en It is said that there existed " Ningai Sojo Jihitsu Choja Shidai " ( the records of the To-ji Choja ( chief abbot of To-ji Temple ) , self-written by Ningai Sojo ( the high-ranking Buddhist priest ) ) in the middle of the eleventh century .
en In the latter half of the 11th century , the Cloister Government started , whereby Daijo Tenno ( retired Emperor ) became the Chiten no kimi ( the retired emperor in power ) and influenced political affairs .
en The history of its establishment is unknown , but the ' Yamashiro oi jin ' to which Jugoinoge ( Junior Fifth Rank , Lower Grade ) was granted according to the July 21 , 876 section of Nihon Sandai Jitsuroku ( the sixth of six classical Japanese history texts ) , is thought to be this shrine , and this may be related to the fact that the Hata clan built a large dam in early the 8th century to fix the Kazuno-gawa River ( Oi-gawa River , Katsura-gawa River ( Yodo-gawa River System ) ) .
en 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 .
ja 築造 時期 は 7 世紀 前半 ( 古墳 時代 後期 ) と 推測 さ れ て い る 。
en It is estimated that it was constructed in the first half of the seventh century ( the late Kofun period ) .
en In Japan it was established in the form of Kanshofu sho ( a shoen enjoying immunity from taxation by virtue of having official documents from both Dajokan [ the Council of State ] and Minbusho [ the Ministry of Popular Affairs ] ) around the tenth century under regency .
en Famous Wasan were ' Sanjo wasan ' ( three Buddhist verses ) ( Jodo-wasan , Koso-wasan , Shozomatsu-wasan ) made by Shinran , the founder of the Jodoshinshu sect ( True Pure Land Sect Buddhism ) , ' Jogo Wasan ' including ' Betsugan san ' by Ippen of the Jishu sect and ' Ojo san ' by Taa .
en The firm face of this statue is similar to the style of the ' Buddha head ' in the Kofuku-ji Temple in Nara and guessed to be produced in the Tenmu era ( the end of the seventh century ) during the first stage of the Taima-dera Temple .
en Such roads include the road running north to south at the south main gate of Kokucho in Shimotsuke Province , as well as the neatly designed roads like the grid on a go ( a Japanese game played with black and white stones on a board ) board in a north part of Kokucho in Ise Province as well as Dazaifu ( Government Headquarters in Kyushu ) in the tenth century .
en In the 11th century , the position of sho hakase became a standby post ( a post to which clan members were temporarily appointed until a myogyo-do position became available ) for members of the Kiyohara clan and Nakahara clan which inherited the position of Myogyo hakase ( Professor of Confucian classics ) , and it is though that shodo completely disappeared as an area of study .
en According to the description of Shinto Gobusho in " Yamatohime no mikoto seiki , " the shrine is a Moto Ise where Ise no Okami ( Great God of Ise ) moved in 31 B.C. from ' Kafukanohinokumono-miya Shrine ( present Hikumo-jinja Shrine in Koga City ) to the place of Sakatashinmei-gu Shrine and stayed there for two years .
ja - 「 第 7 回 伝統 から の 創造 21 世紀 展 」
en Dainanakai dento karano sozo 21seikiten ( The 7th Twenty-first Century Exhibition , Creation from Tradition ) '
en Therefore , March in certain years around the end of the twentieth century were labeled unpleasantly as " no sun above field mustard , " " month unfavorable for outdoor amusement , " " rain apparel such as umbrellas indispensable for cherry blossom viewing party , " " commencement day ceremony and closing exercises on rainy day " and so on .
en The Chinese architectural style brought to Japan between the 6th and 8th century during the Asuka and Nara periods by Japanese envoys to Sui and Tang Dynasty China became Japanized during the Heian period , and calm spaces with slim columns and low ceilings came into favor .
en After being urged not only by people connected to the Shogunate but also repeatedly by the Imperial court , he finally accepted the appointment of 15th Shogun at Nijo-jo Castle in December of that year .
en In the garan layout of Osaka Prefecture 's Shitenno-ji Temple , which was erected at the beginning of the seventh century , as well as an old garan ( wakakusa garan ) of Horyu-ji Temple ( Ikaruga-dera Temple ) , a chumon ( inner gate ) , a pagoda , a main hall and a lecture hall are placed on a straight line from south to north .
en From then on till the latter half of the seventh century , the name designating the country was still Wakoku or Wa , but in the process of remodeling its state and administrative apparatus on the ritsuryo system ( a system of centralized government based on the ritsuryo code ) by the Emperor Tenmu , there was growing national awareness about the avoidance of using Wa or Wakoku , so that before and after 701 , a pair of Chinese characters , 日本 , ( meaning of ' the land from the sun-rise ) came to be used .
en However , nothing about the Yamatai Kingdom or Himiko was described in the Nihon-shoki ( the oldest chronicles of Japan ) nor the Kojiki ( The Records of Ancient Matters ) compiled during the early eighth century .