accordingly, he is the god of Yamato which was worshiped by the Kamo clan, a family of the Kamo-sha Shrine in Katsuragi, Yamato Province.
  618. Accordingly, he later secretly adopted Hiroko KONOE, a daughter of Motohiro KONOE, by Motohiro's request.
  619. Accordingly, he picked words for music from Kokin Wakashu and so on, and he may have wanted to promote the reversionism in an aspect of not only literature but also music.
  620. Accordingly, he received favorable treatment despite the status of a non-hereditary feudal lord.
  621. Accordingly, he sometimes wore fundoshi loincloth to interviews and also made advances towards young men.
  622. Accordingly, he won overwhelming victories during elections.
  623. Accordingly, high officials including Nakanura will be displaced.'
  624. Accordingly, his brother-in-law, Akimasa, did not accept Hisamasa's succession to the position of family head by raising a rebellion, which resulted in the significant cause of later trouble in his family.
  625. Accordingly, his lordship of Yamato Province was recognized and guaranteed by Nobunaga.
  626. Accordingly, in "Genji shaku" (commentaries of the Tale of Genji) an incorrect explanation was added that 'Yomei no suke is suke appointed in the country, who was from the Minamoto clan.'
  627. Accordingly, in 'karyu kai' (world of the geisha), using obidome on kuromontsuki (black kimono marked with the family crests), the most formal attire was strictly prohibited.
  628. Accordingly, in 725, the government decided to move 130 such subjected barbarians to Iyo (Shikoku) and 578 to Chikushi (Kyushu) and 15 to Izumi (article on February 25, 725 in "Shoku Nihongi" [Chronicle of Japan Continued]).
  629. Accordingly, in March 1878 he contributed 100,000 yen and founded Tokugisha for the warrior class of the former Kishu Clan, as their common funds.
  630. Accordingly, in ancient times people were reportedly accustomed to offering steamed red-kernelled rice to the deity, and even today this custom is practiced by shrines in various regions.
  631. Accordingly, in the Spring of 1871 Yoshioka abolished the Izuhara clan's diplomatic privileges and instead appointed Yoshiakira SO, the former lord (governor of Izuhara Domain) to a high-ranking post (Gaimu-taijo) in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  632. Accordingly, in the case where the spontaneous theory was adopted, from the distribution conditions of the Oshima cherry and Edohigan, the Izu Peninsula theory was advocated, stating that it had sprung up in the area around the peninsula.
  633. Accordingly, in the mandalas that represent Ichiji Kinrin Buccho, seven treasures (a golden wheel, a Buddhist rosary, a queen, a horse, an elephant, a god of wealth and a god of war) that are believed to be possessed by the four sacred kings are depicted together with the deity.
  634. Accordingly, in the neighborhood the traffic guide sign 'National Highway Route No. 1' directs drivers to the Hirakata Bypass, while the expressway-dedicated green sign 'Daini-Keihan-Doro Bypass' directs them to the expressway section via the general section.
  635. Accordingly, in this article, "Kameno-o" is described as "亀ノ尾" to indicate original cutivar and as "亀の尾" to indicate its descendant varieties in general.
  636. Accordingly, it became difficult to keep imposing the conditions that 'Ekiben is a box lunch produced by member companies of the Center Committee' and 'Ekiben is a box lunch with the Ekiben mark.'
  637. Accordingly, it became unnecessary, at this stage, to additionally operate high speed local trains required by the Osaka Railway Bureau.
  638. Accordingly, it came to be considered that they could not afford to compile and establish any other Gishiki in parallel with compilation of "Dairi shiki" and "Dairi Gishiki" which might have been practically used.
  639. Accordingly, it indicates an exaggerated gesture or state that is out of rhythm and therefore insane.
  640. Accordingly, it indicates failure after imitating somebody else's success.
  641. Accordingly, it is assumed that probably MINAMOTO no Masasada (or his predecessor FUJIWARA no Ietada), who served as the master of the Empress's household during the period when Okagami is thought to have been expanded, was responsible for the additions.
  642. Accordingly, it is said that skilled workers migrated from Nada to Banshu and transferred their techniques, thereby improving the quality (refer to Ibonoito for details of brand names).
  643. Accordingly, it is unclear that 'Gyoki-zu' was actually made by Gyoki, but it is unconceivable that Gyoki and his religious community had nothing to do with the map.
  644. Accordingly, it was supposedly passed around by word of mouth that the Dutch came to Takeo.
  645. Accordingly, it was thought a critical problem that investigation by ginmisuji stagnated due to increase of kuji (specifically kanekuji), so aitai sumashi rei (mutual settlement decree) with which machibugyosho (a town magistrate's office) could refuse receipt of kanekuji itself was often put in force.
  646. Accordingly, its characteristic is more of a law that was established to be supported by shogunal retainers than that which was established by the Kamakura bakufu with an iron fist.
  647. Accordingly, katsuobushi manufacturers have come to attach instructions to their products, but still there is no end to the discarding of fungus-sprayed katsuobushi, they say; in the first place, the utensil used to shave katsuobushi has disappeared from the modern Japanese household.
  648. Accordingly, koryo under the control of Zuryo began to be treated like their private assets.
  649. Accordingly, kyuryo-gakusei were preferentially selected as Monjo tokugosho (Distinguished Scholars of Letters) and this examination became a gateway to the instructor of Daigakuryo or official post of Shikibu-sho (the Ministry of Ceremonies).
