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  1. He afterwards directed various Enoken films (films starring Enoken, or Kenichi ENOMOTO) at Photo Chemical Laboratory Co. Ltd.
  2. He again unified the opinion of a domain people into kaikoku joi (opening the country to the world and excluding foreigners).
  3. He again visited Kyoto for the ritual to pray for peace at the palace in September 1655.
  4. He again visited Kyoto in May 1673 for the reestablishing of Chinese characters to be avoided and to attend the tokudo (enter the Buddhist priesthood) of Cloisered Imperial Prince Tenshin, who was later to become the second Rinnojinomiya Monzeki.
  5. He aggressively advanced the foreign mission.
  6. He agonized over the fact that he had his father, Genji, in the position of subject, but Genji refused firmly his offer to abdicate the Imperial throne in favor of Genji.
  7. He agreed to and supported the 'Nihon Mingei Undo' (Japanese folk art movement) that Muneyoshi YANAGI and others set up from the Taisho period to the beginning of the Showa period.
  8. He agreed with Yobo-ji Temple in Kyoto on service and provided a principal image of Nichimoku in 1587.
  9. He agrees with the standard theory in terms of the size of the allied forces which was two and a half to three times as large as that of the Takeda force.
  10. He aimed at modernizing Japanese financial, economic and industrial sectors as well as improving the balance of international payments through these policies.
  11. He aimed to bring private association together and unite for a common purpose under the Nationalism and Asianism.
  12. He aimed to build a society free from the discrimination between the rich and the poor by providing equal opportunities of education.
  13. He aimed to create a country independent of the Imperial Court, but his rebellion was put down by FUJIWARA no Hidesato and TAIRA no Sadamori and so on (Johei-Tengyo no Ran (Rebellion of Johei-Tengyo)).
  14. He aimed to do this by constructing a shrine at the mausoleum of the Emperor Meiji and raising the spirit of the nation.
  15. He aimed to prove that the emperors' dynasty had lasted since ancient times.
  16. He aims to attack Yoshitsune and his party who visit his boathouse as guests.
  17. He all but subjugated Shinano Province while simultaneously carrying out the Battle of Kawanakajima against Kenshin UESUGI of Echigo Province, whom he fought in the process of invading Shinano Province, which was said to have occurred five times.
  18. He allied with the Ogigayatsu-Uesugi clan in the Kanto region who fought with the Gohojo clan that was a newly-emerging daimyo of Sagami Province, and kept fighting against the Hojo forces at Tsuru-gun, Kai Province.
  19. He allied with the moderate Hirobumi ITO to expel Shigenobu OKUMA from the government (The Failed Meiji-14 Coup of 1881).
  20. He allowed Kofuku-ji Temple to adopt only original 20 kanpu-shuto as office workers or security, and give them 380 koku in total.
  21. He allowed a revolution in the space where tea drinking was practiced.
  22. He already had such a great talent for calligraphy that he was regarded as a child prodigy calligrapher when he was very young, and he supported the family income with his calligraphy calling himself Chikushisanto when he was eight years old.
  23. He already made a hundred temple bells by 1981 and published "A hundred bells."
  24. He also abolished Juninkyoku which consisted of the family head, sorinin, sihainin, fuku-shihainin (acting manager) and riji.
  25. He also accompanied Takauji when he escaped to Kyushu region.
  26. He also achieved fame as a poet.
  27. He also acted a tachiyaku (leading male-role actor), and supported kabuki plays.
  28. He also acted as a guardian for Seishi ("Gukansho" (Jottings of a Fool)).
  29. He also acted as a kajin (waka poet) and his daughter married FUJIWARA no Sadaie.
  30. He also acted as the Tachibanashi choja (chieftain of the Tachibana family).
  31. He also actively protected ordinary people by implementing measures of relief on their behalf.
  32. He also actively took part in the peace movement for the abolition of nuclear weapons, being among the members including Max Born who jointly published the Russell-Einstein Manifesto.
  33. He also adopted FUJIWARA no Akinari, a son of FUJIWARA no Akito (明任), as his son.
  34. He also adopted MINAMOTO no Koreshige of Saga Genji (the MINAMOTO clan originated from Emperor Saga).
  35. He also adopted MINAMOTO no Nakaie (elder brother of MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka), son of MINAMOTO no Yoshikata who was killed in action in a battle against MINAMOTO no Yoshihira, son and heir of Yoshitomo, in the Kanto region before Hogen Disturbance; the reason for his adoption was unknown.
  36. He also adopted his nephew, MINAMOTO no Tadamune (the third son of MINAMOTO no Yoshitada).
  37. He also adopted the wife of Sadayoshi OGASAWARA (who was Hidemasa OGASAWARA's mother).
  38. He also advocated his theory that the stories were written roughly in the order stated in the preface.
  39. He also advocated politico-religious separation, freedom of faith in 'Sanjo-kyosoku Hihan' and worked for the revival of Buddhism which was placed under Shintoism, and the separation from Daikyoin (Great Teaching Institute).
  40. He also aimed to suppress the remaining Togoku (the eastern part of Japan, particularly the Kanto region).
  41. He also allows Heiemon to become a member of the comrades.
  42. He also announced his name as Tadao at one time.
  43. He also appeared alongside Tsunatayu TAKEMOTO VIII and Yashichi TAKEZAWA in "Musume Kagekiyo Yashima Nikki" in 1959 in a performance combining the previously incompatible media of kabuki and bunraku puppet theater, for which he was awarded the Theatron Prize and the Mainichi Arts Prize.
  44. He also appeared in the novel "Niwaka" by Ryotaro SHIBA.
  45. He also appeared in various TV drama series, many of which became big hits.
  46. He also appeared on the society pages of newspapers as Naruhito HIGASHIKUNI after he left the Imperial Family.)
  47. He also appears in 'Yamato Monogatari' (the Tales of Yamato).
  48. He also appears in Uji jujo (The Ten Quires of Uji).
  49. He also approached by TAIRA no Kiyomori, who had been strengthening his influence, and succeeded to make his son, FUJIWARA no Kanemasa, marry a daughter of Kiyomori.
  50. He also arranged the marriage between Nagara's daughter, FUJIWARA no Takaiko, and Imperial Prince Korehito, laying the groundwork of his family's power for future generations.
  51. He also asked the various feudal lords in Kyushu to support the Shimazu clan.
  52. He also assumed Innocho Betto (chief administrator of a retired Emperor's office) under Cloistered Emperor Gotoba.
  53. He also assumed Sakone no chujo (Middle Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  54. He also assumed that the bird talked in Chinese because it was brought from China, and that was why Japanese couldn't understand what it said.
  55. He also assumed the position of Chori (chief priest) of the Yokawa Precincts on Mt. Hiei during the Jokyu era.
  56. He also attached compliments to 'Kanbakuzu,' a painting by the artist Masanobu KANO (the founder of the Kano school) in his early days, who also served for Yoshimasa.
  57. He also attacked the Oda clan's Mikawa Ansho-jo Castle (Anjo City, Aichi Prefecture), captured Nobuhide's first bastard child and the castle commander Nobuhiro ODA and used him to retrieve Takechiyo in exchange for the hostages.
  58. He also attempted to enhance koto, and succeeded in making a koto which made a louder sound.
  59. He also attended at the court for Oshirogo (game played in the presence of the shogun in the castle during the Edo period) from this year.
  60. He also attended lectures given at Kennin-ji Temple and Nanzen-ji Temple and studied under Shinzui KIKEI of Inryoken Household.
  61. He also authored a kagakusho, or book on the study of waka poems, titled 'Waka Jusshu'.
  62. He also backed up Yoritsune KUJO with Mitsutoki NAGOE, FUJIWARA no Sadakazu, Mototsuna GOTO, Mitsumura MIURA, Tamesuke FUJIWARA, Yasumochi MIYOSHI, and came into conflict with the regent Tsunetoki HOJO.
  63. He also became Betto (chief officer) of the Imperial Household Agency to Emperor Goshirakawa.
  64. He also became Gaikokukan Hanji (a magistrate of Foreign Office) in November working at Hakodate Prefecture and was raised to Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  65. He also became Innocho-Betto (Chief Administrator of the Retired Emperor's Office) for Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa and his behavior is described in "Gyokuyo" (Kanezane KUJO's diary) as having 'engaged in the ways of etiquette for years and he now receives great praise.'
  66. He also became Toshi choja (head of the Fujiwara clan).
  67. He also became Udaijin (minister of the right) in 1663, and Juichii-sadaijin in 1670, but he resigned in 1671.
  68. He also became a disciple of a herbalist Jakusui Ino to study herbalism, after he found difficulties for understanding the names of animals and plants described in Chinese poetry book, 'Shikyo.'
  69. He also became a governor-general of the Choshu Conquest Forces.
  70. He also became a member of the Japan Art Academy.
  71. He also became a paragon of the Ii clan, which supported Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) as a head fudai daimyo (a daimyo in hereditary vassal to the Tokugawa family) in the Edo period, and founded the base of modern day Takasaki City, Gunma Prefecture and Hikone City, Shiga Prefecture.
  72. He also became a student of Shoheiko (a school run by Edo bakufu) and learned from Toin SHIONOYA and Sokken YASUI.
  73. He also became famous from debating with Yasuaki AIDA.
  74. He also became friendly with the Amano clan who had a hard time after rebelling against the Ouchi clan as well as the Kumagai clan whose relationship with the Aki-Takeda clan had deteriorated.
  75. He also became friends with Gaho HASHIMOTO through Keinen IMAO, thus, deepening his connection with Meiji Kanto Gadan, a painter's circle.
  76. He also became good friends with a close adviser of Nariakira SHIMAZU, Umon HOJO (Nakanojo KIMURA) who fled from Satsuma Domain to Chikuzen because of a family feud over Nariakira SHIMAZU's heir.
  77. He also became intimate with the court nobles such as Tomomi IWAKURA and joined Tosei-gun (the new government army) after the restoration of Imperial rule.
  78. He also became president of the Red Cross, The Fisheries Association, Butoku kai and Koya Mountain prosperous association.
  79. He also became the Toshichoja (representative of the Fujiwara clan).
  80. He also became the president of Nada Commercial Bank (later known as Kobe Bank) which he established and held positions such as the chairman of the Japan Sake Brewers Association, the director of the Muko Steamship Company and the counselor of the Japan Mutual Savings Bank over the years.
  81. He also began to issue "Shigarami Soshi" (Constraint Brochure), the first journal in Japan focusing on comment and criticism, along with coteries including Takeji, with funds of 50 yen he had earned from his manuscript of "Omokage" (Vestiges) (The publication was continued until vol. 59, when the Sino-Japanese War broke out).
  82. He also belonged to Kenseikai (Constitutional Party).
  83. He also brought Kyoto under his control.
  84. He also brought a social trend for ostentatiousness known as Basara under control.
  85. He also built Hiroshima-jo Castle and moved his base from Yoshida Koriyama-jo Castle to this castle, which was facing the Inland Sea, on a more convenient location.
  86. He also built the first locomotive ever to be made in Japan.
  87. He also called "Tosotsu Sentoku."
  88. He also called himself 'Shofutei Kuchu.'
  89. He also called himself Chojitsubo.
  90. He also called himself Gorojiro ANDO.
  91. He also called himself Gorozaemon AMAGASAKIYA and had such alias as Aremido, Sozan Inzan, and Soinshi.
  92. He also called himself Hyottosai KOKUZOIN while he was a ronin, or masterless samurai.
  93. He also called himself Kosaku.
  94. He also called himself Mitsuyoshi (光吉), Shinhachiro (新八郎), and Kumohachi (雲八).
  95. He also called himself Motoyasu HASHIO, but came to call his surname as Odaka, because he was from the Takashina clan.
  96. He also called himself Nuinosuke that was a common name used by the heads of the Kyo Kano family for generations.
  97. He also called himself Nukiuji, Hichiro Ujinobu, Chikuo or Keno Zenchiku.
  98. He also called himself Oboro HARUNOYA or Shujin HARUNOYA.
  99. He also called himself Oson and Ukean.
  100. He also called himself Sakoku FUJIKAWA and Iemon SAKOKU.
  101. He also called himself Shogonbo.
  102. He also called himself Tenta or Denta.
  103. He also called himself Tomomune KOREMUNE, Tomomune SO, and Tomomune MUTO.
  104. He also called himself Tsuchimikado nyudo (lay-monk).
  105. He also called himself Yoriyuki.
  106. He also called himself after the names of his residences or his studies Kyurin-sai, Kinbai-an, and Enbai-ken.
  107. He also called himself as Yoshitaka KISO.
  108. He also called himself to be Toyokuni the third, which caused a stir in 1870.
  109. He also called himself 経明 and 恒明 (Tsuneaki).
  110. He also called the 12 clans of Ayano Atai (Wa no Ayano Atai) for betrayals, after the discussion with SAKANOUE no Kumake.
  111. He also calls himself Matsusaburo KATAOKA.
  112. He also carried a notebook on his early morning walks.
  113. He also carried out administration of Kyoto as seen in the fact that, in 1568, he gave permission to Luis Frois to live and be engaged in missionary work in Kyoto.
  114. He also carried out land surveys in Suruga, Totomi and Mikawa Provinces.
  115. He also carried out the functional change of Onmyodo shifting the emphasis from 'art' to 'religion and jujutsu.'
  116. He also carried the name Mototsune.
  117. He also chanced to be on the scene of Hijikata's death in battle.
  118. He also changed the contents into mainly educational things such as loyalty and filial piety, humanity and justice, and gratitude.
  119. He also changed the names of night schools, which were privately organized by volunteers and which provided educational opportunities to working children, to private night schools and aided such schools.
  120. He also claimed that "Iyo" (Toyo) was the first ruler of Wa, who assumed the Chinese-style name of "[Wa] Yo."
  121. He also claimed that 'when we can't identify the corresponding material, we don't transcribe from Azuma Kagami at all, instead we wait for a future study.'
  122. He also claimed that Jesus Christ was the incarnation of Itakeru no Mikoto, and Christ later descended to Japan and became Yamato Takeru (no Mikoto.)
  123. He also claimed that it was more reliable, compared with the record of the shogun Genji.
  124. He also claimed to be ill and did not take part in the battle.
  125. He also coined the phrase "Do not compete for the world."
  126. He also collaborated with Katsu Production, lead by Shintaro KATSU, and filmed the pieces representing his later phase, such as "Shin heitai yakuza: Kasen" (The hoodlum soldier (new version): fuse).
  127. He also collected modern Western artwork, which make up the other main collection of this museum.
  128. He also commented, "Those statues are different from what our experts make and I am astonished that he already felt a state of mind that I finally attained with difficulty in making those statues."
  129. He also communicated with Frank Lloyd Wright and participated in many projects including the construction of the Diet Building.
  130. He also competed with Kiyomasa to see which one could get to Keijo Prefecture first for attack and outwitted him to get there one day earlier.
  131. He also compiled "Kiyosukeshu" (the Selected Verses of Kiyosuke) and wrote theoretical works such as "Fukurozoshi" (also known as Fukuroshoshi) (A Book of Folded Pages), "Ogisho,"(The Book of Arcanum) and "Wakaichijisho" (A Critique of the Wakaichisho (A Poetic Anthology)).
  132. He also compiled Zokuzo-kyo Sutra with Buddhist literature that existed during that time in Gakurin (the official academy of scholars).
  133. He also compiled a private anthology called 'Sadayorishu' (the Selected Verses of Sadayori).
  134. He also compiled a private anthology entitled 'Sakyodaibu Akisukekyoshu' (the Selected Verses of Lord Akisuke the Governor of the Left Side of Kyoto).
