The jigo ( temple name ) of Jodo Shinshu sect is said to have originated from ' Kuon Jitsujo Amida Hongan-ji Temple , ' which was granted as an Imperial gift for Shinran 's mausoleum hall by Emperor Kameyama in 13 century .
Since then , the trend towards accepting emotions and human desires became notable in O Kon 's Taishu-gakuha ( Taishu school ) , and Ri Shi ( Ri Takugo ) at the end of Ming Dynasty entirely accepted human desire , saying ' wearing clothes and eating food is law . '
However , in 1753 , the tax increase measure imposed by SUGIURA , YOSHIDA and others triggered frequent peasant 's revolts , eventually leading farmers to criticize Shibamura Domain and demanding the relocation of the land in custody .
The Ritsuryo system , brought in Japan during the latter half of the seventh century , adopted the Ryosen system which largely divided the people into the Ryomin ( lit. good people ) and the Senmin ( the lowly persons ) after a model from China ( the Law of Ryosen , enacted in 645 ) .
横穴 式 石室 ( 主体 部 の 西側 に 6 世紀 末 頃 墳丘 を 利用 し 埋葬 )
A corridor-style stone chamber ( around the end of sixth century on the west side of the main body the burial was done using the mound )
In the early fifth century large keyhole-shaped mounds appeared ; these Kofun were similar in size to the Obo class ( tomb of the King or Emperor ) mounds , located upon the Kawachi Plain from within the regions of the Nara Basin .
With the exception of the southernmost areas in the Liaodong peninsula and Liaoxi , most of Manchuria was underdeveloped ; Hence , the Qing could not mount a response to Russian expansionism at the end of the 19th century .
In contrast , although we can also find the word ' monjodo ' in the records ( ' monjo ' used in SUGAWARA no Michizane 's sojo ( documents reported to the Emperor ) dated March 29 , 884 discussing the situation surrounding subjects in " Kanke bunso " ( an anthology of Chinese-style poetry by SUGAWARA no Michizane ) is thought to mean monjodo ) , it was transitional and after entering the 10th century , only ' kidendo ' was used in official occasions .
For example , the Kiki does not say anything about the battle against Koguryo in the depths of the Korean Peninsula ( mentioned in the Gwanggaeto Stele ) , or about envoys of the Five Kings of Wa ( despite the most important diplomatic issue in the fifth century being a relationship with Koguryo as Waobu 's johyobun ) .
Such military expenditure and extravagance by the emperor , Banreki , worsened the financial conditions of Ming and it is considered to be a serious cause of rapid weakening of Ming that could not bear growth of Jurchen during the first half of the seventeenth century .
Concerning the writing of its name ' Ando , ' in those historical records generally state as , the clan used the denomination of ' 安藤 ( Ando ) clan ' during the Kamakura period to the period of the Northern and Southern Courts when the clan was settled in Tsugaru region , while it was settled in Akita region in the mid-Muromachi period and after , its denomination came to be written ' 安東 ( Ando ) clan , ' and therefore , the individual surnames of the clan until mid-15th century will be written as ' 安藤 ( ANDO ) ' and after that it will be written as ' 安東 ( ANDO ) , ' and for the sake of simplicity , the clans name will be consistently written as the ' Ando ' clan .