  650. Accordingly, like the Tokugawa clan, the Shimazu clan also deceptively used the name, Seiwa-Genji.
  651. Accordingly, local people in the Daigo Ward established 'To Run Community Buses in the Daigo Area Citizens' Association' in September 2001, which was mainly organized by the Residents' Liaison and Discussion Association, and people started to strongly demand a local bus route.
  652. Accordingly, looking for quality wood, Chogen already visited Yoshino and Ise only to fail in fulfilling his mission.
  653. Accordingly, many descriptions of the sekkan-ke (the families which produced regents) in the cloister government period are seen.
  654. Accordingly, many informed persons recognize the hashira-jochu as the original form of alcohol addition in the current production process of Japanese sake wine.
  655. Accordingly, many of them took the side with the Retired Emperor Gotoba in the Jokyu War then lost their power.
  656. Accordingly, methods of expression in rakugo can be classified into two categories, basic factors (words and gestures) directly linked with the art of the storyteller, and restricted tools (props and costume) that complement these basic factors through their versatility.
  657. Accordingly, more than the disasters of Toshimichi OKUBO and Tomomi IWAKURA, it is probable that the crime was committed by fuhei shizoku (the former samurai with gripes of the former bakufu side).
  658. Accordingly, not much attention was paid to Todai-ji Temple, which decelerated the restoration project.
  659. Accordingly, not only other transportation companies in Kansai but also companies from Okayama and Shizuoka prefectures joined the Surutto KANSAI Association in order to start using 'PiTaPa.'
  660. Accordingly, one can't change from a local train to a faster one here, and therefore some seasonal ticket users get off a local train here, run to the nearest Fushimi-inari Station and take an express train in order to reach areas in the direction of Sanjo more quickly.
  661. Accordingly, one of the principles in lawsuits was that only the transference of a kugen could legally confirm the transfer of an ownership right through assignment or sale.
  662. Accordingly, only 'Jogan Gishiki' was confirmed to have existed, but there was still another view that it was simply titled "Gishiki;" therefore, it is unknown whether the title 'Jogan Gishiki' was virtually used or not.
  663. Accordingly, only women who were householders became eligible to vote for the first time in Japan.
  664. Accordingly, osechi dishes are now sometimes purchased at department stores or restaurants.
  665. Accordingly, other sects than Jodo Shinshu became less strict with butsudan than the Jodo Shinshu Sect.
  666. Accordingly, people call the place shiourifuchi (salt sales deep water).
  667. Accordingly, people decided not to cook on New Year's Day in order to avoid taxes.
  668. Accordingly, people may say that full-flavored tea is kkneaded.
  669. Accordingly, political faction of Okuma at the Okura-sho (Ministry of the Treasury) criticized Kuroda regarding the cheap sales prices and called for stop of the sales publicly; hence, Ito got very angry because he considered this as contributions to enemies and completely changed his opinion, agreeing with the banishment of Okuma.
  670. Accordingly, quite a few of his disciples became great artists.
  671. Accordingly, relations between them gradually deteriorated.
  672. Accordingly, rule over the people was strengthened throughout the country and around 670, against the backdrop of increasing control over the provinces, the ancient family register system, which is considered to be the first family register in Japan, was created.
  673. Accordingly, sake breweries in Kyoto called sake from outside of the Kyoto area as yosozake and watched out for them, and they often asked the Imperial Court and the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) for the suspension of sales.
  674. Accordingly, sake made from rice turned into something disorderly, resulting in widespread of yami zake (illegal sake) or diluted sake such as Kingyoshu (a type of diluted sake described cynically because it is weak enough to let gold fish live in) which was produced by adding water to increase the volume.
  675. Accordingly, some believe that the alliance would have conceived the idea of inaugurating Rinojinomiya as the Emperor Tobu and setting up the Tohoku government.
  676. Accordingly, some doubt whether the oracle of Usa-jingu Shrine really was about imperial succession, and the others speculate that it may be the Empress Shotoku herself who wished Dokyo's succession of the imperial throne.
  677. Accordingly, some of his works have been released to the public domain as DVDs.
  678. Accordingly, some of the jito achieved ichien shihai (complete ruling) of their territory by obtaining the right to both shitaji and jobun and started to take on the character of zaich-ryoshu (local lord).
  679. Accordingly, some of those who were appointed the regular Dazai Gonnosochi worried about their reputation such that TAIRA no Korenaka appealed to the government to appoint him Dazai no sochi.
  680. Accordingly, some people strongly associate ikki with the uprising of an armed group.
  681. Accordingly, some point out that sufficient investments for safety and safety management might have prevented the accidents.
  682. Accordingly, successors to Onmyoji and Onmyo hakase were chosen from among the three.
  683. Accordingly, sumo wrestlers do not wear anything but a mawashi (a sumo wrestler's belt).
  684. Accordingly, the Classics were gradually losing their holiness, and The Six Classics began to be treated as mere history.
  685. Accordingly, the Eizan Electric Railway became a wholly owned subsidiary of the Keihan Electric Railway.
  686. Accordingly, the Hirata family formed a close relationship with the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  687. Accordingly, the Japanese Communist Party rapidly extended its influence throughout Kyoto; conversely, the Japan Socialist Party gradually lost its influence.