  135. He also compiled educational books including "Kuchizusami" and "Sezokugenbun."
  136. He also compiled his personal collection of "Moromitsu shu" (Poems of Moromitsu) and the private anthology of "Kagetsu shu" (Poems of the Beauty of Nature), but the latter was scattered and is nonexistent today.
  137. He also compiled the 'Fudoki (descriptions of regional climate, culture, etc.) of Chikuzen Province Second Edition' by traveling throughout the Domain.
  138. He also compiled the private anthology 'Sukechikakyo-shu' (the Selected Verses of Lord Sukechika).
  139. He also compiled the private anthology, "Yoshinobushu" (the Selected Verses of Yoshinobu).
  140. He also compiled various achievements of the text study so far into the 'book of research,' and a part of various materials collected in order to make a collection of old annotations were compiled into 'book of materials' and 'book of pictorial records.'
  141. He also composed a poem related to having faith in the power of language: 'It has been said that this country, Yamato, is a country protected by the spirits of language, so please relax and keep safe on your journey'.
  142. He also composed byobu-uta (verses on themes depicted on folding screen) and was an active participant of poetry contests.
  143. He also composed haiku (a Japanese poem in seventeen syllables having a 5-7-5 syllabic form and traditionally containing a reference to the seasons).
  144. He also composed haiku and tanka that were related to yakyu, such as "Throw a ball in an open space To see spring grass in the field", "Nine players take up positions, The ball game is about to begin", and contributed to spreading baseball in Japan.
  145. He also composes songs.
  146. He also concludes that Kagetoki KAJIWARA, who tattled on Yoshitsune's movement, was an evil-minded person.
  147. He also concludes that they should wait for the warrior-monks of Kofuku-ji Temple to help them, and opens a war of attrition.
  148. He also conducted Kokin denju (the secret transmissions of the "Kokinshu," Anthology of Old and New Japanese Poems) to Tanetada ENDO, the lord of Mikami Domain.
  149. He also conducted a research on erekiteru (friction generator).
  150. He also conducted economic activities such as renting the paddy field of Todai-ji Temple and making other peasants rent them.
  151. He also considers that records written by FUJIWARA no Sadakazu and TAIRA no Moritsuna (Saburo-hyoenojo), retainers of the Tokuso family, might have supplemented the work.
  152. He also consolidated legal proceedings.
  153. He also constructed a shrine in Harima Province.
  154. He also constructed the Uozumi no tomari (Uozumi port) in Harima Province in 832, using his own funds.
  155. He also contributed an article to the magazine "Japan Review."
  156. He also contributed as an educator.
  157. He also contributed in propagating Nohgaku (the art of Noh) by founding the Noh study group at Osaka University and instructed Noh for more than 30 years until he died.
  158. He also contributed to cultural development.
  159. He also contributed to female action films such as "Karei naru tsuiseki" (1975) starting with "Sukeban" that were produced at the same period as pornography films.
  160. He also contributed to the development of the business world, starting cotton spinning and railway industries, promoting industrialization.
  161. He also contributed to the establishment of Hosei University.
  162. He also contributed to the field of crafts, designs, and textile designs besides architecture.
  163. He also contributed to the flourishing of Kamakura culture, such as inviting Shuho GIDO who was a disciple of Soseki MUSO.
  164. He also contributed to the golden days of Daiei film, directing "The Hoodlum Soldier," "Nakano Spy School," as well as the fist film of the two blockbuster series starring Shintaro KATSU and by Raizo ICHIKAWA (VIII), respectively.
  165. He also contributed to the government of the area during the defensive war in the Kagoshima region.
  166. He also contributed to the sakutei and shukei of Kyoto gyoen national park, Goennai gosho, Shugakuin Imperial Villa, Katsura Imperial Villa, Nijo-jo Castle, Kiyomizu-dera Temple, Nanzen-ji Temple, Myoshin-ji Temple, Honen-in Temple, Shoren-in Temple, and Ninna-ji Temple.
  167. He also cooperated and developed close ties with the newly-risen Ise-Heishi by marrying a daughter of TAIRA no Masamori and performing for TAIRA no Tadamori as an eboshi-oya (a person who puts eboshi [formal headwear for court nobles] on a young man's head at a genpuku [coming-of-age] ceremony).
  168. He also cooperated in the launch of an art magazine 'Kokka' (currently still published by Asahi Shimbun Publications Inc.) and also worked as its editor.
  169. He also created "hasamibako", a box for carrying.
  170. He also created Chinese poems in the collections of Chinese poetry such as "Ryounshu" (A collection from above the clouds), "Bunka Shureishu" (The second Imperial Chinese poetry collection) and "Keikokushu" (A collection of managing the country), and also created waka (classic Japanese poetry) in "Gosen shu" (Later selected collection of Japanese poetry).
  171. He also created a large wall painting at Higashi Hongan-ji Temple, but it was later destroyed in a fire.
  172. He also created literary works such as poems, songs and nursery stories.
  173. He also created new Japanese words (based on Chinese characters) such as 'Kokyogaku, Kokyokyoku' (both meaning symphony), and gave a lecture on western music with Nobu KODA (a younger sister of Rohan), a musician who had come back to Japan after six-years' studying in Europe and America ('With western music and Ms. Koda').
  174. He also created the Doan-gakoi (enclosure) and the Doan-buro (portable brazier).
  175. He also created the Kyogen, a type of dialogue-driven comedy.
  176. He also created the post of shoshoen-sogeshi-shiki (a local official to operate Shoen private estates) and appointed TAIRA no Moritoshi Shoshoen-sogeshi.
  177. He also dealt with problems regarding the center of gravity of diagrams as well as cycloids.
  178. He also decided to build a gunpowder manufacturing plant in Uji, Kyoto and an arms factory in Osaka.
  179. He also decided to contribute Kudomi no sho manor in Hyuga Province, and so on as jiryo (estate of temple).
  180. He also dedicated himself to innovate the civil politics as Minbukyo (Minister of Popular Affaires), in cooperation with Minbu no taifu (Senior Assistant Minister of Popular Affaires) SUGANO no Mamichi.
  181. He also dedicated himself to patronage Motomichi, who was a bereaved child of Motozane.
  182. He also defeated the Kitabatake Clan from the former Southern Court, and purged imperial family members or made them enter the priesthood to finally destroy the influence of the Latter South Court.
  183. He also defeated the rebellion of his uncle, Yoshitake KIKUCHI, who planned for reinstatement and destroyed the Kikuchi clan in 1554, to ensure power in Higo Province.
  184. He also described in the "Toan Essay," which he authored, an episode in which he angered a large number of court nobles who were still pro-Joi (expulsion of the "barbarians"), by being the first person among the court nobles to visit the Imperial Palace wearing western-style clothing.
  185. He also describes how the participants of a gathering for kaidan tales told a story one after another.
  186. He also developed a new poetic sentiment in Haiku based on his theoretical beliefs which were closely connected to reality via life drawing and realism due to being influenced by the naturalism of the 19th century in Europe.
  187. He also devised the 'nijimi-taka' technique of painting using watery sumi (black ink).
  188. He also devoted himself to establishment of Kyoto Chamber of Commerce and Industry and so on to contribute to the founding of the modern industrial city of Kyoto.
  189. He also devoted himself to kobu-gattai (integration of the imperial court and the shogunate) such as Kazunomiya koka (the marriage of Kazunomiya Imperial princess to an ordinary person).
  190. He also devoted himself to meteorology research, and founded the meteorological observing station on Mt. Tsukuba at his own expense.
  191. He also did a translation of foreign geography, such as "Shinsei Chikyu Bankoku Zusetsu" (New World Map) in 1786, "Chikyu Zenzu" (World Map) in 1791, and "Roshia-shi" (Russian History) in 1793.
  192. He also died early, however, and around the last days of the Yoro period, she married her older paternal half-brother OTOMO no Sukunamaro by whom she had two daughters, SAKANOUE no Oiratsume and SAKANOUE no Otoiratsume.
  193. He also directed "Shirukuhatto no Ooyabun" (The Boss of Silk Hat) (1970) which seemed like a mixture of the "Gokudo Series" (Mafia Series) and the "Hibotanbakuto" as an entertaining yakuza film.
  194. He also directed 11 films there from 1929 to 1932.
  195. He also directed and wrote the script (collaborated with Koji TAKADA) for "Mamushi no kyodai, kyokatsu sanokuen" (Adder Brothers 3 million yen), the sixth work of "Mamushi no Kyodai" released in 1973.
  196. He also directed many Hibari films (films acted by actress Hibari MISORA) after 'Nodojimankyo jidai' (Mad Period of Being Proud of Throat) in 1949.
  197. He also directed six episodes of the legendary TV drama "Kizu darake no tenshi" (Scarred Angels) series broadcast by Nippon Television Network Corporation (the largest number of episodes directed in the series).
  198. He also directed the exploitation of Yakumo-cho in Hokkaido started by the old feudal retainers of the Owari Domain in 1878.
  199. He also directed the movie "Shaka (Buddha)," the first 70 mm film produced in Japan.
  200. He also directed the theatrical movie "Hissatsu 3: Ura ka omote ka" (Professional killers 3, up or down).
  201. He also directed three silent pictures in Shinko Cinema, an affiliated company of Irie Production.
  202. He also discusses that since the fact that MINAMOTO no Yoshitomo could donate Soma-mikuriya, it was not just a piece of paper and indicated a contract for the local collection of tax, and the donation could not have been made independently from the de facto land ruling.
  203. He also dismissed Hirochika KUZE, a member of the Roju, and Katsukiyo ITAKURA, who was a jisha-bugyo (a magistrate of temples and shrines) who opposed Naosuke's policy in the cabinet.
  204. He also dispatched Sadayo (Ryoshun) IMAGAWA and Yoshihiro OUCHI to Kyushu, where the Southern Court dominated, to debilitate its influence and consolidate the power of the Shogunate.
  205. He also dispatched an expeditionary force to the Odawara Campaign against the Gohojo clan in 1590 with Kagekuni YAMAURA in the vanguard.
  206. He also displayed abilities as a politician, and it is said that he tried especially hard to seize the hearts of the public and was adored by the people of the domain.
  207. He also doubled as a position of Kebiishi (a police and judicial chief) at the time of The Chotoku Conspiracy, and took command of arresting the Minister of the Interior, FUJIWARA no Korechika.
  208. He also drew a lot of original paintings strongly influenced by the Shijo school, which might have been because he first studied in that school (according to a story by himself).
  209. He also drew beautiful women paintings and genre paintings of manners and customs; fresh young women in "Fuzoku sanjuniso" are famous.
  210. He also drew illustrations for Yomiuri Shinbun newspaper.
  211. He also drew illustrations for children's magazines and for works of poetry.
  212. He also earned Michinaga's trust to the point that when Michinaga became seriously ill, he called Yukinari to ask him to be Koken (guardian) of his legitimate son Tsuru gimi (Yorimichi).
  213. He also edited a private collection of poems "Ama no Tekora Collection."
  214. He also elucidated a general theory on elimination using resultants in his 1683 "Kaifukudai no ho."
  215. He also enacted policies such as Shoryo Ando (authorization of land ownership and guarantee of feudal tenure) and granted himself the authority to act as regional Military Governor.
  216. He also encouraged Sumo, presumably because as a prince he had worked as the sumai no tsukasa (in charge of the sumo matches held in the presence of the Emperor).
  217. He also encouraged separation of government and religion and took measures to establish a centralized administrative system.
  218. He also engaged in some literary activities and wrote dangibon (comical stories that were popular during the Edo period).
  219. He also engaged in the field of foreign diplomacy, as he participated in the peace talks after the Anglo-Satsuma War in 1863 as an interpreter of Edo bakufu.
  220. He also engaged in work as a prison chaplain and missionary work in the army.
  221. He also enjoyed seal engraving.
  222. He also enjoyed sexual relations with many women, which is said to be one of the reasons why his wife had an affair with Tenshin OKAKURA.
  223. He also entered Morimura Gakuen Elementary School.
  224. He also established 'Joeki-sha' to introduce the Japanese arts to foreign countries but was ousted due to the various circumstances.
  225. He also established 'the Mori-Ryosen system.'
  226. He also established Nihon Kokusai Jido Shinzenkai (Japan international goodwill association for children) and exchanged Japanese dolls and American dolls (doll with blue eyes) to promote exchanges.
  227. He also established as many as twenty temples in Kyoto and Nara.
  228. He also established monopolistic trade association (za) such as the copper guild, the the ginseng guild, and the brass guild.
  229. He also established the 'Osaka Mainichi Shinbun' newspaper (now the Mainichi Shinbun) by reorganizing the ailing 'Osaka Nippo.'
  230. He also established the bittern industry and launched a tonic medicine "Blutose" in 1916.
  231. He also established two valued friendships with Wilhelm Roth, Surgeon Major General of Saxony, who was a master of his, and Keirke, an army surgeon and one of his co-workers, who excelled at foreign languages.
  232. He also excelled as poet and 14 of his waka poems are included in the collections of poems created at the order of the imperial family, such as "Goshui Wakashu" ("Later Gleanings of Japanese Poems", 4th Imperial Anthology).
  233. He also excelled at literature and music.
  234. He also excelled at painting.
  235. He also excelled at playing the koto (Japanese zither), and was friends with FUJIWARA no Kanesuke, KI no Tsurayuki and OSHIKOCHI no Mitsune.
  236. He also excelled at waka and joined waka competitions such as the one held in the Imperial Palace in 1214.
  237. He also excelled in Chinese prose and poetry, and compiled 'Shinsen Roei Shu' (Newly Selected Collection of Roei).
  238. He also excelled in fue (Japanese flute) and waka, and two pieces are recorded in "Senzai Wakashu" (Collection of Japanese Poems of a Thousand Years) and "Shinkokin Wakashu" (New Collection of Ancient and Modern Japanese Poetry) respectively.
  239. He also excelled in waka (a 31-syllable Japanese poem) and "Myoe Shonin Waka-shu" is a collection of his waka.
  240. He also excelled in waka and wrote 'Waka Iroha' () of Kagakusho (a book on the study of waka poems), and 'Genpo-shu' (玄宝集) of shisenshu.
  241. He also exhibited 'Sozenhi' and 'Shuou Shokyojo' for the exhibition of Hojo (copybook printed from the works of old masters of calligraphy).
  242. He also exiled one of 47 roshi Kazuemon FUWA from the domain.
  243. He also explained that such anger was calmed over time by the portion of the divine spirit of Naobi no kami.
  244. He also expounded the theory of fixed division between uppers and lowers, and legitimized in Edo society a hierarchy with samurai at the top, followed by farmers, artisans, and merchants.
  245. He also extended his influence to Kawachi Province and established the golden age of the Tsutsui clan.
  246. He also familiarized milk, sea bathing and so on.
  247. He also filled important roles such as Konoe no daisho (Major Captain of the Palace Guards) for the Empress of Emperor Komei in 1858, naidaijin (Minister of Center) and Kokuji goyogakari (a general official of the Imperial Household in charge of the State affair) in 1862.
  248. He also filled the post of Daikan (local governor) of the land directly controlled by Nobunaga in Takashima County with Mototsuna KUTSUKI and others.
  249. He also followed the last desire of Commodore Ding Ruchang and saved the lives of solders.
  250. He also formed Kinsei insha and endeavored to cultivate many tenkokuka.
  251. He also formed a deep relationship with his countryman Kanzan YAMADA and he asked YAMADA to engrave a seal of Juroku Rakan.
  252. He also formed an alliance with Nobunaga ODA by accepting Nobunaga's adopted daughter as the wife of his son, Katsuyori, in 1565.
