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en But the coins in circulation were insufficient , leading to the circulation of both privately minted and bad currency ( which contained less than the full amount of copper ) , which prompted the bakufu to issue a series of laws singling out low-quality coins and banning them from use ; the bakufu also set an exchange rate between the different currencies in circulation .
en But , the María Luz Incident or the Taiwan expedition increased the necessity of the ratification , so Taneomi SOEJIMA , a Chief of Foreign Ministry who had visited Qing to deal with the sequential issues exchanged the instruments of ratification which came into effect on April 30 , 1873 .
en In October , Tokugawa and Hojo made peace , and as a condition for the peace , they decided to exchange Numata City , Kozuke Province of the Sanada clan and Saku County , Shinano Province conquered by the Hojo clan .
en Exchange for the new bank note ( Meiji Tsuho ) issued in 1871 was started , and when the regulation of Kinsatsu exchange government securities was issued on March 30 , 1873 , Minbusho-satsu and Dajokan-satsu were renovated in exchange for the public bond bearing 6 % interest a year as a general rule , they were started to be collected properly .
en Although Toshimichi OKUBO gained the initiative , rooting out pro-Seikanron members during Meiji roku-nen no Seihen ( Coups of 1873 ) , Emperor Meiji 's pronouncement of that time was that Japan postponed ( not abandoned ) dispatching troops to Korea due to a border dispute with Russia , which left a strong possibility for reigniting demand from pro-Seikanron once the border with Russia was determined ( The Treaty of Saint Petersburg was signed on May 7 , 1875 . )
en According to a tradition , Juni-jinja Shrine 's current land of Sagizuka-ike Pond in Takenouchi village , was exchanged with that of Yatsugi-jinja Shrine which enshrines the ubusunagami ( guardian deity of one 's birthplace ) of Otogi village during the Edo period .
en Keicho koban ( oval gold coin ) and keicho chogin ( oval silver coin ) , which can be considered as ryogoku kahei issued by Ieyasu TOKUGAWA , eventually established their position as an official currency cast by the government for the unification of the whole country , but were not made sufficiently available in the chiho ( regions ) because a large amount of Keicho gold and silver flowed out to foreign countries , failing in the nation-wide currency unification , and therefore , ryogoku kahei such as chiho hallmark silver issued by silver mines at various places , were still used in parallel , serving to fill the shortage of Keicho gold and silver , silently allowed to circulate , and used by daimyo ( Japanese feudal lords ) of various provinces also as a means to exchange with Keicho gold coins , the central currency at the time of Sankin-kotai ( daimyo 's alternate-year residence in Edo ) .
en Visitors pass through a tatami mat room from which the five-needle white pine in the Bankan-en Garden can be seen and are able to exchange a maccha tea coupon that is distributed at the entrance for a cup of maccha tea and a traditional Japanese snack .
en Should the inside of lavatory basin be clogged and should the clog not be cleared easily , the basin itself can be removed by loosening the screws fixed on the water-supply pipe and floor , so it is rare that the basin must be replaced .
en He gained more territories as a reward for the Battle of Dewa in the Keicho era , which was associated with the Battle of Sekigahara , gained the current whole Yamagata Prefecture and Yurihonjo City , Akita Prefecture ( which were replaced by Ogachi County and Hiraka County by agreement with the Satake clan in 1602 ) , became Daidaimyo ( a feudal lord having a greater stipend ) with a total fief of 570,000 koku ( the actual yield was considered 1,000,000 koku ) and reached the high watermark again .
en The telephone exchange section at the Maritime Self-Defense Force Maizuru District Headquarters ( telephone number : 0773-62-2250 ) : select " a public relations officer " following the audio guidance .
en When the Treaty of Amity and Commerce between the United States and Japan was concluded in 1858 , the fact that about 8.6-gram ichibu-gin was coincidentally equivalent to around one fourth ryo in weight , which was worth of one fourth ryo of silver at face value , provided Townsend Harris with the excuse of insisting unfavorable exchange rate for Japan that three ichibu-gin coins changed one-dollar silver coin which was about three fourth weight of Chinese one ryo of silver and led koban flow out .
en Also , branch libraries comprise a network centered around the main libraries of the NDL ; they exchange materials published by agencies , lend the materials and collectively provide joint training for librarians .
en In compliance with the law , the gambling is for prizes rather than money and , since ' yugi ' ( the games ) are based on archery , which is a skill , they are written with the characters for ' play ' and ' skill ' rather than the usual ' play ' and ' fun ' and classified differently from the ' tomikuji , ' which is a lottery based on pure chance .