  688. Accordingly, the K-Limited Express is formally publicized as a new type of train, but essentially it's a conventional train in which only its type designation has been changed.
  689. Accordingly, the Keifuku Electric Railroad established the Eizan Electric Railway, thereby separating the management of two lines, the Eizan Main Line and the Kurama Line from the Keifuku Electric Railroad.
  690. Accordingly, the Mitoya clan was attacked by the Amago clan, but fought off the Amago forces with reinforcements by Takaie SHISHIDO and Takamichi YAMAUCHI.
  691. Accordingly, the Taira clan, together with Emperor Antoku, left Kyo, Capital to the west in July 25, 1183.
  692. Accordingly, the Tsuruga City is demanding that the JR West increase the number of trains and make an exception for boarding with commuter tickets (see below), but it's not certain whether the demand will be accepted.
  693. Accordingly, the Wakizaka family, which was a small domain of tozama daimyo (nonhereditary feudal lord) could become a fudai daimyo (a daimyo in hereditary vassal to the Tokugawa family).
  694. Accordingly, the aforementioned shopping districts near the train stations steadily declined, with many vacant stores appearing.
  695. Accordingly, the allied forces of Ming and Korea gave up the attack and switched to a battle of encirclement.
  696. Accordingly, the aspect of awarding honors was more emphasized.
  697. Accordingly, the auditorium is set with the main hanamichi.
  698. Accordingly, the authority of Gunji was gradually absorbed by the authority of Kokushi.
  699. Accordingly, the bakufu initially issued orders to forbid tokusei.
  700. Accordingly, the decision required a certain amount of cost and time for the research of buried cultural properties.
  701. Accordingly, the direct line between Imoarai and Uji was closed.
  702. Accordingly, the eldest son Shintaro and the fourth son Kikuo acquired about 62% stock of Ichizawa Hanpu Co., Ltd. in accordance with the "second will."
  703. Accordingly, the entrance to the underground passage is now closed.
  704. Accordingly, the equipment for ETC is now being installed at the Miyazu-Amanohashidate Interchange, as well as at the Maizuru-oe Interchange of the Ayabe Miyatsu Road,
  705. Accordingly, the era, in which sake other than junmaishu was the mainstream, lasted for a long time.
  706. Accordingly, the fares between some stations were restructured.
  707. Accordingly, the following zareuta (limerick) was composed in the Edo period.
  708. Accordingly, the form pursuant to kushikiyomonjo (documents prescribed in Kushiki-ryo [ritsuryo law] in the ritsuryo system) came to be used (because gejo was taking the form of ge [the prescribed form for a written statement submitted to superior government office] of kushiki-ryo).
  709. Accordingly, the height of Ran is almost the same as the width of the roll of cloth.
  710. Accordingly, the hikitsukekata became a mere fa?ade and were no longer appointed from the early fifteenth century.
  711. Accordingly, the idea of 'the Ritsuryo system equals slavery' or 'the Ritsuryo system equals a system of exploitation based on a dictatorship' was refuted and, instead, the concept of villeinage that views the peasants as serfs, has been suggested.
  712. Accordingly, the initial Tokaido crossed water from the Miura Peninsula of Sagami-no-kuni to the Boso Peninsula of Kazusa-no-kuni (Awa-no-kuni became independent in 718).
  713. Accordingly, the jurisdiction of each inspector extended over more than 10 provinces in the case of a large circuit, and 2 or 3 provinces in the case of a small circuit.
  714. Accordingly, the law facilitated the establishment of the Shugo-ryogoku system (the system where a Shugo dominate a manor) by the samurai families (Shugo).
  715. Accordingly, the length of arrow is made longer.
  716. Accordingly, the length of daytime at Shubun is approximately 12 hours 7 minutes and, the night approximately 11 hours 53 minutes long.
  717. Accordingly, the length of daytime at the vernal equinox is approximately 12 hours 7 minutes and, the night approximately 11 hours 53 minutes long.
  718. Accordingly, the line between Amagasaki and Tsukaguchi was interrupted for quite a while.
  719. Accordingly, the line from Emperor Go-Fukakusa to Emperor Go-Komatsu is called Jimyoin-to.
  720. Accordingly, the major sector of the zaibatsu is heavy industry; they have strong production relationships among companies, which is called the 'Imozuru' system (one-after-another system).
  721. Accordingly, the method to purchase the right of emissions at auction is spreading, meanwhile there are issues such that getting an initial fund for purchase is a considerable burden and a management risk arises caused by the fluctuation of prices.
  722. Accordingly, the name of the river at the foot of Mt. Takao-san was changed to Kiyotaki (清滝).
  723. Accordingly, the number of 10000 yen notes is sometimes counted as counting the number of persons in the manner of one person, two persons, and the like.
  724. Accordingly, the number of foreigners with a sense of resistance against chopsticks has decreased.
  725. Accordingly, the old tracks which have many curves and are difficult to be double-tracked, was once abandoned.
  726. Accordingly, the operation of local trains between Kyoto and Nishi-Akashi stations was divided into two lines, one between Kyoto and Koshien-guchi stations and another between Suita and Nishi-Akashi stations.
  727. Accordingly, the period of the Northern and Southern Courts came to an end, and the imperial line was integrated into the line of the Northern Court.