  253. He also formed an alliance with his adopted son-in-law Nagaharu BESSHO of Harima Province.
  254. He also fought in the 1560 Battle of Okehazama in Suruga Province against the Imagawa clan.
  255. He also fought in the Oei War, the uprising by Yoshihiro OUCHI occurred in 1399 in Sakai City, and became shugo (the military governor) of Bingo Province.
  256. He also fought in the Tenguto War.
  257. He also fought the Onodera clan in the neighborhood north and subdued the Ueura County (Hiraka County, Ogachi County).
  258. He also founded Chiyoda Girls School (former Musashino University) and Musashino Girls' School, and he was also active in education for the blind, protection of youths, and foundation of day-care centers, hostels and Asoka Hospital.
  259. He also founded Nihon Sosaku-hanga Kyokai (Japan creative print art association) in 1918, and Yofu-hanga Kyokai (Western-style print art association) in 1930 (表記の変更).
  260. He also founded Takigawa Junior High School by investing a huge amount of money.
  261. He also frequently appeared on TV and radio.
  262. He also fulfilled his duty to convey a command from a retired emperor Emperor Kogen of Jimyoin-To Line (imperial lineage from Emperor Gofukakusa to Emperor Gokomatsu, Northern Court of Japan) and hand the Imperial standard (made of gold brocade) to Takauji, which laid the foundation of the relationship between the Ashikaga Shogunal family and the Hino family.
  263. He also gained a reputation for a great number of dances including "Musume Dojoji" (The maiden at Dojo-ji Temple), "Onatsu Kyoran" (Onatsu's Madness) and "Fuji Musume" (Wisteria Maiden).
  264. He also gained familiarity with Zen and was fond of reading "Genko Shakusho" (A history of Japanese Buddhism) compiled by Kokan (a monk) of Tofuku-ji Temple, discussing its contents with monks.
  265. He also gained favorable results in his battle with Sukemoto SHONI of northern Kyushu.
  266. He also gathered a lot of people to remove stones from the road in Awata in 1016.
  267. He also gave an important position to the head of Roju (Senior Councilor of the shogunate) Tadakuni MIZUNO to let him purge the Ienari group for promoting Tempo Reforms.
  268. He also generalized the theory of the double series of Ajima.
  269. He also got along well with other lodgers such as Lucius 'The woman in black,' and was fortunate to have good colleagues and masters such as Franz Hoffmann at the Universit?t Leipzig.
  270. He also got involved in the Kinmon Incident, which took place on August 20, 1864.
  271. He also got involved in the establishment of Senshu School (Present-day Senshu University), which was founded in September 1880.
  272. He also got the credit there, and he was raised to Genro (elder statesman) of Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  273. He also had 'Oda Uraku-zo' (owned by Shoden Eigenin) drawn.
  274. He also had Imperial mausoleums throughout Yamato and Kawachi Provinces investigated, spending a huge amount of money to restore 66 of them which were in need of repair.
  275. He also had Prince of Paekche, Gyouki, at his home.
  276. He also had a adopted son named Masataka.
  277. He also had a chivalrous spirit as seen in the fact that he treated kindly Ennosuke ICHIKAWA the third, who had been fighting singlehanded at that time, and often took part in his troupe.
  278. He also had a close relationship with Ogai MORI, and treated one of Ogai's best friends named Naojiro HARADA.
  279. He also had a close relationship with the Tokugawa shogunate and was granted to use a portion of the real name of Ieyasu TOKUGAWA's first name to the name of his adopted son from Yukiie KUJO, "Yasumichi NIJO," in 1613.
  280. He also had a common-man and sociable personality and liked pachinko (Japanese pinball) and horse races.
  281. He also had a daughter named Toku, who was left with her uncle Tadamasa SENGOKU, and then died in 1635.
  282. He also had a daughter, a wife of Dainagon (Major Counselor) Kimitaka SHIGENOI.
  283. He also had a deep knowledge of Buddhism and compiled "Sanpo-ekotoba" (a Japanese literary collection of Buddhist narratives), "Kuya-rui" (a eulogy for Kuya, a Buddhist priest during the 10th century) and so on.
  284. He also had a different pseudonym, Hakuundojin.
  285. He also had a dispute on "anti-idealism" with Shoyo TSUBOUCHI in Waseda Bungaku (Waseda Literature).
  286. He also had a hobby of playing the Biwa (Japanese lute).
  287. He also had a menacing look, and people would put their hands down on the tatami mat and avoid his eyes, at least, that is the story was passed down from generation to generation by Kikujiro SAIGO, who was a child born out of wedlock.
  288. He also had a profound knowledge of art.
  289. He also had a profound knowledge of culture and invited Sesshu to dispatch him to Ming.
  290. He also had a strong bond with Keiko KISHI like a colleague with an outstanding connection in the period, the number of works, a variety of roles, and she was offered to stand in for Fujiko YAMAMOTO who could not appear in "Sasameyuki."
  291. He also had a thorough knowledge of the Tendaishu sect.
  292. He also had a younger brother who entered Honko-in Temple and became a Zen priest.
  293. He also had an adopted son, Gon Dainagon Nobusue SANJONISHI.
  294. He also had an opportunity to observe the dissection of a dead body in Kozuka execution ground (Minamisenju, Arakawa Ward, Tokyo Prefecture) with Ryotaku MAENO, who happened to bring back the same medical science book from Nagasaki and Junan NAKAGAWA, and admired how accurate the anatomical chart of the book was.
  295. He also had another child, FUJIWARA no Mao, who held the title of Benkan (Oversight Department, Division of the Daijokan responsible for controlling central and provincial government offices).
  296. He also had common names such as Joemon, Seisaku, Masataka, and Maji.
  297. He also had daughters, Houunin (a wife of the lord of Tosa domain, Toyomasa YAMAUCHI and a wife of the lord of Takatuchi Domain, Naotoki NAGAI.,
  298. He also had detailed knowledge about sencha (green tea of middle grade), and is said to have invented kibishiyau (small teapot).
  299. He also had different pseudonyms, including Tetsujin, Tetsushi and Tetsugai.
  300. He also had exchanges with Azusa ONO, etc. and contributed to the establishment of Waseda-daigaku Bukkyo Seinen Kai (Waseda University Young Men's Buddhist Association).
  301. He also had fine administrative skills, which meant that he became a bugyo (magistrate) ahead of more senior vassals at the age of 38 in 1586.
  302. He also had his biological son (Yoritsune MATSUDAIRA) by his concubine, who was adopted by his elder brother.
  303. He also had homosexual relationships as well as other busho during the Sengoku period in those days.
  304. He also had name of Hidetaka.
  305. He also had other go of Atami (since he originated from Omi) and Shounsei, Hokuzen Shoin, Toko Sanjin, Fusho Shujin and Taishin, from the name of his residential area.
  306. He also had other names: Gichiku, Hanin and Taisho.
  307. He also had pen names such as 'Enzan', 'Hankatsujin', and 'Tochimando.'
  308. He also had several concubines, and the mother of his first son later called Imperial Prince Arisugawanomiya Taruhito was a different consubine from the mother of his fourth son later called Imperial Prince Arisugawanomiya Takahito.
  309. He also had some bakufu's criminals under his charge.
  310. He also had some concubines, such as the daughter of Nagatsugu MORI who was the lord of Tsuyama Domain.
  311. He also had such a sweet tooth, ill-matched to his gigantic build, that he cooked a cauldron full of shiruko (sweet adzuki-bean soup) and ate it all up.
  312. He also had the common names Dewa no Hangan (inspector (third highest of the four administrative ranks of the ritsuryo period)) and Tosa no Hangan.
  313. He also had the habit of assigning the Gamo surname to meritorious vassals; it was best to have fewer family members with the same name, but he mass produced them, earning the rebuke of Toshiie MAEDA.
  314. He also had the name of Yosabei.
  315. He also had the title of Sakyo no daibu (Master of the Eastern Capital Offices).
  316. He also had two daughters and married them to Nagasada SHINDO (a grandson of Nagaharu), a vassal of the Konoe family, and Toshimoto SHINDO, a feudal retainer of the Ako clan, respectively.
  317. He also harshly criticized the three styles of the most well known version of the "Koya-gire" and this proves that he held the San-shikishi, especially the "Sunshoan-shikishi," in high esteem.
  318. He also has a mysterious ability which allows him to sense the 'thought' a person had while they were in a certain place.
  319. He also has a relationship with Asagao no Saiin (Priestess of Morning Glory).
  320. He also has a younger sister.
  321. He also has an artisan-like side to him that enables him to demonstrate a great degree of skill in the genres of comedy and mystery.
  322. He also has children born out of wedlock, Kaneharu and Yoshihisa SADA.
  323. He also has many disciples such as Kazuo IKEHIRO, Seijiro KOYAMA, Shigeki CHIBA, Minoru MATSUI, Uson Kim, Hirotaka TASHIRO, and Kumiko TABUCHI.
  324. He also heard a rumor that Takamori SAIGO, who had died during Seinan War, was still alive in Russia and he would come back to Japan with Nicholas, so he feared that he would be deprived the medal which had been given to him during Seinan War.
  325. He also held a New Year's party called 'the Dutch New Year,' according to the Western calendar at Shirando every year, to which Kodayu DAIKOKUYA, who was drifted to Russia, and others were invited.
  326. He also held important posts such as the vice chairman of the Tokyo Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Imperial Railway Association.
  327. He also held key posts such as Sanyo (one of the top three posts established by the Decree) and Governor-General of the Penal Law Administrative Secretariat (the present-day equivalent of Minister of Justice).
  328. He also held military posts, and excelled in calligraphy and music.
  329. He also held the position of Fukucho jokin (assistant vice commander).
  330. He also held the position of Nakatsukasa no taifu (Senior Assistant Minister of the Ministry of Central Affairs).
  331. He also held the position of Sakonoechujyo.
  332. He also held the post of Awa no kuni no Kokushi (the provincial governor of Awa Province), but he is said to have returned to the capital in 1030 while throwing away the seal and keys (for the administration of local offices), due to the Revolt of TAIRA no Tadatsune.
  333. He also held the post of Danjoi.
  334. He also held the post of Jibukyo.
  335. He also held the post of Kaganosuke.
  336. He also held the post of Kozuke Taishu.
  337. He also held the post of instructor at Osaka Imperial University (present Osaka University) in 1933.
  338. He also held the post of the instructor of Osaka Imperial University.
  339. He also held the post of the shugoshiki (provincial constables) of Wakasa Province, where his family had been appointed to be a Shugo (provincial constable).
  340. He also held the title of Sakyo no daibu (Master of the Eastern Capital Offices).
  341. He also held the title of baron.
  342. He also held the titles of Kyoshiki (Kyoto government official), Konoe fu (Imperial Guard Division), and Dazai gon no sochi (Provisional Governor-General of the Dazai-fu offices).
  343. He also helped the foundation of schools such as Doitsugaku Kyokai Gakko (School of the Society for German Studies, present-day Dokkyo Gakuen [Dokkyo Group of Academic Institutions]) and Keika Junior High School (present-day Keika Gakuen), as well as credit and industrial cooperative associations.
  344. He also hiked up Beitai, the highest peak at over 3000m, when he was 47 years old.
  345. He also hired some Chinese (who might have been exiled from Ming China to Mito) who became his hereditary retainers or servants.
  346. He also holds the record as the longest-lived member of the Japanese Imperial family in the period since definite records have been kept.
  347. He also hosted a salon called Usei-kai, which invited foremost litterateur including Ogai MORI.
  348. He also hosts exhibitions inside and outside Japan, and publishes his study results.
  349. He also identified the next generation, "Amanoyoto no Mikoto," with Toyo.
  350. He also imitated sansui-ga (Chinese-style landscape painting), and published "I Fukyu IKE no Taiga Sansui-ga Fu" in which he reduced the size and imitated the sansui-ga drawn by Fukyu I and IKE no Taiga.
  351. He also implemented foreign policy reforms, such as promoting Western learning, surveying "Ezochi" (the Ainu-dwelling area in the Matsumae Domain) proposed by Heisuke KUDO and others, and seeking trade with the Russian Empire via the Ainu.
  352. He also implemented public work projects, for example, he had roads constructed and trees planted in each 3.927 km (Ichirizuka - a milestone between "Ri"s, about 3.927 km) as a guide board.
  353. He also increased his control of the military by carrying out reforms such as the development of the Hokoshu (a military post in Muromachi Shogunate), vassals under the shogun's direct control.
  354. He also indicates the structures which were called "Tenshu" as being related to Nobunaga.
  355. He also induced 大打祿 (his Chinese name was 趙明政), who was the chief of 大隘社 of the Saisiyat, and cleverly gathered people by showing the big reward for assassination (for example, 'twenty yuans in compensation for stealing Japanese patrol officer's sword').
  356. He also influenced Olivier MESSIAEN and Pierre BOULEZ.
  357. He also inscribed the phrase 'I have lived too long to be twenty five - Ichibei' on the part of the sword which is buried in the hilt to show his fearless of death.
  358. He also insisted that 'gakuga,' which could be handed down to the painters of later generations through classics, overweighed 'shitsuga,' which would end in a product of only one generation however great the painting was.
  359. He also instructed naginata at Shubukan, a training hall of the Konishi family who also founded the Konishi Shuzo brewery.
  360. He also intervened in a succession dispute of the family of Itsukushima-jinja Shrine priest.
  361. He also introduced a policy of exempting Rakuchu and Tamba people from their Jishisen (land-tax).
  362. He also introduced something to represent resultants, which was equivalent to determinants.
  363. He also introduced the double-entry bookkeeping system, which is the basis of accounting.
  364. He also invaded Bungo and Hizen Provinces, defeated Ujiyasu OTOMO and exiled Noriuji ISSHIKI to Nagato Province.
  365. He also invaded Yamato Province on the order of Sumimoto, and beat local clans of Yamato Province such as TSUTSUI clan.
  366. He also is mentioned as 'Tatewaki Okuyama-jo Kito-ryu School' and 'Sejingo Yogo Shogun.'
  367. He also issued the notification that the temple was exempt from miscellaneous taxes, and any violence and fights to gain territory were prohibited within the temple grounds.
  368. He also joined Osaka no jin (the Siege of Osaka) twice with his legitimate son, Tadakuni.
  369. He also joined a seminar of "Ise Monogatari" through the influence of Utakai compatriots.
  370. He also joined forces with FUJIWARA no Sanesuke and played a role similar to that of keishi (household superintendent).
  371. He also joined in the attack of Sawayama-jo Castle after the war and then in the Osaka no Eki (The Siege of Osaka) as a spearhead.
  372. He also joined in the planning of Kansei Reform.
  373. He also joined the Kishu Campaign in 1585 and the Kyushu Campaign in 1587 as a general.
  374. He also joined the Kyushu Conquest, the Siege of Odawara, the Bunroku-Keicho War, and so on.
  375. He also joined the Siege of Osaka (Summer Siege of Osaka) next year and fought well by following the direction given by his brother Tadanao.
  376. He also joined the Siege of Osaka, and especially in the Summer Siege of Osaka, he was appointed as leader of the spearhead army in the Yamato Province area, and fought actively in the battle of the Domyo-ji Temple and shared the honor of being first to charge the Osaka-jo Castle with the Echizen army.
  377. He also joined the attack on Sanada in 1585.
  378. He also joined the war for Kyushu Conquest and repelled the army of Iehisa SHIMAZU at Taka-jo Castle in the Hyuga Province.
  379. He also kept in touch through letters with the monk at Enrin-ji Temple Yukai who was working for the restoration of the Asano clan in Edo.
  380. He also kept various records and articles including "Diary written by Kai SHIMADA" to pass on the Shinsengumi and themselves to future generations.
  381. He also knelt down on the ground facing toward Yozenin to apologize for showing disrespect from outside of the residence.
