en The land-tax reform also had a large effect on Japanese commerce and distribution system ; that is , prior to the reform rice collected as tax from various clans were sold and distributed by wholesale dealers in Edo or Osaka through storehouses of various clans in Edo or Osaka ; the reform allowed farmers to change their rice to cash directly at local rice merchants , who sold rice to the market across the country ; thus the previous distribution system collapsed .
en The nation 's right of preemption was asserted by the Imperial Court by either sending people , such as benkan ( officials of the dajokan ) or kurodo ( Chamberlain ) , assigned to serve as karamono no tsukai ( Supervisor of Chinese goods ) to the ports of call , or by the government officials ( esp. ones of low to medium rank ) directly negotiating and purchasing from the merchants based on the detailed list of necessary goods made by the Imperial Court .
en However , Sanesuke was wise enough not to directly confront Michinaga and simply maintained principled behavior , while Emperor Sanjo himself was also not very trustworthy , breaking his promise to appoint Sanesuke Kurodo no to in fear of Michinaga .
en After the death of Geni MAEDA in May 1602 , his son , Shigekatsu , succeeded him , but Shigekatsu was transferred to the new domain of Tanba-Yakami , and the Tanba-Kameyama Domain became a shogunal demesne ( a territory held directly by the Tokugawa shogun ) .
en Although trains that go directly to the JR Kyoto Line stop at Tsukamoto Station , trains that start from or terminate at Osaka Station and can be found early in the morning pass Tsukamoto Station without stopping .
en Indirect striking : Not by directly striking stones with hammers but by indirectly striking stones covered with deer 's horns or chisel made of animal bones to peel off a piece of stone ( called a flake ) and making a stone blade from it .
en When Prince Oama arrived in Mino Province , he divided his army into two groups which consisted of tens of thousands of soldiers ; one was sent to Wa ( Yamato Province ) via Mt Daisen and the other was sent to Omi directly .
en However , there is little basis for the assumption that Shinran founded Kosho-ji Temple in Yamashina , as well as the fact that Shinbutsu was already responsible for Senji-ji Temple in Shimotsuke Province ( present day Tochigi Prefecture ) at the time of Shinran 's journey to Kanto for the dissemination , and the likely theory claims that Shinran travelled directly to Kanto from Echigo .
en The bakufu machi-bugyo in the Tenryo cities ( the cities directly controlled by the bakufu ) other than Edo were called with the city name added to their heads , for example , Osaka machi-bugyo , and was generically called ongoku-bugyo ( literally , bugyo in remote provinces ) .
en A group of the food classified as ' moromi miso ' is often produced in order for the ' moromi ' itself to be eaten directly , which is not a ' moromi of miso ' but is similar to moromi of soy sauce .
en The word , however , comes directly from ' quickly led elite soldiers up to Mt . Nara where the soldiers fought a war . Then , the Imperial army soldiers got together to stamp ( narasu , 蹢跙す ) the plants . Therefore , the mountain was given the name Mt . Nara . Here , ' 蹢跙 ' means to stamp . ' ( 88 B.C. , " Nihonshoki " )
en Minemori , in order to acquire funds and provide relief for the poor , proposed that they make parts of ' Kannai fields ' Kubunden directly governed by Dazaifu on a temporary basis ( 30 years at the longest ) and that they make the income part of the financial resources .
en His father , Emperor Nijo tried to directly rule the government and was opposed to Goshirakawa , he put an end to Goshirakawa 's cloister government by saying he was scheming to allow his half younger brother , Prince Norihito , ascend to the throne , and Norihito 's uncle , TAIRA no Tokitada was sentenced to deportation , TAIRA no Norimori , FUJIWARA no Narichika and FUJIWARA no Nobutaka lost their positions .
en In addition , Ujimitsu 's son Ujioki became a Hatamoto ( direct retainer ) of the Tokugawa Shogunate , and was conferred a territory of more than 2,000 koku crop yield in Kazusa Province , and in the Hoei era , when the clan was holding the position of Ongoku-bugyo ( the collective name if the magistrates placed at important areas directly controlled by the government in the Edo period ) in the generation of Noritada , he recovered the sei ( authentic surname ) of Akamatsu , and after that , the family persisted as Hatamoto with a stipend of more than 5,000 koku crop yield until the end of the Edo period .