  728. Accordingly, the periodization of the former was named the Ritsuryo period and its state regime was named Ritsuryo polity.
  729. Accordingly, the phrase uttered by heavy drinkers called nonbei, "alcohol itself is sakana for alcohol," is not necessarily incorrect, and in fact, it clearly shows their dependence on alcohol.
  730. Accordingly, the process of coagulation can't be blocked by the protease (proteolytic enzyme) contained in such fruits as pineapple and kiwi.
  731. Accordingly, the railway line of Kurama Denki Tetsudo became the Kurama Line of Keifuku Dentetsu.
  732. Accordingly, the relative power of Kawachi-Genji in the samurai family declined.
  733. Accordingly, the retainers of the Chiba clan split into two camps.
  734. Accordingly, the ritsuryo system (a system of centralized government based on the ritsuryo code) started to lose its ruling power that had lasted only for a short period.
  735. Accordingly, the same type 103 cars were judged to be able to sufficiently cope with the demand of the Keihanshin Local Line.
  736. Accordingly, the search of the pagoda was conducted by an imperial order from Emperor Ichijo, and a samurai called NODANI no Mitsumori found a big mound in the hill at the back of Ishido-ji Temple.
  737. Accordingly, the services of 'Asashio' increased to six round trips.
  738. Accordingly, the station belonged to Eizan Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
  739. Accordingly, the station belonged to Keifuku Electric Railroad Co., Ltd.
  740. Accordingly, the stile on the pillar side is configured to have a width nearly equal to that of the groove while the meeting stile is not modified.
  741. Accordingly, the surroundings of the pass have been almost completely developed with only a little greenery is there.
  742. Accordingly, the swimming areas provided at Lake Biwa and the Kizu-gawa River became popular.
  743. Accordingly, the temple had a role as a branch temple of Kofuku-ji Temple Daijo-in from the beginning, and it also gradually gained a character of jingo-ji (a temple attached to a shrine) as the Honji Suijaku theory (that emphasizes the Shinto gods are manifestations of the heavenly buddhas and bodhisattvas) became popular.
  744. Accordingly, the tenant famer system (landlord-tenant farmer system) developed with kanden as well as with private estates.
  745. Accordingly, the term Honmaru is sometimes used to refer to the essence of matters, the core of an organization, etc.
  746. Accordingly, the title Kosh was given to daughters of the emperor and empress in the Great Korean Empire (1887-1910).
  747. Accordingly, the twenty-seventh day of each month is designated as 'butsudan no hi' (the day of Buddhist altars) by Zen Nihon Shukyo Yogu Kyodokumiai (literally, a Cooperative of Religious Utensils Dealers of all Japan).
  748. Accordingly, the way of muck removal had been changed; it is confirmed that from the ninth century to the tenth century, purificatory asceticism was mainly applied, under the influence of Onmyodo (way of Yin and Yang; occult divination system based on the Taoist theory of the five elements), instead of former purification.
  749. Accordingly, the word '鴻臚' (pronounced 'Koro') meant a call for announcing a visit from a diplomatic mission.
  750. Accordingly, the word Oni means 'strong' and 'bad.'
  751. Accordingly, there are five relatively short tunnels (the Third Ogoto tunnel) around Ogotoonsen Station.
  752. Accordingly, there are many local communities throughout Japan that have their own folk songs for a dance featuring their particular localities; it's not at all rare for a municipality, or a chamber of commerce and industry, to compose an original local folk song for the dance.
  753. Accordingly, there are not a few historians who hold the view that Prince Takami was not a real person and TAIRA no Takamochi, who is presumed his son, was actually the son of Imperial Prince Kuzuwara presumed to be his father.
  754. Accordingly, there are still such shops which are keeping their noren (a short, split curtain hung at the entrance of a store, which now represents the stores' goodwill and credit) in various places even after the Meiji Restoration.
  755. Accordingly, there are various types of script such as one with detailed Togaki, one with very little Togaki, etc., depending on preferences of playwrights and stage directors.
  756. Accordingly, there is a high probability that the package of kudzu flour without the details of raw materials and producing areas contains kudzu flour that has originated in other countries.
  757. Accordingly, there is a thesis that it was translated freely, complying with the point of Kannon-gyo Sutra (Myoho Renge-kyo Kanzeon Bosatsu Fumon Hon No. 25, 妙法蓮華経観世音菩薩普門品第二十五).
  758. Accordingly, there was also a widespread idea that returning the right of ownership to the original owner of that property should be realized in the right governance (or tokusei).
  759. Accordingly, there were no divided sections in the doma at that time.
  760. Accordingly, these East Asian countries accepted and absorbed the Tang Dynasty's Ritsuryo system to bolster national power.
  761. Accordingly, these building usually have a comparatively long set of steps.
  762. Accordingly, they asserted that action based on them was also free from good and evil.
  763. Accordingly, they donated the lands to the Juryoso (career provincial official class) as shoen.
  764. Accordingly, they officially decided to take 'the opening of Japan' for a national policy of Japan (Meiji government).
  765. Accordingly, this act was abolished on July 1, 1954.
  766. Accordingly, this major repair, which focused on the large roof, totaling more than 3.4 billion yen, taking seven years from 1973.
  767. Accordingly, this transcript has been possessed by Sonkeikaku-bunko, which was initially the library of the lord of the Kaga clan Maeda family and is managed by Maeda Ikutokukai at present.