  382. He also knew well about rich merchants in Osaka.
  383. He also laid consistent Tenno Ship Politics (pro-imperial family politics).
  384. He also learned English from Guido Herman Fridolin Verbeek, who visited Japan at that time, with Shigenobu OKUMA and Taneomi SOEJIMA, who came from the same domain as his.
  385. He also learned English from Verbeek.
  386. He also learned Heki-ryu school of Japanese archery and Araki-ryu school of horse-back archery.
  387. He also learned astronomy and calendar from Yoshinobu KOBAYASHI, and his theory, based on Chinese astronomy though, showed great understanding of European astronomy as well.
  388. He also learned in Tenshinro which was the private school of Ryukei SUGITA and Fuundo which was the private school of Genshin UDAGAWA.
  389. He also learned painting from Sessai MASHIYAMA, and was strongly attracted by literati paintings in the Gen and Min era in China.
  390. He also learned seamanship and navigation art at Kobe Navy Training Center, which had been directed by Kaishu KATSU.
  391. He also learned shoho (penmanship) under Daiiki NARUSE, Nihonga (Japanese-style Painting) under Kinpo Ikeda and Kanpo ARAKI, and drawing under Fuko MATSUMOTO.
  392. He also learned the esoteric teachings from Shunxiao Ajari and Zen from the Reverend Shakunen at Longxing Temple in Yuezhou (Shaoxing).
  393. He also learned various nanga techniques from other Chinese artists such as Chen Yizhou and Xu Yuting.
  394. He also lectured at the Saishoko (the annual five days of lectures on the Konkomyo-saishoo Sutra), and audited the Hokke hakko (ceremonial series of eight lectures on the eight scrolls of the Lotus Sutra) for the Higashi Sanjo-in memorial.
  395. He also left a book on tenkoku (seal-engraving) titled "Hyakka Insen."
  396. He also left a major mark on the educational world.
  397. He also left a wide variety of political achievements such as Tenma-sei (transportation system) of streets and improved inn towns.
  398. He also left achievements as an expert in flower arrangement.
  399. He also left behind many contributions for rendering Chinese into Japanese for Buddhist scriptures using guiding (punctuation) marks.
  400. He also left many manuscripts of documents, and among others, the existent manuscripts of "Kikki," the diary of Tsunefusa YOSHIDA, and "Entairyaku," the diary of Kinkata TOIN, were both mostly handwritten by Chikanaga.
  401. He also left many writings on the themes of agriculture in general.
  402. He also left multicolored piece of pictures which he painted with more than three colors.
  403. He also left numerous Shibun (poems) and Ganmon (prayer) and contributed to the conservation of Kanseki (Chinese books).
  404. He also left several kokyu masterpieces.
  405. He also left the diary "Kita-in onhitsugi ki."
  406. He also like to practice Kyudo (the Japanese art of archery).
  407. He also liked craft making, pottery, and making bamboo craft.
  408. He also liked flowers, so a gardener was often called to his house in Setagaya Ward and he enjoyed seasonal flowers until his last years.
  409. He also liked sweets.
  410. He also looked after temples and shrines and, as a former Buddhist monk, participated in the suppression of the Christian movement, though he later adopted a policy of conciliation rather than suppression.
  411. He also looked for volunteers to pioneer the hillside of Naminohara-jinja Shrine and made an amusement park.
  412. He also loves charity for others and did not expect anything in return.
  413. He also made Ise-Heishi (Taira clan) Inshi, the head of warriors instead of Kawachi-genji (Minamoto clan).
  414. He also made Toro (garden lanterns) and Bonsho (large temple bells).
  415. He also made a branch shrine to dedicate the deity of the Hachiman-gu in Kamakura, a strong fold for Kawachi-Genji to advance to Togoku (the eastern part of Japan, particularly Kanto region).
  416. He also made a memorable trailer for Akira KUROSAWA's "Rashomon."
  417. He also made a psychological reform of his retainers and people through the use of "Sanshi Kyokunjo" (Moral Principles for Motonari's Three Sons) and the slogan "Hyakuman Isshin" (Everything is possible if the people are united).
  418. He also made an effort to rebuild the main building of the Yoshida-jinja Shrine and revive public festivals such as Kasuga-matsuri Festival and Kannamesai Festival, and for these achievements, he was conferred Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) in 1866, an exception for a member of the Suzuka family.
  419. He also made efforts to improve his relationship with Emperor Uda.
  420. He also made efforts to research basic fields such as Chinese language, history of systems in China, and Confucian history etc.
  421. He also made great accomplishments in terms of theory, such as discovering the law of Ji hyoshi (Noh chorus rhythm).
  422. He also made his disciples study under other artists so that they are active in various fields.
  423. He also made his son TAIRA no Nobusue serve Kanezane KUJO, who was Motomichi's uncle, to act as a mediator between Kanezane and Motomichi.
  424. He also made innumerable minor reforms.
  425. He also made many appearances on television and in movies and in NHK Taiga dramas where he starred as Naosuke II in "Hana-no-shogai," Kokichi KATSU in "Katsu Kaishu" (NHK Taiga drama) and Emperor Goshirakawa in "Kusa Moeru."
  426. He also made plans for seaport construction throughout Japan.
  427. He also made proposals for urban development in various cities, among other activities.
  428. He also made the Sogo clan and the Chosokabe clan charge forward to Bungo, and they joined the Otomo clan against Shimazu's army sent to invade Bungo.
  429. He also made writings on people including Takauji.
  430. He also maintained a deep friendship with Musashi MIYAMOTO, who guarded Katsunari's legitimate son Katsushige (also known as Katsutoshi) as a guest military commander of Katsunari's army in the Osaka Natsu no Jin.
  431. He also managed the repairment of Kyoto gosho (the Imperial Palace) with Nichijo ASAYAMA.
  432. He also mentioned that Joseon was reluctant to establish diplomatic relations with Japan, partly because Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI invaded Joseon twice during the Bunroku and the Keicho eras, and partly because the Tsushima clan intimidated Joseon into giving them rice and grain.
  433. He also mentioned that one of his most memorable races was the 1951 Tokyo Great Horses race ("Tokyo Yushun" in Japanese), won by Tokinominoru.
  434. He also mentioned, 'there is a "misanthropy" for the root of his persistence on flowers-and birds painting, which was carried over from his childhood.'
  435. He also met Masahane ARAKI and Takumi no Kami's wife Yozenin during his stay.
  436. He also met Shuoshi MIZUHARA there, and they interacted each other.
  437. He also numbered among the Christian Daimyo
  438. He also nurtured young and unknown scriptwriters such as Rokuhei SUSUKITA and Itaro YAMAGAMI by shedding light and giving preferential treatment to them.
  439. He also obtained from Chirei at Mt. Tendai the answers and their interpretations for Genshin's 27 questions about the Tendai sect.
  440. He also obtained the managing right of the Ichimura-za Theater in 1908, and after the Kabuki-za Theater went under the management of Matsutake Gomei Sha (present Shochiku Co., Ltd.), Tamura concentrate on the management of the Ichimura-za Theater.
  441. He also often appeared as a herbalist in the list of doctors.
  442. He also often cooked using a shichirin (earthen charcoal brazier).
  443. He also often visited Nagasaki-ya where kapitan (the curators of the Dutch Trading House of Nagasaki) were staying.
  444. He also opened Hiden-in, (a facility for the elderly, disabled, sick and orphans), being actively involved in relief efforts for the poor.
  445. He also opened his own private school, Shogoin Institute of Western Art (present Kansai Bijutsuin [Fine Arts Academy of Western Japan]) and made effort to train younger artists.
  446. He also opposed the dispatch of troops to Taiwan because Japan was facing a threat from Russia, and after the dispatch was done in 1874, he argued that it should promptly have diplomatic negotiations with Qing in order to avoid a full-scale war.
  447. He also ordered his aides to attack together by choking up on a spear without thinking of a military exploit.
  448. He also ordered the construction of Shoto-an in Oiso Town and Koki-an, in Odawara City.
  449. He also orders Shinzei to ask for Yoshitomo's opinion.
  450. He also organized poetry contests held at shrines like 'Sumiyoshi-sha Shrine Poetry Contest' and 'Hirota-sha Shrine Poetry Contest.'
  451. He also organized the construction of defensive barriers in the eastern provinces.
  452. He also overlooked women, including Oan, running away from the castle.
  453. He also painted Sansui-ga of literati painting style.
  454. He also painted pictures on the books written by top-ranking cultural figures of the time such as Mitsuhiro KARASUMARU and Koetsu HONAMI.
  455. He also painted the pillar paintings of the Great Buddha Hall at Todai-ji Temple and the image of the patriarch at the Kanjo-in sub-temple of To-ji Temple, but his activities were not confined only to Shingon Sect temples as he was also active on Mt. Hiei and the southern capital of Nara.
  456. He also participated as a lumber bugyo in the construction of Jurakudai residence.
  457. He also participated in 'Kocho Hyakka" (best 100 poems in the Kocho era) and 'Koan Hyakka" (best 100 poems in the Koan era), and he compiled two waka collection books, 'Wakan Meisho Shikaawase' (a anthology of Chinese and Japanese classics) and 'Unyo Wakashu.'
  458. He also participated in editing Kinchu narabini kuge shohatto (a set of regulations that applied to the emperor and the Kyoto nobles), and its original was supposedly written by Yuishin HINO.
  459. He also participated in publication of 'Kabuki Shinpo' and drew realistic illustrations of actors.
  460. He also participated in the Battle of Anegawa in July and August 1570.
  461. He also participated in the Battle of Kozukijo Castle in 1578 and witnessed the end of the Amago clan.
  462. He also participated in the Battle of Nagashino in 1575.
  463. He also participated in the Battle of Ukino in 1558.
  464. He also participated in the Boshin War.
  465. He also participated in the Fourth Battle of Kawanakajima in 1561, fighting bravely.
  466. He also participated in the Odawara Conquest in 1590.
  467. He also participated in the Satsuei War.
  468. He also participated in the Siege of Odawara in 1590, and set up a camp at Nagoya-jo Castle in Hizen Province during the dispatch of troops to Korea which started in 1592.
  469. He also participated in the conquest of Kishu in 1577 and the subjugation of Murashige ARAKI (the battle of Arioka-jo Castle) in 1578.
  470. He also performed festivals including the Goryu-sai festival to pray for rain and the Shikakushikai-sai festival to remove disasters as an Onmyoji. (it is stated in 'Nihongi Ryaku' (Summary of Japanese Chronologies), etc.)
  471. He also pinned Ujitada HOJO and Ujikatsu HOJO to Misaka-toge Pass, and compelled Ujikuni HOJO to observe Kai from Chichibu City.
  472. He also planed to abandon the 10th Shogun Yoshitane ASHIKAGA in cooperation with Shogunal Deputy Masamoto HOSOKAWA, but failed because he died of illness in Izu in April 1491.
  473. He also played Haydn concerto on the piano in the New Symphony Orchestra conducted by Hidemaro KONOE in 1932 for a recording.
  474. He also played an active role as the organizer of his private art school, Tokyusha, as well as being the leader of an art circle.
  475. He also played an active role in a wide range of education circles by serving as a board member of Kyoto Pharmaceutical University and his alma mater, Ritsumeikan University, and elsewhere, and by sitting as President of Kyoto University of Foreign Studies.
  476. He also played an important role in the second subjugation of Shikoku by capturing the linchpin, or the Kioka-jo Castle, and cutting off the water source of the castle.
  477. He also played the part of Kuranosuke OISHI in the film adaptations of "Chushingura" by Shochiku (1954) and Toho (1962).
  478. He also played the role of a witty director in the movies in Shacho (president) series, in which he acted together with Hisaya MORISHIGE and Keiju KOBAYASHI, and won a reputation as being an indispensible supporting actor in Japanese movies.
  479. He also plotted an assasination of Yoshitane, but he failed.
  480. He also pointed out as evidence that although only the sound of "コ" (ko) among Jodai Tokushu Kanazukai had survived until the beginning of the Heian period, no such distinction had existed in Hiragana.
  481. He also points out in the same article that 'by using the religious tricks of holy war doctrine and eirei doctrine, State Shinto window-dresses the political purpose of involving people in acts of aggression which is embedded in the doctrine of honoring.'
  482. He also possessed amazing strength, and there is a story that he once grabbed and threw down a bull rushing down a road in Kyoto.
  483. He also possessed considerable literary talents, as evidenced by excerpts of entries describing Imperial state visits from 1177-1185 in the diary he left behind, the "Teikaisho" (also known as the "Kairinki").
  484. He also practiced Zen under Jiun, a bonze in Kawachi.
  485. He also practiced in various places including Shikoku and Kumano.
  486. He also praised him for his haiku, 'Saitanowa ugoiteiruya hasunohana' as his best haiku, but ironically, after AKUTAGAWA died, it turned out that this haiku was created by Sanshu HASHIZUME, who was a poet and a friend of Seigetsu.
  487. He also prayed for important matters such as Mongol invasion attempts against Japan and protected the Kamakura bakufu and the Tokuso Family of the Hojo clan in the religious aspect.
  488. He also preached by allocating those who leave this world to be born in the Land of Utmost Bliss to one of the nine patterns of passing on to the next life (Kuhon) ranging from jobon josho (upper grade: upper birth) to gebon gesho (lower grade: lower birth).
  489. He also preached that recitation of Buddha's name is effective in the Age of the Final Dharma.
  490. He also preaches that by simply listening to the name of Buddha of Immeasurable Life and uttering his name (invocation) the efficacy of Buddha can be attained.
  491. He also preaches to them the virtue of the sacred who have passed away into (were born in) the Pure Land.
  492. He also prepared a draft for 'Kon' (the second volume) including the reputations of kabuki from 1904 to 1920, however it was burnt at the Great Kanto Earthquake.
  493. He also presented many works at Bunten and other exhibitions.
  494. He also prevented Kaneie's second daughter, FUJIWARA no Senshi, from becoming the Empress.
  495. He also printed and published books in Japanese at Macao, but he died on October 23, 1629.
  496. He also produced movies acted by Masako MORI, Kumiko AKIYOSHI, Kyoko KOIZUMI, Reiko MATSUNAGA, Yasuko TOMITA after he turned 60 years old, there were two separate generations who fancy 'idols' on the screen of Nishikawa's movie.
  497. He also produced the Korean Yi Dynasty porcelain and Seika jiki (ware).
  498. He also promoted the building of the incense offering platform and the stone steps in front of the mound.
  499. He also promoted the cultivation of commercial crops, which had come to be a major income source for the domain, and particularly he attempted to establish sugar cane in Atsumi Peninsula, which is particularly warm in climate, but that effort didn't succeed.
  500. He also promoted the know-how on irrigation technology by constructing farm ponds or banks to 'enabled the stable wet-rice agriculture.'
  501. He also proposed the following extremely modern and enlightened ideas, which, however, did not materialize until the post-War period in the Showa era: non-appointment of military personnel as cabinet members, democratic local police, and democratic trial system.
  502. He also proposed the idea of Intrinsic Reaction Coordinates (IRC).
  503. He also protected Entoku-ji Temple, Hokke-ji Temple (Mino Province) and Sofuku-ji Temple (Gifu City).
  504. He also proved the factors for the existence of repeated roots.
  505. He also provided Yokohama Shokin Ginko (Yokohama Specie Bank) with the funds for direct export documentary bills, made the bank receive the export proceeds in the form of specie outside Japan which it earned from the funds, and introduced the proceeds into the country.
  506. He also published "Shueki" (Fushimi print, 1605), and is thus seen as the originator of the popularity of the modern art of divination.
