300 tsubo; third person; close; near; first; odd bit; proximity; besides; beginning; least; vicinity; scrap; while; line termination; six ken; variable measure of fabric; for kimonos: at least 10 m in length; odds and ends
en However , its effectiveness is unclear as maintenance of the seedling supply system is ongoing ( the plan is to increase the supply of low-pollen Japanese cedar seedlings to approximately 11 million by the year 2017 ) and forest owners find it difficult to consider felling or transplantation due to the low price of cedar wood .
en Its shape lacked okumi and had the end sleeves taken from the sleeves of hitoe as mentioned earlier , having a similar shape as the okatabira of the buke in ( 2 ) , thus having possibly been derived from it .
en Her brothers included TACHIBANA no Kinmune , TACHIBANA no Kintane ( 公胤 ) , TACHIBANA no Kimimoro ( 公諸 ) , TACHIBANA no Kimisai ( 公材 ) , TACHIBANA no Kimihiko ( 公彦 ) , TACHIBANA no Kimiyori , and TACHIBANA no Kinyasu .
en Because Ecchu fundoshi on the market have a tag , which shows the brand of the maker , attached to the waist string part , the purchasers of Ecchu fundoshi on the market are supposed not to mistake the front and back sides of Ecchu fundoshi , unlike the users of the home-sewed Ecchu fundoshi ( The front of Ecchu fundoshi is the side on which the turn-ups around the edge of the maedare are inside . )
en Although Satsuma-age as an ingredient was generally called ' hanpen , ' recent influences from TV and nation-wide convenience stores have caused differentiation between Satsuma-age and hanpen , though to a small extent , and the name ' Kanto ni ' has been replaced with ' Oden . '
en Therefore , it represents something different from iwakura , because ' saka ' is the border marking the sacred realm , and the Chinese character ' magaki ' used in himorogi ( primitive shrine ) also means border in the form of a fence , and the basis of forbidden land implies a border marking the ' sacred realm ' or a border between ' the eternal realm and this world . '
en Japan 's Asuka period wooden Buddhas and giraku masks were almost without exception made from the wood of Japan 's indigenous camphor tree and the fact that the Koryu-ji Temple statue is the only example in Japan of a piece made from red pine became the basis of the theory that it came from the Korean Peninsula .
en Mochi and cooked rice were placed on the altars of deities as offerings in the evening of New Year 's Eve , and they were taken down before dawn the next day and simmered with other ingredients to prepare a soup , which is believed to have been the origin of zoni .
en Make ' hane ' by folding the longer tare in byobu-datami ( accordion fold ) , fasten the another tare at the center of ' hane , ' insert the rest into the obi fastened around the body , arrange the shape and move the knot to the back .
en Not only for the purpose of roof material , Kawara tiles are also used as wall materials , such as ' Namakokabe ' ( a wall with square tiles jointed with raised plaster ) and ' Neribei ' ( daub wall ) , on which tiles or stones are put and fixed with clay , and sometimes used as tiles on a stylobate of temples and as a part of drainage canals .