  768. Accordingly, though the featured dish is a ramen which uses soup made out of soy sauce and backfat like 'Sugichiyo,' unlike 'Sugichiyo,' it features many different kinds of ramen, and its salt ramen is also popular.
  769. Accordingly, three bus companies were operating their buses on the route between Uji Shako and Kintetsu Okubo.
  770. Accordingly, tofu is not rotten.
  771. Accordingly, train series 103 was transferred to the Hanwa and Musashino Lines.
  772. Accordingly, very few gokenin were directly selected from those who guarded the route that a shogun took for Kojunin.
  773. Accordingly, when Empress Genmyo abdicated the throne to Empress Gensho, Emperor Tenchi ordered the investiture based upon "the lay which is also irreversible like the universe and deemed as the permanent code."
  774. Accordingly, when people at that time saw the word "性法," it was accepted with understanding that modern international law was (Confucian) morality and law which were blended together.
  775. Accordingly, with the increasing interest in Western culture, people had seldom put on Mompuku and as a result have become less familiar with Kamon.
  776. Accordion pleat
  777. Accordring to the statistics in 1926, the total amount of the military currency issued in sending troops to Tsingtao was 11,812, 197 yen, and 161,956 of which was not uncollected.
  778. Accoring to the Imperial Rescript in 1868, Edo was renamed Tokyo.
  779. Accounting Bugyo, Michiaki ENOMOTO (Tsushima)
  780. Accounting Bugyo, Rokushiro KAWAMURA
  781. Accounting School
  782. Accounting School is not established in Doshisha University, but it is a semi-member's school.
  783. Accounts of journeys
  784. Accounts that were handed as evidence or histories of lawsuits by Military Land Stewards, shogun's vassals, temples and shrines, or ones that were offered in accordance with requests.
  785. Accumulation of practices in each field was eventually compiled in a manual as manners and ancient practices, and it is worthy of attention that what was legally meaningful and what was not were not strictly segmented.
  786. Accuracy
  787. Accurately, however, fun, rin, and mo are the units to show the proportion of decimal fractions to 1.
  788. Accused of his past crime, Yasuke becomes defiant and says that he will deliver the drawing to the Kono family.
  789. Achar (India)
  790. Achi no Omi and Umakai no Omi led Suigun (warriors who battle in the sea) and defeated Goguryeo.
  791. Achi-jinja Shrine (Achi-mura, Shimoina-gun, Nagano Prefecture)
  792. Achi-jinja Shrine (Kurashiki City)
  793. Achi-jinja Shrine - the Shito shrine located in 1 Honmachi, Kurashiki City, Okayama Prefecture, derived from Prince Achi (Achi no Omi), who was the ancestor of Sakanoue and Yamatonoaya clans,
  794. Achievement
  795. Achievement and Honors
  796. Achievement and Personality
  797. Achievements
  798. Achievements and Literary Works
  799. Achievements and evaluation
  800. Achievements and personality
  801. Achievements as a Master of Tea Ceremony and Public Evaluations
  802. Achievements as a poet
  803. Achievements as an Influential Person in the Financial World
  804. Achievements in his forties
  805. Achievements in the Jinshin War
  806. Achievements of Mino no Okimi
  807. Achievements, etc. during his reign
  808. Achieving a lot of good results in battles, Mitsuhide was given Shiga District, Omi Province in 1572, where he built Sakamoto-jo Castle and occupied it.
  809. Achieving fame at Sekigahara, he was conferred the title of Director of the Provincial Governors of Tango Province and became Kunimochi Daimyo (a daimyo having domain of one province or more).
  810. Achiki
  811. Achime:
  812. Achimenowaza (also known as Achimewaza, Achimesaho, Ajimenosaho, and so on) is a Kagurauta (songs to accompany kagura [sacred music and dancing performed at shrines] performance) performed in the Imperial Court or shrines.
  813. Achimenowaza (songs to accompany kagura performances)
  814. Acid level
  815. Acid level is defined as the number of milliliters of 1/10 normal solution of sodium hydrate for titration that is required for disacidifying ten milliliters of sake.
  816. Acidic springs
  817. Acidic springs are hot springs that contain a mass of hydrogen ion.
  818. Acids including lactic acid gives "koshi" to sake.
  819. Acknowledgement of Korea's independence
  820. Acknowledgement that foreigners were three ranks above the bureaucracy spread among commoners.
  821. Acoustic device
  822. Acquired by Katsumoto HOSOKAWA, the land at the foot of Mt. Kinugasa (Kyoto Prefecture) on which Ryoan-ji Temple is located had been a mountain retreat of the Tokudaiji family from the time of Saneyoshi TOKUDAIJI, a descendent of the FUJIWARA-Hokke family.
  823. Acquisition and Classification of Materials
  824. Acquisition of office as top army surgeon and writing activities
  825. Acrobatics
  826. Acrobatics, Daikagura (Street performances of a lion dance and jugglery)
  827. Across Japan, including Tohoku region, there are legends that say Emperor Chokei visited these areas secretly, and some say that he invented the Nanbu Senbei (Nanbu rice cracker).
  828. Across Nishi-kawa River, in Warabio there was a ferry for the boats which carried goods from Shingu for woodcutters in the mountains (refer to "Meguri").