  507. He also published 'Futari Nyobo' (Two Wives) in which he tried the vernacular style with 'dearu' ending of sentences from the middle of the story, and these achievements made him one of the leaders of literary circles during the Meiji Period along with Rohan KODA, so, this period was called Ko-Ro Jidai (the era of Koyo and Rohan).
  508. He also published 'Maihime' (The Dancing Girl) in "Kokumin no tomo" (The Nation's Friend).
  509. He also published Buddhist texts in woodprint, which are called Koya-ban (Koya edition).
  510. He also published a collection of waka and haiku poems, 'Shunmuso' (Spring Dreams).
  511. He also published his personal collection of poetries; however, it was also scattered and lost.
  512. He also published picture books written by Sukenobu NISHIKAWA.
  513. He also put great effort into the dissemination of the art of kabuki buyo as head of the Bando-ryu School.
  514. He also put shoen in many places under his control with the development of shoen koryo sei.
  515. He also quickly introduced and commented on the works of William KLEIN, Robert FRANK and so on, which indicated the beginning of contemporary photography, and had a great influence on the trend of Japanese contemporary photography.
  516. He also rearranged and revamped the sect's kiku, which had been corrupted, following Ryuki INGEN's 'Obaku Shingi' (Chinese Characters as Symbols in the Huanboquingui).
  517. He also rebuilt Okina-do Hall of Gicho-ji Temple, and gave a large-scale celebration on the 100th anniversary of the death of Basho in 1793.
  518. He also received Onshochi (a land given for reward) such as the Provinces of Aki, Suo, Inaba, Hoki, Izumo, and Hyuga.
  519. He also received a medal of merit in 1961 (for distinguished service in architecture).
  520. He also received jifuku (clothes of the season) from the bakufu.
  521. He also received the Imperial proclamation to announce him as Junsessho (Assistant Advisor).
  522. He also received the Kiyoshi TANIMOTO Peace Prize in 2005 for his continued achievements in appealing for peace through the medium of film.
  523. He also received the Orden Academico De San Francisco award (Brazil)
  524. He also received the Order of Merit of the British Empire.
  525. He also received the same request from Okuma and Munenari DATE who was Kyo, and an organization to promote reformation in the ministry (to improve capability of policy planning) was established and Shibusawa was designated a section head (head of the land tax department as well).
  526. He also reclaimed the directors' remuneration which Shinzaburo, his wife, and others received without approval from a stockholders' meeting.
  527. He also reclaimed wetlands on the west side.
  528. He also recognized that both Buddhism and Taoism contain aspects of the truth and aimed to achieve "sankyo icchi" (unification of the three religions).
  529. He also recollected the late Mr. Shimizu's personality in an interview.
  530. He also recommended that Empress Dowager Tachibana no Kachiko make an offering of several hundred Buddhist surplices to Guoqing Temple on China's Mt. Tiantai.
  531. He also recommended that the remaining land should be taken from kokushi (provincial governors) and owned by the government.
  532. He also recruited samurai, including TAIRA no Kiyomori, and after arranging for memorial services for Retired Emperor Toba when he passed away in July 1156, he fought in the Hogen War, actively adopting MINAMOTO no Yoshitomo's plan for a night raid.
  533. He also reduced his own poems to a minimum while holding poems by FUJIWARA no Ietaka and MINAMOTO no Sanetomo in high regard, deepening interest in Teika's attitude toward poetry selection.
  534. He also refers to the fact that Ieyasu TOKUGAWA is sometimes called simply 'Ieyasu,' and sometimes called with titles of honor, such as 'Ieyasu-ko' (Lord Ieyasu), 'Ieyasu-kyo' (Sir Ieyasu), or 'Ieyasu-dono' (Mr Ieyasu).
  535. He also released serious films, usually with an original script, including "Kazoku" (Where Spring Comes Late) and "Harakara" (The Village), every two or three years between episodes of the series.
  536. He also released the renowned children's film "Hadakakko" (Run Genta Run) in which Inako ARIMA played as a teacher.
  537. He also remained as Sakone no chujo.
  538. He also rendered distinguished military service in the battle with Akiie KITABATAKE in 1338.
  539. He also rendered distinguished service in the Mori navy.
  540. He also rendered distinguished services in modern technology of Kagoshima prefecture and Japan by developing Japan's first torpedo as a provision for Anglo-Satsuma War, producing red Satsuma kiriko (cut-glass work) successfully by studying the coloring of Satsuma kiriko on the order of Nariakira and so on.
  541. He also repaid his lord and father's kindness by clearing debt of the late proprietor.
  542. He also replied, 'As for the donation, 30,000 Ryo is too much and the amount should be only 1,000 Ryo according to precedent. More especially in recent years, merchants entered into the province, trade and dig up gold dust, therefore I can not meet your request.'
  543. He also reported the religious idea to Emperor Goenyu and was bestowed with the position of 'Nii no sozu,' and 'the imperial order to propagandize the sect in the capital.'
  544. He also requested to start filming from November since he wanted to show the first film from the middle of December.
  545. He also restored Shoden-in Temple at Kennin-ji Temple in Kyoto; and the tea room that he built there, Joan Temple, has been designated a National Treasure.
  546. He also restored provincial monasteries in various places together with his senior apprentice Ninsho from Gokuraku-ji Temple (Kamakura City) and made these monasteries branch temples of Saidai-ji Temple and Gokuraku-ji Temple.
  547. He also restrained the retired emperor from reappointing Kinshin-zuryo (close servants who receive land) while ignoring the Zuryo-kokka-sadame (criteria to determine if one is eligible for employment as an imperial court officer).
  548. He also returned to Kyoto where he and Takato OKI jointly proposed to Tomomi IWAKURA that Edo be renamed Tokyo (the transfer of the capital to Tokyo).
  549. He also returned to the official business of the Imperial Palace and thus successfully revived the Shigeyama family.
  550. He also revised his former analects and refined the koan to systematize them.
  551. He also rudely said to Mitsuko MITO during the filming of "Ugetsu Monogatari," 'Are you saying you've never been gang raped before?'
  552. He also ruled the Kanto region and intervened into an internal dispute of the family of Musashi no kuninomiyatsuko.
  553. He also said 'no sugar should be added to sukiyaki prepared especially for sake drinkers.'
  554. He also said that Chinese never ate heated Udon noodles with dipping broth.
  555. He also said that Muneharu was unique within the samurai world.
  556. He also said that Tenson's life span would become shorter because he had sent Iwanaga-hime back.
  557. He also said that ichinen sanzen would be complete by the essential teaching of the Lotus Sutra (Honmon), which is embodied into honzon (principal image of Buddha), and that the way to practice it is the sutra chanting of the Nichiren chant.
  558. He also said, "Those statues are highly appreciated because what people expect of the figure of Buddha is expressed in them."
  559. He also says as follows (chapter 5 of volume Hitsuki):
  560. He also says as follows (chapter 72 of volume gold):
  561. He also sees his father flirting with Tamakazura and grows suspicious.
  562. He also sent both his will and a remembrance of himself to his mother, whom he had left at home in Suo Province, and sent a message to his younger brother Morimi OUCHI to guard the provinces under their control well and fiercely.
  563. He also sent his biological younger brother, Akitake TOKUGAWA, to the Paris Exposition and encouraged the younger members of the Shogunate vassals to study in Europe.
  564. He also sent his younger brother Kohei to Senan to study after the Meiji era began.
  565. He also served Empress Go-Sakuramachi as a designated vendor for imperial ceremonies.
  566. He also served Yorimichi as a nurse.
  567. He also served Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA, a younger brother of Yoshiteru, and when Nobunaga ODA banished Yoshiaki from the capital, he and other vassals of the Muromachi bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) accompanied Yoshiaki all the way to Tomo, Bingo Province in the Chugoku region.
  568. He also served additionally as chokko (assistant teacher of Keisho) and assistant professor but quit once he became Kamon no kami (Director at the Bureau of Palace Upkeep) in 1157, but was reassigned to the position in 1160 and served until 1166.
  569. He also served as Ben no Betto (a second principal having a high rank in the government) of Kangakuin as well as Uchuben (Middle Controller of the Right) in 1179, in addition, concurrently served as Zo-Todaiji-chokan (the director for the construction of Todai-ji Temple) and then promoted to Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade).
  570. He also served as Chairman of Toyo Musicology Course Academy and Music Drama Academy.
  571. He also served as Head of the group number 5, Fukucho-jokin (assistant vice commander) and Metsuke (superintendent officer).
  572. He also served as Keishi (household superintendent) of the Sekke (line of regents and advisers) (the Konoe family) over four generations, from FUJIWARA no Tadazane to Motomichi KONOE.
  573. He also served as Kokushi of Sanuki province and called himself Takahashi.
  574. He also served as Sakone gon no chujo (Provisional Middle Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards) and worked as Toka no sechie Geben (a kugyo who supervised many matters outside Jomei Gate at the Imperial Court Ceremony called Toka no sechie), and later died in 1785.
  575. He also served as Shimotsuke no kuni Kokushi (the governor of the Shimotsuke Province).
  576. He also served as Shogakuin Betto (Chief of Shogakuin), Kebiishi no Betto (superintendent of the Imperial Police), etc.
  577. He also served as Shogi judge of Saisho-e (Buddhism meeting held by the imperial order to lecture on Golden Light of the Most Victorious Kings Sutra and to pray for the peace and security of the nation).
  578. He also served as Togu Gonnodaibu (Deputy Master, Crown Prince's Quarters).
  579. He also served as a Genro (elder statesman).
  580. He also served as a chief priest in Edosaki Fudo-in temple.
  581. He also served as a doshi (officiating monk) in the thirty-three memorial service of the 4th shogun, Ietsuna TOKUGAWA, and the ninety-ninth memorial service of Ieyasu TOKUGAWA.
  582. He also served as a guard along with Kiyomasa KATO at the meeting between Ieyasu and Hideyori TOYOTOMI held at the NIjo-jo Castle in 1611.
  583. He also served as a naval commander along with Yoshiaki KATO and Yoshitaka KUKI, taking part in the Kyushu and Odawara Campaigns, as well as the invasion of Korea.
  584. He also served as an Omuraji during Emperor Ankan's and Emperor Senka's eras and died in August, 536.
  585. He also served as betto (steward) of Shitenno-ji Temple during that time.
  586. He also served as betto (the superior of a temple) of Shitenno-ji Temple.
  587. He also served as president of the Council on the Imperial House System of the Imperial House and was granted the title of viscount in 1907; and he was advanced to count in 1922.
  588. He also served as the Bicchu no kami (the governor of Bicchu Province), and Kura no suke (Deputy chief of Kuraryo, Bureau of Palace Storehouses), but is said to have passed away by 790.
  589. He also served as the Prefectural Governor of Sapporo Prefecture around that time, and then he transferred to the Hokkaido government (1886 - 1947) as the director, which was founded in 1886 in place of 3 prefectures in Hokkaido.
  590. He also served as the board of director in Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha, but he retired from active services when the influence of Satsuma clique declined in the national political arena.
  591. He also served as the chief of taxation.
  592. He also served as the commissioner of the Association for Japanese Noh Plays and the instructor of Tokyo University of the Arts.
  593. He also served as the first director of Cabinet Legislation Bureau which had been newly established.
  594. He also served as the gojiso (personal monk) of Emperor Shirakawa and Emperor Horikawa.
  595. He also served as the governor of Dewa Province and others.
  596. He also served as the seventh mayor of Tokyo City (current Tokyo Prefecture), and the first chairman of the Boy Scouts of Nippon.
  597. He also served as zasu (a head priest of a temple) of Hossho-ji Temple and betto (administrator of a Buddhist temple) of Fumon-in Temple.
  598. He also served in Hokuetsu War in August.
  599. He also served in the 'Battle of Sekigahara' in 1600.
  600. He also served the fourth Shogun FUJIWARA no Yoritsune closely.
  601. He also served the next regent Tokimune HOJO and had dozens of shoryo and many household possessions, but he lived a very simple life and made it his principle to be thrifty.
  602. He also set his hair with pomade.
  603. He also set up many temples in the southern areas of Omi Province and is said to have been involved in the transfer of the capital to Shigaraki no Miya Palace.
  604. He also showed a presence as a politician.
  605. He also showed a remarkable talent in this style so that Issai ISHII, the Ishii-ryu soke (the head family of the Ishii school) asked him to be his successor when Issai saw him.
  606. He also showed a strong resentment toward the promotion of Keishoin, the mother of Tsunayoshi and a close associate of Yoshiyasu YANAGISAWA, to a higher position than those they actually deserve, due to the excessive issuance Buke-kani (official court titles for samurai).
  607. He also showed intelligence from an early age, learning Waka (a traditional Japanese form of poetry with thirty-one syllables), Tsuzumi (hand drum), Zen, the art of the spearmanship, and batto-jutsu (the art of drawing a sword).
  608. He also showed interest in Western studies, and was a restorer who established groundwork for promoting westernization of Sanda Domain as preparation for the end of Edo period.
  609. He also showed interest in his cousin, Asagao, and Empress Akikonomu, who was the former Saigu (Imperial Princess appointed to serve the deities of Ise-jingu Shrine) and the daughter of Rokujo no Miyasudokoro.
  610. He also showed signs of pulmonary tuberculosis.
  611. He also showed talent as a playwright of Kyogen, composing 'Oni ga Yado' (literally, 'Inn of an Ogre') and attempting a re-composition of 'Tanuki no Haratsuzumi' (a story of a raccoon dog and a huntsman, commonly known as "Hikone Danuki," or "A Raccoon Dog in Hikone), which had been a haikyoku (a Noh song no longer performed).
  612. He also shows deep interest in railway.
  613. He also shows his obedient side when he decides to start wearing contact lenses after Norito says to him, "You have cute eyes."
  614. He also signed his name Joken (如見) as 恕軒 and 恕見 (the pronunciation were the same).
  615. He also signed the Goseibai-shikimoku (the samurai code of conduct).
  616. He also smuggled himself into Shanghai City to make an overseas visit.
  617. He also socialized with Goshoseki and Xu Sangeng and learned the esoteric points of their arts.
  618. He also socialized with Masakata MASHIYAMA and Seizan MATSURA etc., members of Daimyo family (feudal lord family) through Kenkado KIMURA (a literary man in the middle of Edo period).
  619. He also spent several months standing up in a river.
  620. He also spoke against the Russo-Japanese Peace Treaty.
  621. He also staged a rebellion against Mototaka AWAYA and the Shugo TAKEDA clan in Wakasa Province.
  622. He also stated that 'chi' was the beginning of 'gyo' and 'gyo' completes 'chi.'
  623. He also stated that appetite and desire to wear clothes are innate human nature, meaning these are approved desires.
  624. He also states in another section, "in Iki, Tsushima and the nine provinces of Kyushu, numerous soldiers and people, whether men or women, were killed, captured, threw themselves into the sea, or fell off a cliff" (the same book as mentioned above).
  625. He also strived to accumulate a fortune and was referred to as 'Oshi-no-Otodo (the Obtrusive Minister)' for the scope of his authority.
  626. He also struck down three former retainers of Tosa Domain with his sword in Shijo Gawara, Kyoto.
  627. He also studied Japanese horse-back archery technique under Matazo HAYASHI of Otsubo school.
  628. He also studied at the Shoheizaka School.
  629. He also studied esoteric Buddhism at Ninna-ji Temple and Daigo-ji Temple as well as practicing under Mui Shogen and Yakuo Tokken of Kamakura.
  630. He also studied hard about old seals of China and Japan, and left remarkable literary works.
  631. He also studied potato starch and attempted mechanization of farming, but nothing succeeded, and the number of immigrants decreased to only three households.
