en Those who belonged to the latter group , such as sakunin and kobyakusho , on the other hand , were given much less rights and security over the land they worked in comparison to hyakusho-myoshu and zaike-junin , as they were usually given a one-year contract and never had a possibility to attain a managerial post , in exchange for the partial payment of nengu for fields such as isshikiden and sanden .
en As of October 2007 , bus services have been provided from Kujoyama Bus Stop ( located nearly at the same place where Kujoyama Station is located ) to the directions of Sanjo-keihan and Yamashina Station ; however , only one or two services for Sanjo-keihan are available an hour during the daytime hours , indicating that the number of services is much less compared to the Keihan Keishin Line period in which four train services per hour were available .
en According to records , the lineage surely existed until the period of the Northern and Southern Courts , however , the lineage was much less influential , compared with the Ashikaga clan , a branch family of the Minamoto clan , which lineage was the same Kawachi-Genji ( Minamoto clan ) as that of the Ano clan .
en I cannot even boil water, much less roast a turkey.
en However , tales were ranked as ' fantasy ' and ' amusements for women and children , ' and such assessments were quite low compared with private collections of poetry much less an official collection of poetry such as a collection of poems by Imperial command .
en However , most of the anti-Nakamaro faction of the court nobles cooperated with the Retired Empress just to remove Nakamaro from the political world ; they did not mean that they approve of the Empress Koken , who had once entered into priesthood , return to the throne ; much less the advancement of Dokyo to the political world .
en However , the building of tenshu gradually became less common for the following reasons : the building of tenshu without permission was prohibited following the enactment of Buke shohatto ( Laws for the Military Houses ) ; the building of tenshu became unnecessary ; some tenshu were destroyed in natural disasters ; and the construction of tenshu put too much of a burden on a domain 's finances .
en In such a group , vertical relationships were developed according to the roles of ritual services or positions within the group ; people inside the village were even excluded , much less people outside the village because the positions within the group were limited .
en Sadanobu MATSUDAIRA who served as roju ( a member of shogun 's council of elders ) wrote much about the sake-brewing industry of the day in his book " Ugenohitogoto " ( an autobiography of Sadanobu MATSUDAIRA ) , and he said : " sake is not drunk much when it costs much . It is drunk much when it does not cost much . After all , it differs in nature from daily necessities for which the prices are expected to be stable for our people . The more that is in stock the more will be drunk , and the less that is in stock the less will be drunk . "
en How much less so Yoritomo 's wife Masako HOJO or his rear vassal Yoshitoki HOJO , to whom the reins of government fell after Yoritomo 's death ; truly , to seek to eliminate such as these is an undertaking that is not unreasonable .
en Although in Japanese mythology Tsukuyomi is considered equally as important as Amaterasu and Susanoo , he ( or she ) appears in " Kojiki " and " Nihon Shoki " much less often and is generally less active .
en The name of Ietsugu was referred much less than his brother Tokiie , and it is considered because the content of " Azuma Kagami " centered on Togoku ( the eastern part of Japan , particularly Kanto region ) and Ietsugu who had been active in western Japan had not frequently been recognized .