  829. Across the Abukumagawa River 1.5 km north from the Yanagawa city center (Yanagawa-jo castle town) through National Route 349, Oyama, the Oeda-jo Castle where the Date army lined up to face Abukuma-jo Castle can been seen on the left.
  830. Across the ocean, we conquered ninety-five countries.'
  831. Across the road from Kanchiin, there is an old tile-roofed gate that used to be the front entrance of Hobodaiin.
  832. Across the sea, he subdued ninety-five countries along the Northern sea.'
  833. Act 1
  834. Act 1 'The attack in Edo Castle' (first performed at the Tokyo Theater in January, 1936)
  835. Act 1 - Scene at the Water Gate of the Taga Family, Scene at Taga-myojin Shrine
  836. Act 10 'Oishi's last day' (first performed at the Kabuki Theater in February, 1934)
  837. Act 1: A scene of Okudono (manor) in the Osaka castle
  838. Act 2
  839. Act 2 'The Second messenger' (first performed at the Tokyo Theater in January)
  840. Act 2 - Scene of Hawking, Scene at Jinya (regional government office)
  841. Act 2: Scene of Sakuragari (Cherry blossom Viewing) on Mt. Yoshino
  842. Act 3
  843. Act 3 'The Final conference' (first performed at the Tokyo Theater in April, 1935)
  844. Act 3 - Scene at the Palace of the Taga Family, Scene at the Residence of Takahashi
  845. Act 3: Scene of tamari (a dark sauce) in the castle
  846. Act 4
  847. Act 4 'Fushimi shumoku-machi'
  848. Act 4 - Scene at Shijogawara
  849. Act 4: Scene in front of the torii (an archway to a Shinto shrine) to Hokoku-jinja Shrine
  850. Act 5
  851. Act 5 'Ohama-goten Tsunatoyokyo' (Lord Tokugawa Tsunatoyo) (first performed at the Tokyo Theater in January, 1940)
  852. Act 5 - Scene at the Shop in Imadegawa
  853. Act 5: Scene of Kuranosuke WATANABE's residence
  854. Act 6 'The parting in the snow at Nanbuzaka' (first performed at the Kabuki Theater in 1938)
  855. Act 6 - Scene at Kuragari-toge Pass
  856. Act 6: Scene of Oku Shoin, the inner drawing room of the Katagiri residence.
  857. Act 7 'The back gate of Kira's mansion'
  858. Act 8 'Sengaku-ji Temple' (first performed in November, 1941)
  859. Act 9 'The judgment at the mansion of Lord Sengoku'
  860. Act Eight
  861. Act Eleven
  862. Act Five
  863. Act Five : Nakazo Nakamura (Rakugo)
  864. Act Four
  865. Act Four: Kuradecchi Yodogoro (Yodogoro, the shop boy confined in a warehouse)
  866. Act II
  867. Act III
  868. Act IV
  869. Act Nine
  870. Act One
  871. Act Seven
  872. Act Seven: Yakusha Musuko (a son who is an actor)
  873. Act Six
  874. Act Six: Shikaseidan
  875. Act Ten
  876. Act Ten: Rihei AMANOYA (Rakugo) (Gihei AMAKAWAYA)
  877. Act Three
  878. Act Three: Shichiya Shibai (pawnshop theater)
  879. Act Two
  880. Act Two: Shibaiburo Shibaiburo (drama in the public bath)
  881. Act V
  882. Act VI
  883. Act as a male role even though having a heart of a female (Baiko ONOE VII)
  884. Act for Extraordinary Vicarious Execution of State Affairs
  885. Act four: the scene of a full array of firemen in Shinmei-cho (town) ・ the scene of a quarrel over the admission fee for the sumo performance
  886. Act on Protection of Cultural Properties, Article 77, Paragraph 1 mentions as below:
  887. Act that sets the ceremonies of the Imperial Court, crests of Imperial family, banners, seating arrangement in Imperial ceremonies, etc (Imperial family's Act No. 7 in 1926)