  632. He also studied the New Testament and the Unanimous Declaration of the thirteen United States of America at that time, which influenced him greatly.
  633. He also studied the dye and he saw a lot of clothes of the indigo dye in Japan, called them "Japan blue".
  634. He also studied the question of why beer had a diuretic effect.
  635. He also studied the shipbuilding of Western-style schooner sailing ships with Denzo TAKASAKI, who was a retainer of HONDA Ecchu no Kami (Governor of Ecchu Province), the Coastal Defense Department of the shogunate.
  636. He also studied under Kinryo's master, Buncho TANI.
  637. He also studied under Koga of Ansho-ji Temple in Yamashina, Yamashiro Province (Kyoto City) where he learned the ways of the Anshoji School, and found achieved great success with his Esoteric Buddhist studies on Mt. Koya
  638. He also studied under Seikai TOTSUKA in Edo.
  639. He also submitted a 'solution' to Minister of Education Hatoyama that 'The punishment of Takiwgawa is an extraordinary case, and the suspension of professors is decided by the Dean with the guidance of the Ministry of Education.'
  640. He also submitted a written proposal on financial matters by himself.
  641. He also succeeded Zennin and Kanzei at school of Endonkai (Perfect and Sudden Precepts) and strove for the restoration of Endonkai.
  642. He also succeeded in demonstrating his inventions in various places of the Kyushu region, Osaka, Kyoto and Edo, and became well known across the country.
  643. He also succeeded to make peace with neighboring countries and began invading into Shinano.
  644. He also succeeded to the common name Magoshiro.
  645. He also successively held important posts related to professional Noh bodies.
  646. He also successively published "Maihime" (The Dancing Girl), "Foam on the Waves" and "The Courier" which location were set in Germany, a country almost unknown to Japanese people at the time.
  647. He also suggested that it was during this period that the concept of "family" was actually fixed and newly turned into 'Family' from its previous stage of 'family.'
  648. He also supported Jakuchu ITO, who was a uniquely talented artist, and had him paint Fusuma-e (images drawn on fusuma sliding doors) for Shokoku-ji Temple.
  649. He also supported Takamori SAIGO and Taneomi SOEJIMA who had to resign because they insisted on the Seikanron, for he respected, as a matter of principle, 'different arguments and opinions.'
  650. He also supported the creation of a picture scroll called "Ishiyama-dera Emaki."
  651. He also supported the nationwide distribution of the Kyo yaki technique.
  652. He also surveyed farms and their harvest quota, acted as a mediator for border conflicts, and participated in the reconstruction project of Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gu Shrine in Kamakura.
  653. He also talks about marital relationship as follows (chapter 26 of volume spring):
  654. He also taught making charcoal in the Chichibu district and passage construction at the Ara-kawa River (Kanto region).
  655. He also taught that people were alive because of the power of compassion or Hongan, which came from the wisdom of Amida Buddha.
  656. He also teaches at Kwansei Gakuin University as a part-time lecturer and at Bukkyo University as a visiting professor.
  657. He also thinks more of others than himself and is very friendly and amiable.
  658. He also told that 'Shijuhachi-gan' (forty-eight vows Amitabha had made) was 'a faded flower,' saying his thought was genuine.
  659. He also told that since nenbutsu was done by the power of Amida (Amitabha), he did not have actual disciples.
  660. He also took a course with Haruyoshi NIJO in "Tale of Genji" from his uncle Kineda SANJONISHI.
  661. He also took charge of Kotaigo no daibu (master of the Empress Dowager's Household) to Kyoreimonin (Emperor Momozono's consort and Emperor Gomomozono's real mother), when she became Empress Dowager in 1771, but soon he withdrew from this post.
  662. He also took charge of Sakone no chusho.
  663. He also took charge of supervising of "The world strongest karate, Kyokushin" (1985, by Kyokushin film production committee), and supervising of the screenplay of "Kagero II" (1996, by Shochiku/Bandai Visual).
  664. He also took control of Akutagawa-jo Castle, Koshimizu-jo Castle, and Ikeda-jo Castle in Settsu Province.
  665. He also took his place among the honorary scholar of Uppsala University in Sweden in 2007 when he visited five European countries.
  666. He also took office as Kyoto Shugoshoku.
  667. He also took over the Uraku School of the Tea Ceremony, which his father founded.
  668. He also took part and made achievements in the Shimabara War that occurred in 1637.
  669. He also took part greatly with the restoration of old architecture such as Horyu-ji and Byodo-in Temples.
  670. He also took part in compilations of "Nihonkoki" and "Dairishiki."
  671. He also took part in the Battle of Dannoura, and the warship lead by Michinobu rendered distinguished service as a main force.
  672. He also took part in the Battle of Nagashino in 1575.
  673. He also took part in the Bunroku War in 1592 but lost his castle due to the Otomo clan Kaieki (forfeit rank of Samurai and properties) next year.
  674. He also took part in the attack against Nagamasa AZAI in Kitaomi, but Hideyoshi served as a spearhead.
  675. He also took part in the fighting against the Southern Court in the battle of Shijonawate in 1348, and the like.
  676. He also took part in the reconstruction of the Osaka Shosen (OSK Lines).
  677. He also took such positions as the president of Tokyo Senmon Gakko (present day Waseda University).
  678. He also took the voyage in the Bunroku-Keicho War, which was a dispatch of troops to Korea started in 1592 by Hideyoshi.
  679. He also trained a lot of pupils in his own private school.
  680. He also transcribed "Keizaisoron" (general theory of economics) by hand.
  681. He also translated "Nihon Yusyuki" by Vasilii Mikhailovich Golovnin.
  682. He also translated books.
  683. He also translated many Russian literature works into Japanese, and his translations of Ivan Turgenev's 'Aibiki' (The Rendezvous) and 'Megurial' (Chance Meetings) are especially famous.
  684. He also traveled to Edo.
  685. He also traveled to Kumamoto and Kyoto to study Confucianism.
  686. He also traveled with gonaisho (official documents) to Kai Province as a mediator in the conflict between Kagetora NAGAO (Kenshin UESUGI) and Shingen TAKEDA in 1557, and to Odawara to reconcile the Hojo, Uesugi and Takeda clans in 1567.
  687. He also tried his best to systemize Urasenke's tea ceremony course by introducing it into curriculums of girls' schools and holding lectures in order to unify its teaching policies.
  688. He also tried to identify the authors of the 'Datsu-A Ron' related thesis.
  689. He also undertook the following actions to demonstrate his power: visit to Todai-ji Temple and Kofuku-ji Temple in 1385, sight-seeing trip to Mt. Fuji in Suruga Province in 1388, visit to Itsukushima Shrine in Aki Province in 1389.
  690. He also used "Ishikawa clan" as his surname due to the fact that, since the time of MINAMOTO no Yorinobu, the founder of the Kawachi-Genji (Minamoto clan), the clan manor had been the Ishikawa Manor in Kawachi Province (which today would be located in Habikino City, Osaka Prefecture).
  691. He also used Soh, instead of shakuhachi, for playing the melody in order to make the most of the instruments property, and this piece is regarded today as an excellent piece of music that represents the musical instrument Soh.
  692. He also used Yochikusanbo and Kakashinjo for the name of his studio.
  693. He also used a number of other pen names.
  694. He also used a self-given alternate name of Betto SHIGENOI.
  695. He also used another name, 'Seiji MAKINO.'
  696. He also used different pen names like "Dassaishooku Shujin," "Takeno Satobito," "Koun," "Chifusho," "Ochi Tokoronosuke" and others.
  697. He also used different pseudonyms such as Hassen do and Hassen, and left many hanging scrolls that he himself praised.
  698. He also used go (pen names) such as Tanpo, Nimoku and Fujikoji.
  699. He also used it to make food and treasures appear, and he and his descendants lived prosperously.
  700. He also used kanji 正顕 (Masaaki) for his name.
  701. He also used many priests such as Mansai as advisers in an attempt to appease and take control of the religious influence.
  702. He also used pseudonyms such as Hachiro HASHIMOTO and Seiyo MATSUMOTO.
  703. He also used pseudonyms such as Josetsusai and Yukeisai.
  704. He also used the Dutch name Jan Hendrik Daper as his signature.
  705. He also used the alias "Butsujubo."
  706. He also used the charge of 'Violation of the Ordinance' as a pretext to resign from his position as the head because, during the era of the Second Cabinet, he had had a conflict with Hara, who took over the inside of the Seiyu-kai Party and who was eagerly seeking profit through railroad constructions in the countryside.
  707. He also used the name 'Goenjoji.'
  708. He also used the name Gyosho (written 行証 or 行勝).
  709. He also used the name Hitsunosaisho.
  710. He also used the name Kantankyo.
  711. He also used the name Shozo (昌三) and byname Kanen (遐年).
  712. He also used the name of Kamesaburo throughout his life.
  713. He also used the name of Kamezo KATAOKA throughout his life.
  714. He also used the pseudonym Fuhyoken.
  715. He also used the pseudonyms "Rengyobo" and "Agui no Hoin."
  716. He also usurped various authorities, such as those for rituals and for personnel affairs, from the Imperial Family. In April 1408, one month before his death, he carried out the ceremony of Genpuku (coming-of-age ceremony for boys) for his second son, Yoshitsugu, on a scale comparable to ceremonies for an imperial prince.
  717. He also vindicated the memory of Tadamasa OGURI, who had been executed by guillotine as a rebel by the New Meiji Government.
  718. He also visited Itsukushima-jinja Shrine in the Aki (the western part of Hiroshima Prefecture) area several times, including in 1563 to play Horaku Noh (a Noh performance dedicated to Shintoist and Buddhist deities) and in 1568.
  719. He also visited powerful local lords (kokujin) in the Kinai area and the daimyo of many Provinces, such as the Ouchi clan in Suo Province, the Takeda clan in Wakasa Province, and the Uesugi clan in Echigo Province.
  720. He also wanted his pupils to wear Japanese clothes and a Japanese topknot and wearing a topknot was a requirement to become his pupil).
  721. He also wanted his reliable retainers as his secret agents, who had worked for his family for generations, because he was a shogun from the Kishu family, a branch family of the shogun family.
  722. He also wanted to make the shogun power stronger by compensating the lack of inspection ability under the direct control of shogun because Ometsuke, the official senior inspector of the bakufu, actually acted as the ceremony officer whose main duty was conveying commands.
  723. He also warns his daughters not to marry a man thoughtlessly, leave Uji, and disgrace themselves in public, then he visits a temple on a mountain and passes away there.
  724. He also was a deputy of provincial governor of Kozuke Province and Musashi Province.
  725. He also was an excellent appraiser.
  726. He also was assigned concurrently as junior secretary of the Choshu Domain.
  727. He also was classmates Ton SATOMI, a good friend who went on to become a novelist.
  728. He also was involved in the first major corruption scandal in modern Japan (the Yamashiroya Incident), and as a result of it he had resigned.
  729. He also was the ancestor of both Nitta clan and Ashikaga clan.
  730. He also was the keishi (household superintendent) of FUJIWARA no Michinaga and FUJIWARA no Yorimichi father and son.
  731. He also weakened the Amago clan by triggering the Shinguto Faction Incident.
  732. He also went by four other names, Suiunken, Suimuan, Fushinken, and Yua.
  733. He also went by his pen-name of Hakuo.
  734. He also went by names such as: 宗樸、無華、寧拙 etc.
  735. He also went by the first names of Kaneyasu and Kanekiyo.
  736. He also went by the name Ikebe Sojo.
  737. He also went by the name Kenkyo.
  738. He also went by the name of Miyoshi no jiju (Miyoshi Chamberlain).
  739. He also went by the names 阿比留鋭三郎 Eisaburo ABIRU (two different spellings), 阿比留栄之介 Einosuke ABIRU, and another version of Eizaburo Abiru written with different characters such as 阿比原栄三良 阿比留栄三郎.
  740. He also went in and out of the residence of Sanetaka SANJONISHI, who was Kajin (poet of Japanese poems), and Kuge (Aristocrat), and the Konoe family, who was one of the Sekkan family (line of regents and advisors), and became Renga sosho (master poet) in 1536.
  741. He also went to Kyoto and fought there against the army of the Yamana clan of the Western Army.
  742. He also went to the Reiin-ji Temple, Goshomanju-ji Temple and other temples where he met with high priests in Ming to learn from them.
  743. He also went to the battlefield in the subsequent campaign of the Heiji War in 1159.
  744. He also went up to the capital accompanying ruined Takakuni HOSOKAWA, but he was defeated by the Miyoshi clan and died in the war.
  745. He also won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1949.
  746. He also worked actively as a deputy and colleague of Koin KIDO, such as formulating ' Shosha jidan kajosho' (agreement on the joint enterprise project) after having a talk with Ryoma SAKAMOTO and Saisuke GODAI of the Satsuma Domain.
  747. He also worked as Kanto Moshitsugi, or Shogunal Liaison at Court, exerting himself to mediate between bakufu and court.
  748. He also worked as a Kamo denso (Kamo shrine messenger to Emperor) and a Kasugasai Shokei (master of ceremonies, Kasugasai).
  749. He also worked as a buke tenso (liaison officers between the imperial court and the military government), and he left the capital for Suo no kuni (Suo Province) to see Yoshitaka OUCHI in 1536.
  750. He also worked as a diplomatic adviser to the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  751. He also worked as a guest columnist for the "Jiyu Shinbun" (Freedom Newspaper), the official publication of the Liberal Party.
  752. He also worked as a professor in the Kyoto University of Art and Design.
  753. He also worked as an interpreter to Qing and took "Rikuyu engi" (interpretation of Rikuyu) back and distributed in Ryukyu.
  754. He also worked as the supervisor for locomotive manufacture at the Japan Imperial Government Railway's Shinbashi Factory.
  755. He also worked for Iemitsu TOKUGAWA, the third Shogun of the Edo Bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), as an instructor of Kado (Waka versification).
  756. He also worked for Kyodo Bank and Kansai Railway Company.
  757. He also worked for Tadayoshi ASHIKAGA and fought the warlords of Iwami Province on the Southern Court side.
  758. He also worked for public works and worked relentlessly for the spread of Amida worship and Nenbutsu.
  759. He also worked hard for the memorial service of Tenryu-ji Temple in 1345.
  760. He also worked hard on academic studies, and read through Chinese classics all by himself.
  761. He also worked hard to protect and jump-start the local industry.
  762. He also worked on a scenario for Ko NAKAHIRA's "Getsuyobi no Yuka" (Only On Mondays).
  763. He also worked on cultural activities such as waka (traditional Japanese poems), and his poems were collected in "Senzai Wakashu" (Collection of Japanese Poems of a Thousand Years), and he was said to have a friendship with FUJIWARA no Sadaie.
  764. He also worked on land measures designed to increase tax revenues.
  765. He also worked on the historical background of art for some long-running TV dramas on NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation).
  766. He also worked out measures to attract tourists to Kyoto and buy goods and services there, promoting the Kyoto brand across the country.
  767. He also worked to spread Senchado (green tea ceremony) as one who understood Baisao, and wrote "Chakyo Hyosetsu" (comment on Chakyo, a Chinese book about tea).
  768. He also writes that there is a carnival-like conflict between the King of Spring (Kanpei and Hangan) and the King of Winter (Bannai and Moronao).
  769. He also wrote "Kekkon" (Marriage) and "Ojosan Kanpai" (Cheers, Miss) for Keisuke KINOSHITA.
  770. He also wrote "Kodaireki" (a chronicle).
  771. He also wrote "Shobogenzo-zuimonki" which was a compilation of Buddhist sermons that Dogen usually preached to people (according to the commonly-accepted view at present, this book is believed to have been edited and completed by his leading disciples based on Ejo's posthumous manuscript).
