least; edge; for other clothes: at least 6.06 m in length; line termination; odd bit; beginning; odds and ends; beside; first; close; for kimonos: at least 10 m in length; near; third person; proximity; six ken; while; vicinity; besides; loose change; variable measure of fabric; scrap; end; odd sum; 300 tsubo
It is ichiboku-zukuri ( wooden figure carved of one tree ) carved out of a single camphor tree ( most wooden statues during the Asuka period are made of camphor trees ) , from which the base part consisting of the head and body , the renniku ( lotus center ) ( the interior part of the pedestal ) at the foot , and the two hozo ( the handle of tools ) underneath are all carved out .
He designated the purpose of each tree , saying , ' Cedar and camphor trees , these two types of trees are good for making ships . Japanese cypress trees are good for building shrines . Podocarpus trees are suitable for making coffins for people in this world . Let us sow a good many tree seeds . '
My pencil fell off the edge of my desk.
「 東野 東山 」 は 区 の 南東 端 の 山間 部 に 位置 する 飛地 で あ る 。
The ' Higashino Higashiyama ' town is a detached town in the mountain area south-east of the ward .
The Sanjobodomondono of the fourth shogun Yoshimochi ASHIKAGA had two kaisho of Higashi gokaisho ( Hashi gokaisho ) , which existed before it became the gosho of Yoshimochi , and Oku gokaisho built in 1429 .
The track gauge of the tramlines was 762 mm , the weight of a rail was 6 kg or 4 kg , cut chestnut trees or cut beech trees were used as railroad ties , which had creosote oil pasted on to protect against rot .
He subsequently submitted a letter of his opinion to Shungaku MATSUDAIRA ( Leader of Political Affairs of the Tokugawa Shogunate ) regarding the Three Urgent Measures to be Taken ( 1 . Carrying out joi , 2 . Issuing amnesty , 3 . Educating talented persons of the nation . )
French street stalls sell a variety of light meals , but many of the meals are sweetened light snacks like : Ice cream , crepes , gaufre ( " Gaufre " is a French word for waffles ) ; this originated in Belgium .
However , when Yoshitane ( Yoshiki ) ASHIKAGA , who was away in Suo Province , and Yoshioki OUCHI came to know about these internal conflicts , Yoshioki summoned the daimyo in Kyushu and Chugoku regions and headed to Kyoto with them .
Furthermore , Yoshimasa was stricken with paralysis , which made it difficult for him to assume administrative duties , so he made peace with his brother , Yoshimi , who had defected to the Province of Mino , and adopted Yoshimi 's eldest son , Yoshiki ( Yoshitane ) ASHIKAGA , and assigned him as the 10th Shogun and entrusted him with the governmental affairs after his passing .
In addition , aside from places such as kannabi that mark boundaries where the natural environment changes , places such as hills , mountain passes , crossroads , bridges and boundaries between settlements where the condition of man-made areas such as ' paths ' change , were also considered to represent boundaries that marked the unfamiliar world ( sacred realm ) .
Once social infrastructures were further improved , many things were considered as boundaries between tokoyo and utsushiyo , from shrines , temples and gates of cities to hedges that separate the streets from the premises of traditional Japanese houses , bathrooms , storage rooms and storage shelters located outside the house , and even amado ( wooden shutters constructed at the various openings of a building ) and shoji ( paper-covered sliding screens ) that separate the house from the outside .
Other theories are that some tekiya traveled around as toseinin ( yakuza-like gamblers ) who , unlike yakuza , when paying their respects for the local boss , used to open their speeches with the phrase ' if I may borrow three sun ( around 9 cm ) of your roof ... ' and who conducted business with flattery ( known in Japanese as ' three sun of tongue ' ) and determination ( ' three sun of heart ' ) or that their stalls were made from the smallest pieces of wood available , which was three sun square .
The following towns in the ward have independent town names : 29 towns in the Nijokawa-higashi area along the south-western border , Eikando-cho , Eikando-nishi-machi , Ginkakuji-cho , Ginkakujimae-cho , Kurodani-cho and Nyakuoji-cho .