  888. Act three: the scene at Kisaburo's place in Sukiyagashi ・ the scene at Tatsugoro's place in Hamamatsucho
  889. Act two: the scene at the front of a playhouse in the precincts of Shiba Shinmei Shrine
  890. Act Ⅰ (Jomaku)
  891. Act Ⅰ, Scene 1: The scene of Tsukuda-oki Shinchi-bana
  892. Act Ⅰ, Scene 2: The scene of Fukagawa Yamato-cho
  893. Act Ⅱ (Nimakume)
  894. Act Ⅱ, Scene 1: The scene of Niken-jaya
  895. Act Ⅱ, Scene 2: The scene of Gonin-giri
  896. Acted by Asahi KURIZUKA "Moeyo Ken" Year 1970, by TV Asahi.
  897. Acted by Asahi KURIZUKA "Shinsengumi Keppuroku" Year 1965, by TV Asahi.
  898. Acted by Asahi KURIZUKA "Shinsengumi" Year 1973.
  899. Acted by Asahi KURIZUKA "Toshizo HIJIKATA Moyeyo Ken" (Director: Hirokazu ICHIMURA), Year 1966 by Shochiku.
  900. Acted by Beat Takeshi "Taboo (Movie)" (Director: Nagisa OSHIMA, Year 1999, by Shochiku.
  901. Acted by Daisuke HIRAKAWA "Hinata no Ookami: Shinsengumi Kidan".
  902. Acted by Eugene NOMURA "When the Last Sword is Drawn" (Director: Yojiro OTAKI), Year 2003, by Shochiku.
  903. Acted by Hideaki ITO "Wachigaiya Itosato" Year 2007, by TBS.
  904. Acted by Hiroaki MURAKAMI "Shinsengumi Keppuroku" Year 1998, by TV Asahi.
  905. Acted by Ichiro RYUZAKI "Fu-un Shinsen-gumi" (Director: Masaki MORI) Year 1961 by Shintoho.
  906. Acted by Ikko FURUYA "Shinsen-gumi Shimatsuki".
  907. Acted by Isao NATSUYAGI "Mibu no Koi Uta" Year 1983, by NHK.
  908. Acted by Isao YAMAGATA "Shinsen-gumi" (Director: Yasushi SASAKI) Year 1958.
  909. Acted by Jyoji Nakata "Peacemaker Kurogane".
  910. Acted by Jyun HASHIZUME "Tokugawa Yoshinobu (NHK Taiga Drama)"Year 1998.
  911. Acted by Kaoru OURA "Hokuten Genou - HIJIKATA Sekisomu-"(Year 2008, FA Kikaku [Theatre Division]Sakura Sakura Company History Monologue Series No. 3).
  912. Acted by Kaoru OURA "SAKURA no gotoku, Like a cherry tree" (August 2006, FA Kikaku [Theatre Division] Sakura Sakura Company) Participated in the 2006 New York International Fringe Festival, and received Judges' Special Award.
  913. Acted by Kaoru OURA "SAKURA no gotoku, Like a cherry tree" (February 2005, FA Kikaku [Theatre Division] Sakura Sakura Company) Kyoto Drama Festival.
  914. Acted by Kazuhiro KOMATSU "Chio Chimorin S" (Year 2003, by theater unit pan-dan Sasa).
  915. Acted by Keiju KOBAYASHI "Shinsengumi" (Director: Tadashi SAWASHIMA), Year 1969 by Toho.
  916. Acted by Kensaku HARA "Shinsen-gumi Oni Taicho" (Director: Toshikazu KONO) Year 1954.
  917. Acted by Kiichi NAKAI "Shinsengumi" (Director: Kon ICHIKAWA), Year 2000, by Media Box.
  918. Acted by Ko NISHIMURA "Cruel Story of the Shogunate's Downfall" (Director: Tai KATO), Year 1964 by Toei.
  919. Acted by Koji TAKAHASHI "Okita Soji (Movie)" (Director: Masanobu DEME), Year 1974, by Toho.
  920. Acted by Koji YAKUSHO "Moeyo Ken" Year 1990, by TV Tokyo.
  921. Acted by Koji YAMAMOTO "Shinsengumi !! Hijikata Toshizo Saigono Ichi-nichi" Year 2006, by NHK (sequel to "Shinsengumi !").
  922. Acted by Koji YAMAMOTO "Shinsengumi !" Year 2004, NHK Taiga Drama.
  923. Acted by Mao AYABUKI/Kei OTOZUKI "Hoshikage no Hito".
  924. Acted by Masaomi KONDO "Byakko-tai (Nippon Television Network TV Drama)" Year 1986.
  925. Acted by Muga TAKEWAKI "Shinsengumi" Year 1987.
  926. Acted by Nobuyuki HIYAMA "Bakumatsu Kikansetsu Irohanihoheto".
  927. Acted by Norio NISHIKAWA "Hissatsu! Buraun-kan no Kaibutsu-tachi" (Director: Jyo HIROSE) (Year 1985, Hissatsu Series), by Shochiku.
  928. Acted by Rei ASAMI "Hoshikage no Hito".
  929. Acted by Rikiya KOYAMA "Rurouni Kenshin: Meiji Kenyaku Romantan".
  930. Acted by Ryotaro OKIAYU "Bakumatsu Renka Shinsengumi".
  931. Acted by Saki ASAJI "Makotono Gunzo/Miwaku II-Neo Egoist !" Year 1997.
  932. Acted by Seizaburo KAWAZU "Shinsen-gumi Part 1 the Book of Kyou Rakufu-kan, Part 2 Ikedaya Incident, Part 3 Maken-Ranbu" (Director: Ryo HAGIWARA), Year 1952 by Toei.