  772. He also wrote 'Rokuji Myogo' and gave them to his many disciples as the main body of worship.
  773. He also wrote 'Tengu- kaijou' (The Messages from a Mountain Spirit).
  774. He also wrote Karyu (world of geisha) novels and plays, as he was an intimate friend of Kido OKAMOTO.
  775. He also wrote a book about Kemari (Japanese ancient Imperial court game like kick-ball) with the title "Naige Sanji Sho".
  776. He also wrote a diary entitled "Chikamunekyo Ki (a diary of Lord Chikamune)".
  777. He also wrote a drama, "Okuni from Izumo Province" as well as serial stories in newspapers.
  778. He also wrote a journal entitled "Gaunnikken-roku."
  779. He also wrote a lot of popular fictions 'Gokan' by the name of Josuke UBA I.
  780. He also wrote a preface to Nanbo OTA's "Neboke Sensei Bunshu", which triggered a satirical poem 'kyoka' boom in Edo.
  781. He also wrote a treatise on renga poetry, 'Katahashi' (A Fragment).
  782. He also wrote about the place of their origins and together with the topography from Volume one to six, it is a series of local reports of animals and plants of ecology and ecological geography.
  783. He also wrote books on Buddhism, "yamokusho," "saki" and "uki," etc.
  784. He also wrote diaries in Kana (the Japanese syllabary), including "Shokoku-ji to kuyoki," "Kitayama-in gojudaiki," "Kitayama-dono gyokoki," and "Oei daijoeki."
  785. He also wrote down a record of the Hakodate war ("Hakodate Senki (the Record of the Hakodate War)."
  786. He also wrote haiku relating to 'sakabayashi' meaning sake shop sugitama (a large ornamental ball made with cedar leaves), which announced that new sake had been made.
  787. He also wrote his diary called "The diary of the Emperor Hanazono" (Shinki), and he often practiced sutra-chanting and Buddhist invocation, it is said he was well acquainted with the literature and was a religious person.
  788. He also wrote his strong resolution in his diary of that day.
  789. He also wrote it on the assumption that Katsumoto would be acted by Danjuro ICHIKAWA the ninth and Yodogimi by Kikugoro ONOE the fifth.
  790. He also wrote many books, including 'Shimodate Nikki' (The Diary of Yasumoto WAKIZAKA) and 'Zaisekisho' (collection of the past).
  791. He also wrote novels, poems and dramas.
  792. He also wrote screenplays to two famous films, that for director Yuzo KAWASHIMA's 1957 masterpiece "Bakumatsu taiyo den" and that for "Kyupora no aru machi" by Kirio URAYAMA.
  793. He also wrote several pieces of song lyrics for classical Japanese dance such as "Noriaibune" (share-ride boat) "Kisoijishi" (vying performance of lions) in addition to writing gokan (bound-together volumes of illustrated books).
  794. He also wrote the inscription on a painting 'Tsuta no Hosomichi zu Byobu' (Narrow Road of Ivy Folding Screens) by Sotatsu TAWARAYA.
  795. He also wrote the script and choreographed some episodes.
  796. He also wrote the script for "Kanashiki wakare no uta" (1965), "Yubue" (1967), "Zansetsu" (1968), "Spiders no Barito Chindochu" (Funny Tour) (1968) under the name of Yoshio CHITO.
  797. He also wrote the words for 'Kigensetsu' (the National Foundation Day) (music: Shuji IZAWA), 'Kangaku no uta' (a song for the encouragement scholarship) (music: Yoshiisa OKU), 'Mizu tsuku shikabane' (a corpse soaked in the water) (music: Mitsuyoshi YOSHIMOTO) and so on.
  798. He also wrote theory books of Nohgaku such as "Fushikaden," "Shikado" and "Kakyo," trying to establish Nohgaku in the fields of performance, writing Noh dramas and theory.
  799. He also wrote, amongst others, "Hyakkan Tomyosho" (literally, a copy of the Chinese names of 100 official posts), but almost all his works were scattered and lost.
  800. He altered the company organization to a partnership corporation, and the company name to Bansei Limited Partnership.
  801. He always acted together with Shunso HISHIDA, his best friend and classmate at the Tokyo School of Fine Arts, and in collaboration with Hishida he produced works such as "Morning in Spring/Evening in Fall" and "On the Way Home/Arrival in Port."
  802. He always appeared together with his father in "Tale of Heiji," beside the scene of assassination and they worked well together.
  803. He always dressed differently from the other teachers, wearing haori, hakama and sandals, and was loved by the students for telling them stories about movies and playing the mandolin.
  804. He always followed wherever Kanroku went.
  805. He always fostered rivalry with Kaoru, who was like a younger brother to him and grew up together in Rokujo-in.
  806. He always had a koumajirushi (small battle standard of a commander) around him and he displayed the position and the military might of the samurai daisho.
  807. He always had a sincere attitude toward his performances.
  808. He always separated his thoughts into two personalities: those of a man of literature and those of a warrior.
  809. He always went outside in his bare feet and just wiped off the dirt.
  810. He always went with and followed Shinran and attended on him when he came back to Kyoto.
  811. He and Enki NAGASAKI closely questioned Nobufusa MADENOKOJI who was sent to Kamakura by the Emperor Godaigo to explain the plan.
  812. He and FUJIWARA no Mototoshi were the leading figures in the waka circles of the time.
  813. He and Genji were on good terms with each other, and their relations continued even when many people cut their relations with Genji just before he left the capital for Suma.
  814. He and Hidemi SUGA were from the same village, which was one of the reasons that motivated Suga to write "'Teikoku' no bungaku : senso to 'taigyaku' no aida."
  815. He and Hirondo TOMIZU were members of a group known as 'Seven Scholars.'
  816. He and Hoshu KATSURAGAWA became pupils of Carl Thumberg, a Swedish naturalist.
  817. He and Kyoko MAKINO both appeared in the first film produced by Mikado Shokai, "Miyako ni Akogarete" (Longing for the Capital), which was directed by Bansho KANAMORI.
  818. He and Lady Akashi were delighted to see each other for the first time in three years, and he admired the prettiness of his daughter who he met for the first time.
  819. He and Michitomi HIGASHIKUZE who came dispatched to solve the state of affairs of Kobe Incident knew each other well, because he helped him when Shichikyo-ochi (the exile of the Seven nobles from Kyoto) happened.
  820. He and Mitsutomo KAJUJI were the first buke tenso (liaison officers between the imperial court and the military government) of the Edo bakufu (1603 - 1619).
  821. He and Moriya took up arms at his residence and cursed Oshisaka no Hikohito no Oenomiko and Takeda no Miko (the Imperial Prince Takeda) by creating dolls that mimic them but ended up yielding at Oshisaka no Hikohito no Oenomiko after learning that their rebel plot had failed.
  822. He and OE no Masafusa were regarded as the two leading scholars in the era of Emperor Gosanjo and Emperor Shirakawa ("Imakagami"(The Mirror of the Present)).
  823. He and OTOMO no Miyuki received additional 80 fuko on February 19, 691 and the total number of households under his control grew to 300.
  824. He and Razan HAYASHI were a teacher-pupil relationship: He learned Confucianism from Razan and he taught Razan the art of versification.
  825. He and SUGAWARA no Michizane were the two greatest authorities in the academic community, with Michizane called 'ten-jin' (a god in heaven) and Yoshiyuki 'Chi-sen' (a wizard on ground).
  826. He and Sahe ECHIZENYA who ran a bathhouse in Yamashita took turns in carrying the prince on his shoulder as they were fleeing to Mikawashima.
  827. He and Saisuke YASUTOMI, an assistant to the Commander-in-Chief of the Army, watched the body of Hijikata carried to Goryokaku.
  828. He and Shigeharu TAKENAKA (Hanbei TAKENAKA) were referred to as the twin jewels of Hideyoshi and were called the Double Hanbei or the Two Hanbei.
  829. He and Shigenobu MATSUKURA (Ukon) were called the two wings (Ukon and Sakon) of the Tsutsui clan due to their conspicuous service.
  830. He and Takahiro MATSUMAE discussed the matter with them.
  831. He and Tamaki separated.
  832. He and Teruko had two sons and two daughters (giving names Hisamaru, Iwao, Mine and Haru to the eldest son who died early, the second son, the eldest daughter, and the second daughter, respectively)
  833. He and Umisachihiko are the central characters of the story which showed that 'Sachi' meant 'fishing rods, hooks, bows and arrows,' and which resulted in expressions such as 'Yama no Sachi' and 'Umi no Sachi' meaning the prey of hunting or fishing respectively.
  834. He and Yoshitomo's retainer Kagesumi SHINAI plotted to assassinate TAIRA no Kiyomori in retribution, but failed.
  835. He and a bugyo of the Toyotomi family, Mitsunari ISHIDA, carried out a cadastral survey together in Satsuma Province.
  836. He and his brother and the minister SOGA no Umako supported the administration of Empress Suiko and Shotoku Taishi (Prince Shotoku), and built up a strong connection with Jogu Oke (the highest royal family) led by Shotoku Taishi.
  837. He and his child Toshimichi KOGA became disciples of Shikibu TAKENOUCHI, a scholar to the Tokudaiji family and they learned Suika Shinto and imperialism.
  838. He and his cousin Yugiri are good friends.
  839. He and his family were ruined on the way to the capital in January of the next year (the incident of Kagetoki KAJIWARA).
  840. He and his father Yoshinobu HIRAGA gained Yoritomo's confidence as close advisers, who came from the same Minamoto clan's blood line.
  841. He and his father Yoshisuke entered the Kanegasaki-jo Castle in Echizen Province.
  842. He and his father built Takebeyama-jo Castle (Maizuru City); they made Tango Province their foodhold, and in Oei War, they defeated Hiroshige OUCHI and firmly established their position as the nucleus of bakufu.
  843. He and his father clashed again in 1907, over the issue of his marriage.
  844. He and his father had established their foothold which led to the formation of the Komine clan later.
  845. He and his father served a Sengoku daimyo (Japanese territorial lord in the Sengoku period) as a vassal of the Rokkaku clan in Minami Omi.
  846. He and his father were distinguished in military service during Meitoku War and helped uplift the position of the Isshiki clan in bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun); then in January of 1392, he was appointed as Military Governor of Tango Province.
  847. He and his followers were referred to as the Miike school because they lived in Miike Town.
  848. He and his lawful wife from the Wada family had no son and adopted Hidetsuna HACHIMANYAMA who was the sotomago (grandchild from a daughter married into another family) of Nobuhiro ODA.
  849. He and his schoolmate Akira HASHIMOTO was such a close friend that they often quarreled with the Crown Prince's statue neglected.
  850. He and his troops combated with the troops commanded by Taketoshi KIKUCHI in the battle of Tatarahama, and he performed military exploits.
  851. He and his troops returned with glory parading in lines with the heads of Yoshichika and others upheld.
  852. He and his wife Nomura liked inviting guests, and often used to have people come over, served delicious food and held a poetry party.
  853. He and his wife, Agata no INUKAI no Michiyo, had children called Katsuragi no Okimi (later, his name was changed to TACHIBANA no Moroe), Sai no Okimi, and Muro no Okimi.
  854. He and his wife, Nanigashi KIKKAWA, had one son and six daughters but his whereabouts, including the date of his death, after publishing the Jigekaden is unknown.
  855. He and his younger brother Shiro UNO were called as Heian Ni U sensei (two U teachers in Heian).
  856. He and his younger brother, Choin FURUICHI, were disciples of Juko MURATA, the master of the tea ceremony.
  857. He and the next four generations, as Osukiya Gashira of the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) taught the Ikei-ha.
  858. He and the remnants of Goryoeiji who were waiting for the day when they could get revenge attacked and injured Isami KONDO in Fushimi Sumizome.
  859. He announced himself as Fujita Awa no kami (Ujikuni FUJITA).
  860. He announced himself as Kanou FUJIMA in his later years.
  861. He announced himself as Sakon KANZE.
  862. He announced his name as Shokoinnomiya, but later he changed it to Kitashirakawanomiya.
  863. He announced the company's three-year plan for management rationalization, called 'Action Plan 21.'
  864. He announced the company's three-year plan, called 'convert-21,' for management transformation.
  865. He answered in a TV interview that "I applied for an audition for the commercial as a joke saying 'No one but I can do it.' and I got the job."
  866. He apologized for his failures including his failure towards his duty towards documents, what he had left before Yoritada in the event of new year banquet, and that he missed accompanying FUJIWARA no Junshi who was a daughter of Yoritada when she entered the Imperial Palace as court lady for Emperor Enyu.
  867. He apologized for his lord's impoliteness, begged him earnestly to forgive his lord, and went home.
  868. He apparently made a personal collection of poetry called 'Ryozen Uchigiki,' but it does not exist at the present time.
  869. He apparently regretted that he became lord instead of his elder brother (Yorishige).
  870. He apparently took little interest in Christianity.
  871. He apparently tried to save Hisahide's life in exchange for the Hiragumo when the latter rebelled against him for a second time.
  872. He appealed to the ministry to recompensate the Joseons for the firewood and food that the Japanese castaways demanded of them.
  873. He appeared as 'Motoie' in "Heiji Monogatari" (The tale of the Heiji).
  874. He appeared as Sochi no Miya in the chapter 'Hana no En' (The Festival of the Cherry Blossoms) and then was appointed to Hyobukyo no Miya after Fujitsubo's brother was appointed to Shikibukyo no Miya in the chapter 'Otome' (The Maidens).
  875. He appeared as the son of Okuninushi (chief god of Izumo in southern Honshu Island, Japan, and the central character in the important cycle of myths set in that region) at the column of Ashihara no Nakatsukuniheitei (Suppression of the land of Japan) in "Kojiki" (Records of Ancient Matters).
  876. He appeared by real name, and, by way of entertainment, the main character was written with the background of the other two models of Sukeroku who were said to have existed in the past.
  877. He appeared first in the article dated June 22, 1180, of "Azuma Kagami", immediately before Yoritomo raised an army.
  878. He appeared frequently together with FUJIWARA no Kunimichi, but on the contrary, Kunimitsu was thrown into the shade as Yuhitsu (amanuensis).
  879. He appeared in "Nihon Genho Zenaku Ryoiki" (a set of three books of Buddhist stories, written in the late 8th and early 9th century, usually referred to as the Nihon Ryoiki) as 'Dojo Hoshi' (Buddhist monk Dojo).
  880. He appeared in Azuma Kagami by the name of Chikaie TOMIDA.
  881. He appeared in a PR brochure of Ministry of Education, described as 'Rintaro MORI, in the warrior class of Tokyo, 19 years and 8 months.'
  882. He appeared in light yellow katabira (unlined garment for summer) with his sword drawn.
  883. He appeared in many films directed by Jiro YOSHIDA and became the star actor of Tennenshoku Katsudo Shashin.
  884. He appeared in modern plays, movies and dance performances, and in 1979, he went back to Nohgaku (the art of Noh).
  885. He appeared in over 1,000 period movies produced by Yokota Shokai (later consolidated into Nikkatsu) in his lifetime.
  886. He appeared in the TV program "Pot of Beauty" 's "Noh Mask " edition.
  887. He appeared in twenty eight (twenty five) films, but resigned from Makino in April of 1928, changed his name to 'Kanjuro ARASHI,' and established 'Arashi Kanjuro Productions' (Kan Pro).
  888. He appeared on stage for the first time at the Mandayu-za Theatre in Kyoto in November 1676.
  889. He appeared only in Uji jujo (The 10 Quires of Uji).
  890. He appeared there in carefully chosen dress, read a poem to a lady whose face he cannot see through a screen, and found the lady he was searching for.
