en Kocho-Junisen are considered to have been issued for the purpose of setting Japan 's currency system in order by modeling the example of the Kaigen-tsuho of the Tang dynasty of China and also for the purpose of raising funds to cover huge costs required for transferring the national capital to Heijo with margins of profit from the value of currency and the original value of copper material .
en Yet it is thought that the ceremony for transfer of Fudokoku did exist although there was no existence of real warehouse until the period of the Northern and Southern Courts in which the provincial governor system still existed .
en Due to these situations , Fujiwara Shikike had been subordinate to the so-called Fujiwara Nanke ( Southern House of the Fujiwara clan ) led by FUJIWARA no Toyonari and FUJIWARA no Nakamaro , as well as the Fujiwara Hokke ( Northern House of the Fujiwara clan ) led by FUJIWARA no Nagate , during the eras of Emperor Koken and Emperor Shotoku .
en However , it was also explained that the envoys were not dispatched , because gishi actions ( the actions in which shugo daimyo or kokujin negotiated with the Korean side using the name of shogun without getting permission ) were rampant and because such a mission became unnecessary since trade between the two nations had became sluggish .
en As a gratitude to Sanetomo 's sending a branch of plum flower , he made a poem : " Gladness and the fragrance are filling my sleeves too much . The first flower of the plum tree was taken off for my sake " .
en Yoshihiro said that he remained grateful for the deep favor the shogunal family had bestowed on him , but also listed his own accomplishments in the battles in Kyushu joining forces with Ryoshun IMAGAWA , in the Meitoku rebellion , in unifying the Southern and Northern Courts , and in the annihilation of the Shoni family before pointing out his dissatisfaction that despite these deeds , the Ashikaga family was trying to remove Izumi and Kii Provinces from his governance , and the fact that his nephew , the son of his younger brother Mitsuhiro - who had died in battle during the recent campaign against the Shoni family - had received no reward for his father 's service .
ja はじめ 号 ( 称号 ) は 文朝 ・ 師陵 、 後 に 文晁 と し 字 も 兼ね た 。
en At the first time , his go ( second names ) were Buncho and Siryo , and then he changed his go to Buncho which was also used as his azana ( pseudonym )
en The Retired Emperor Gosaga appointed Emperor Kameyama 's Prince ( later called Emperor Gouda ) as Crown Prince , instead of appointing Emperor Gofukakusa 's Prince , and this caused a conflict between what it 's called the Jimyo-in Imperial line ( Emperor Gofukakusa 's line ) and the Daikaku-ji Imperial line ( Emperor Kameyama 's line ) in later years , it also caused the big battle during the period of the Northern and Southern Courts ( Japan ) and even the post Southern Court .
en Kakimon-in ( dates of birth and death unknown ) was Nyoin ( a title of respect given to close female relatives of the Emperor ) and a female waka poet in the period of the Northern and Southern Courts ( Japan ) .
en The three roads appear in the articles of the " Nihon Shoki " about battles at Jinshin War in the Nara Basin , which means the roads had already been constructed before the era of the Emperor Tenmu .
en According to Takeuchi monjo , the present reigning line starting from Emperor Jinmu is called ' Kamuyamato-cho ' and it is said that , before that , there were ' joko ( ancient times ) twenty-five eras ' ( or , ' koto - imperial line - twenty-five eras ' ) followed by ' seventy-three eras of the Ugaya Fukiaezu Dynasty ' ( the seventy-third emperor was Emperor Jinmu ) and even before these there were ' seven Tenjin eras . '