  933. Acted by Shigeru AMACHI "Shinsen-gumi Shimatsuki" (Director: Kenji MISUMI), Year 1963 by Daiei.
  934. Acted by Sho AIKAWA "KANSAI SUPER SHOW Aboru-daaju" Year 2004.
  935. Acted by Shozaburo DATE "Ryoma ga Yuku Year 1982 version" by TV Tokyo.
  936. Acted by Taiten KUSUNOKI "Mutsu Enmei Ryugaiden Shura no Toki".
  937. Acted by Takehito KOYASU "Shinsengumi Gunrouden".
  938. Acted by Takeo CHII "Shinsen-gumi Ikedaya no Ketto" Year 1992, Tokyo Broadcasting System.
  939. Acted by Takeshi KATO "Shinsengumi Keppuroku Isami KONDO" (Director: Shigehiro OZAWA)
  940. Acted by Tatsuya FUJI "Katsu Kaishu (NHK Taiga Drama) Year 1974.
  941. Acted by Tatsuya KAMIKAWA "Kaze Hikaru (Taeko Watanabe)".
  942. Acted by Tatsuya KAMIKAWA "Moeyo Ken" Year 2004.
  943. Acted by Tetsuya WATARI "Goryokaku (TV Drama)" Year-end Jidaigeki Special, by Nippon Television Network.
  944. Acted by Tetta SUGIMOTO "Bakumatsu Junjyo-den" (Director: Mitsuyuki YAKUSHIJI)Year 1991, by Shochiku.
  945. Acted by Tsuyoshi IHARA "When the Last Sword is Drawn" Year 2002, by TV Tokyo.
  946. Acted by Yataro KUROKAWA "Souretsu Shinsen-gumi"(Director: Yasushi SASAKI) Year 1960 by Toei.
  947. Acted by Yo OIZUMI "LOOSER - Ushinai Tsuzukete Shimau Album-" (Year 2004, 10th performance of TEAM-NACS).
  948. Acted by Yoshio KANEUCHI "Ryoma ga Yuku (NHK Taiga Drama)" Year 1968.
  949. Acted by Yukihiro EDA and Megumi KOYAMA "Sakura Gasane" (Year 2007, 24th performance of Theater SK Group).
  950. Actes japonicus and its related species are used to produce this kind of Shiokara, but strictly speaking, they are a kind of shrimp, not of mysid shrimp.
  951. Acting Major Counselor, Senior Second Rank
  952. Acting Style
  953. Acting himself as the rear guard three times, he dispersed and repulsed the riot force.
  954. Acting in concert with Tadaakira MIZUNO, a prominent figure during the Bunka and Bunsei periods, Yasuto MATSUDAIRA naturally climbed up the ranks by following in his steps and assumed a post as roju.
  955. Acting in concert with the Kakoho of 1253, the Kamakura bakufu set official prices in that year and the following year.
  956. Acting in concert, Nakagawa's and Takayama's corps so far fighting an uphill battle forced back Akechi's troops, who then broke into a stampede.
  957. Acting on the recommendation of Muso Kokushi, Takauji ASHIKAGA constructed Ankoku-ji Temples with Risho-to Pagodas throughout the country from 1338, but this pagoda was designated the Risho-to Pagoda for the capital city and an offering of Buddhist relics was made.
  958. Acting on the tip, TATSUKAI no Tsuneto and his 300 soldiers surrounded the lodge in the evening of March 4.
  959. Acting president committee members of Rikken seiyukai
  960. Acting style
  961. Actinometers and radiometers
  962. Action against the incident
  963. Actions of Daishu revealed the incident which showed the magnitude of hostility of Kofuku-ji Temple to the Taira clan, but consequently, contained opposition to Kofuku-ji Temple attack by Court nobles and gave a legitimate reason to dispatch large force to Kofuku-ji Temple.
  964. Actions of Russia
  965. Actions of the Court
  966. Actions of the Japanese Government
  967. Actions such as those represented a significant departure from the sense of protocol in those days.
  968. Activated charcoal
  969. Activated charcoal (Disposable body warmer)
  970. Active career of hijiri and shonin
  971. Active fermentation doesn't occur, and relatively quiet reactions such as aminoglycoside reactions are continued instead.
  972. Active in Kyoto in the early 19th century, and developed 'Kyoryu tegotomono' in Jiuta, and composed various masterpieces.
  973. Active in Kyoto in the early 19th century, and left masterpieces of Jiuta and Sokyoku.
  974. Active ingredients
  975. Active mainly in Kanazawa City, Ishikawa Prefecture
  976. Activelink Co., Ltd.
  977. Actively involved in many genres of creative activities, such as the writing of haiku, tanka, shintaishi (poems in the new style), novels, critiques, and essays, he had a considerable influence on modern Japanese literature and is considered to be one of the foremost writers of the Meiji Era.
  978. Actively performed in Edo, invented four-stringed Kokyu, and was the founder of Fujiue school.
  979. Actively performed in Edo, the founder of Yamada school Sokyoku
  980. Actively performed in the early 19th century as an excellent player of Koto.
  981. Activities
  982. Activities after World War II
  983. Activities as a Shishi
  984. Activities as a leader of Asianism
  985. Activities during the initial period
  986. Activities during the war time
  987. Activities for bringing good luck
  988. Activities for sources of absorption (activities for sinks)
  989. Activities in Boshin War
  990. Activities in the 9th century show a history after the subjection of indigenous inhabitants in eastern Japan was settled by FUNYA no Watamaro for the time being.
  991. Activities in the end of Edo period
  992. Activities in this line progressed towards emphasizing points common to Japanese history and European history.
  993. Activities of Yamato Takeru no Mikoto
  994. Activities of Yoshimoto NIJO and change of family business for the Nijo family
  995. Activities of each warlord after Honnoji Incident
  996. Activities of kanjin-hijiri
  997. Activities within Japan came about by borrowing a part of the residence of Ryokei.
  998. Activity
  999. Activity of Akuto (a villain in the medieval times) in various provinces, rebellion of Ezo (northerners) in Oshu and Ando clan War had happened while his office in regent.
  1000. Actor A and Actor B in the style of 'kuriage' (gradually elevate their voice): "Sah, sah, sahsahsahsah!"

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