  891. He appears as Wani in Nihonshoki (Chronicles of Japan) and as Wanikishi in Kojiki (The Records of Ancient Matters).
  892. He appears as he stamps the mouse holding the scroll in its mouth (the one which has appeared just before the curtain fall of 'Mansion'), and says, "how suspicious!"
  893. He appears as the fifth son in "Sonpi Bunmyaku" (Bloodlines of Noble and Base), and as the fourth son in "Soma Keizu" (the Soma family tree) because the eldest son TAIRA no Masamochi does not appear.
  894. He appears as the fourth son in "Sonpi Bunmyaku" (Bloodlines of Noble and Base), and the third son in "Soma Keizu" (the Soma family tree) because the eldest son TAIRA no Masamochi does not appear.
  895. He appears from the chapter of 'Kiritsubo' (The Paulownia Court) to 'Yugiri' (Evening Mist).
  896. He appears from the first chapter, 'Kiritsubo' (The Paulownia Court) to the fortieth chapter, 'Maboroshi' (The Wizard), among the 54 chapters of "Genji Monogatari,"
  897. He appears from time to time in key points when the project is set back and leads the story to rapid development through his funding and decipherment of an encryption key.
  898. He appears in 'Konjaku Monogatari-shu' (The Tale of Times Now Past).
  899. He appears in 'Sonpi Bunmyaku' (Bloodlines of Noble and Base) as the son of TAIRA no Shigemori, who was the younger brother of TAIRA no Sadamori and governor of Mutsu Province, and he has the official rank of Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade) and is Kazusa no suke (Assistant Governor of Kazusa Province) and governor of Dewa Province.
  900. He appears in Episode 4 "TAIRA no Koremochi gets killed by a retainer) and Episode 5 "TAIRA no Koremochi punishes FUJIWARA no Moroto" in the volume 25 of "Konjaku Monogatari shu" (Tales of Times Now and Then collection).
  901. He appears in Episode 4, 'TAIRA no Koremochi gets killed by a retainer' of Volume 25 of 'Konjaku monogatari shu' (Tales of Times Now and Then collection).
  902. He appears in Japanese myths as a hero.
  903. He appears in the "Kogoshui" (History of the Inbe Clan), the "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), and the "Harimanokuni Fudoki" (Records of the Culture and Geography of Harima Province).
  904. He appears in the "Kojiki" (The Records of Ancient Matters) but not in "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan).
  905. He appears in the "Nihon Shoki" (Chronicles of Japan), but not in the "Kojiki" (Records of Ancient Matters).
  906. He appears in the chapters from Hahakigi to Minori.
  907. He appears in the name of 'Motomichi' in the "Heiji monogatari" (The tale of the Heiji).
  908. He appears in the story of Yamasachihiko and Umisachihiko.
  909. He appears on a commercial for Pizza as a look-alike of Soseki.
  910. He appears on dramas on television as well, so he is widely known.
  911. He appears on the scene of 'An Old Horse' in "The Tale of the Heike" (the version edited by Kakuichi AKASHI).
  912. He appears only in Kojiki (Records of Ancient Matters).
  913. He appears only in the Kojiki (the Records of Ancient Matters).
  914. He appears to be as interested in Saiki as Gaku, implied by the manner in which he actively speaks to her whenever he gets a chance.
  915. He appears to have voluntarily resigned.
  916. He appears to have won the Battle of Norada because he had been preparing for battle since Hisamasa's exile, whereas the Rokkaku clan were forced to form an army quickly.
  917. He appears under the name of YOSHIMINE no Yasuyo in the Kabuki Dance 'Tsumoru Koi Yuki no Sekinoto' (Love and Deep Snow at the Mountain Barrier), which was produced in the Edo period.
  918. He appended Master of Literature when he signed his name as Ryosaku Shiba or Ryozou Shiba, and there are documents with either of those signatures.
  919. He applied for a position as assistant director of Shochiku, and he failed the physical exam, although he made high scores on the written exam.
  920. He applied for and obtained the position of Genji no choja (chief of the Minamoto clan), taking advantage of confusion caused by the Kakitsu Incident of December 23, 1441, in which Yoshinori ASHIKAGA was assassinated.
  921. He applied for employment with a commissary that had recently been established, and was hired.
  922. He applied the hakubyo (white drawing) technique of Japanese painting to the ink-wash painting in drawing a person, and thus contributed to the Japanization of the Chinese painting style.
  923. He applied to divide Takanokuni into Taka Gun and Iwaki Gun.
  924. He applied to participate in suppressing the Shimabara Rebellion, only to be rejected, so in 1639, he once left the Ikeda family and returned to his grandfather's home in Kirihara, Omi Province (the present Omihachiman City, Saga Prefecture).
  925. He appointed Kyoto Shoshidai Katsushige ITAKURA to be the construction director and Masakiyo NAKAI as the master builder over the project.
  926. He appointed Masamori as Tajima no kuni no kami (governor of Tajima Province), his son TAIRA no Moriyasu as Uhyoe no jo (officer of the Right Division of Middle Palace Guards), and another son TAIRA no Morinaga as Sahyoe no jo (officer of the Left Division of Middle Palace Guards).
  927. He appointed Nagahide NIWA as the Oda family's shukuro (a chief vassal of a samurai family), and his cousin Nobusumi TSUDA as vice-shogun.
  928. He appointed TAKENOUCHI no Sukune as minister in 133.
  929. He appointed his younger brothers to the position of daikan (local governor) and exterminated the Taira clan and MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka.
  930. He appointed the old man tending the fires who had finished the verse, 'When the days are put together, nine nights and ten days have already passed, as the kuninomiyatsuko of Azuma.'
  931. He appreciated sword-making, and therefore ordered a sword from his favorite craftsman, Hyogo-gusari koshirae.
  932. He apprenticed himself to Shobei TAMAYA, the seventh at the age of 25.
  933. He approached FUJIWARA no Tadamichi, who was Kanpaku (chief adviser to the Emperor), and, in 1150, he succeed in realizing his daughter FUJIWARA no Teishi's judai (an Imperial Consort's bridal entry into court) as Tadamichi's adopted daughter.
  934. He approached Ieyasu TOKUGAWA after the death of Hideyoshi, and in the Battle of Sekigahara in October 1600, he belonged to the eastern army and had great achievements such as the defense of Nagashima-jo Castle in Ise Province and the capture of Kuwana-jo Castle in Ise Province and Minakuchi-jo Castle in Omi Province.
  935. He approached Sir Takayuki SASAKI of Kobu immediately after his return and proposed the idea to establish one.
  936. He approached a tea ceremony master who frequented the Kira residence and obtained information that a tea party would take place there on December 14.
  937. He approached his stepbrother Yoshitsune, who started to make remarkable progress as a warrior.
  938. He approached the light, and found Akabozu holding a light.
  939. He approached to Sadakichi, the second generation of Japanese sweet shop 'Funasada' in Asakusa, and then 'imo-yokan' was completed by joint development.
  940. He approved her remarriage to TAIRA no Tadanori.
  941. He ardently studied the techniques of various painting schools including Sesshu, the Kano School, Yamato-e painting (a traditional Japanese style painting of the late Heian and Kamakura periods dealing with Japanese themes), and the Maruyama Shijo School and the Western oil painting and incorporated them into his own technique.
  942. He argued as follows in "Chucho Jijitsu."
  943. He argued for 'Logic of species,' or 'Philosophy of absolute intermediation,' and advocated metanoia in his last years, but some criticized that the Japan's war responsibility was made ambiguous in the complicated universalization of metanoetics.
  944. He argued that Shinsei SEI might have been given the surname which has similar sound of a word meaning earnest and honest in Chinese by Emperor, but he said that his Japanese name was unknown.
  945. He argued that Shinsei chose "井 (pronounced "sei" in Japanese, "jing" in Chinese)" because it had been commonly seen around Changan areas since the period of the Tang Dynasty, but he said that his Japanese name was unknown.
  946. He argued that in the days of mappo (the end of the Dharma) without a buddha, one could attain nirvana only through Birth in the Pure Land by believing in Tariki (Other Power).
  947. He argued that poetics had nothing to do with one's legitimacy or official court rank.
  948. He argued the history and insistently advocated the Theories of Legitimacy of the Northern Court, saying, 'Now that the present Imperial Court is from the Northern Court lineage, you are a retainer of the Northern Court, aren't you?' and these words provoked Sanyo's anger.
  949. He argues that "Min Shiki-ji Honmatsu" whose 'style' impressed Junichiro TANIZAKI, Mokichi SAITO and Shinzo KOIZUMI was a simple prose retelling in Japanese of its Chinese original and is a work of no literary merit.
  950. He argues that the composition theory is just 'a flight of fancy' without grounds, even if it is admitted that there are differences in quality between the Murasaki no Ue series and the Tamakazura series.
  951. He argues that this "dialogue by the dead," a basic structure of Noh, has in fact realized the construction of a story world unachievable by other types of plays.
  952. He arranged a marriage for Kagetaka with a younger sister of Shigehira (later Toita no Okata), and merged the Numata- and Takehara-Kobayakawa clans by having Kagetaka took over the Numata-Kobayakawa clan as head of the family.
  953. He arranged for his daughter to marry Emperor Montoku, and then declared their son the Crown Prince.
  954. He arranged his peer groups including Yonemochi, Takanashi, and Suda clans, which were called the Inoue clans.
  955. He arranged to have his daughter marry Tsunemori KIKAWWA, who was the family head of the Kikkawa clan in Aki Province.
  956. He arrived as a physician to Nagasaki Trading House, but he opened Narutakijuku School next year and taught medical science and natural history to the Japanese.
  957. He arrived at Hakatanotsu and entered Korokan.
  958. He arrived at Qing (Kaenko, Shengjing Province) as Department Director of Military Medicine.
  959. He arrived at the destination in a few hours, traveling the distance which normally required three days, and made a surprise attack on Yashima, the Taira clan's base located along the coast of the Inland Sea in Sanuki Province, Shikoku.
  960. He arrived in Kagoshima (current Gionnosu, Kagoshima City) on August 15, 1549 (holiday when Virgin Mary of Catholics went to heaven) after passing Shangchuan Island, China while on a Chinese junk.
  961. He arrived in Kamakura on December 11.
  962. He arrived in Musashi Province as kokushi (provincial governors) (Gon-no-kami, substitute for Kami, the Governor) in 938.
  963. He arrived in Owari on November 15 of the year and entered Kiyosu-jo Castle, the new office of shugo, with the support of Masayori TOKI, the shugo of Mino Province, and Myochin SAITO. ("Chikamoto Nikki").
  964. He arrived in Tang and won the Emperor of Tang's favor, but his homesickness was not cured.
  965. He arrived to Kyoto with his father when he was eight years old and entered Kezo-in Temple on Mt. Obaku first but switched to Rinzai Sect to begin his training as a monk in Jiun-an in Sokoku-ji Temple when he was 11 years old.
  966. He as a youngster behaved like a juvenile delinquent, brandishing a sword in the street.
  967. He ascended the throne after being handed it over from Emperor Keitai.
  968. He ascended the throne on February 13, 1867, when he was fourteen years old.
  969. He ascended the throne upon Kanmu's death in 806 as Emperor Heizei, and placed his brother Kamino, who shared the same mother, as Crown Prince.
  970. He ascended to the imperial throne on New Year's day in 480.
  971. He ascended to the rank of Gon Risshi (generally in Shingon sect, fifteenth-ranking Buddhist priest, literally, "supernumerary master of discipline") in the year 874 before being promoted to Sojo (high-ranking Buddhist priest).
  972. He ascended to the throne in February, 29 B.C.
  973. He ascended to the throne on February 21, 1180 and was officially enthroned on April 22, when he was two years old; however, Kiyomori took actual control of the government.
  974. He asked Emperor Goshirakawa to allow him to have the Minamoto family name and to be demoted from nobility to subject, however he was not allowed to do so, he then lived in Sagano and married FUJIWARA no Muneie's daughter.
  975. He asked Gentaku OTSUKI to make a Dutch-Japanese Dictionary since he thought it was necessary for the development of Western studies.
  976. He asked INGEN Ryuki Zenji (Ryuki INGEN, a master of Zen Buddhism), the founder of Manpuku-ji Temple, to taste the new tokoroten jelly, and the latter then encouraged Tarozaemon to put it to practical use as an ingredient in vegetarian dishes.
  977. He asked Ito to set up a meeting with Kido and went to Osaka by himself.
  978. He asked Kame-emon to gather his men and prepared for the quarrel.
  979. He asked Kichiemon NAKAMURA I to allow him to enter the Kichiemon troupe, had training as a young actor of female roles, and was under the tutelage of senior acting masters such as Kichiemon, Baigyoku NAKAMURA III in Osaka, and Enjaku JITSUKAWA II.
  980. He asked Motoharu, Takakage, Sadatoshi FUKUHARA and Michiyoshi KUCHIBA to assist Terumoto.
  981. He asked Nitto to take care of the school, and died.
  982. He asked Shojiro GOTO to act as intermediary for the reconciliation with Hoensha recommended by Kaoru INOUE and Gyokukin KIN and others, then on December 21, Shuei started 10 matches with Shuho MURASE, in Shuei's sen.
  983. He asked Shun-yin LAU, the Sillan interpreter from Chuzhou (a trilingual who could speak Sillan, Chinese, and Japanese), to find a ship to Japan, and they returned on the ship of Jin KIM, a Sillan merchant.
  984. He asked Yamatototohimomosohime no Mikoto to do divination, and she said that it was an omen of a rebellion by Takehaniyasuhiko no Mikoto and his wife Ata hime.
  985. He asked detailed questions to Soen KATAGIRI and documents show he was considered a first class tea master.
  986. He asked for a one-month practice of 'Seki-dera Komachi' (Komachi at Seki-dera Temple) by Kyusen SAKURAMA, which he performed in his last days (1955).
  987. He asked himself, 'Is it possible to reproduce the yearning for mystery that Japanese people have held in their minds since old times?,' and he is said to have written them.
  988. He asked his retainer, 'What did you pray for?'
  989. He asked his senior vassals, Masakage YAMAGATA, Nobufusa BABA, Masatoyo Naito to look after his affairs after he died, and left his last words, `Genshiro, tomorrow, Place the Takeda's flag in Seta,' to YAMAGATA.
  990. He asked the Tang emperor for the permission to reside at Tang many times but was always refused.
  991. He asked the widow of Kuniyoshi, Baishi (princess of Gouda) to recommend the next Crown Prince as the acting head of the Daikakuji line.
  992. He asked, 'Is Priest Motsugai at home?' so Motsugai got sick of it as such a visitor came again, answering 'He is not at home now,' and lifted up a corner of the chozubachi with his left hand, sweeping garbage under the stone away with the broom in his right hand.
  993. He asks Ryoshin to deliver the 100 ryo and the drawing to Yuranosuke OBOSHI (the ex-leader of the retainers of the Enya family and the leader of the avengers) and confesses his crimes, then saying he no longer hope to join the avengers, he tries to commit suicide.
  994. He asks for a night's lodging, and the owner abbot says, "Suit yourself," and goes to his bedroom.
  995. He asks his neighbor, who knows about an old man.
  996. He asks the old man who he is, and the old man answers that he is a spirit of the gold.
  997. He aspired to be a sculptor at the sculpture course in the Department of Sculpture.
  998. He aspired to become an actor from early childhood and made his debut in Ogaki City (Gifu Prefecture) with the stage name Chiyonosuke ICHIKAWA in 1874.
  999. He aspired to engage in trading and joined Ichizaemon MORIMURA's Morimura Gumi in 1890.
  1000. He assassinated the third Shogun MINAMOTO no Sanetomo; however, he was caught and killed right after.

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