300 tsubo; beside; third person; close; near; first; odd bit; low class female servant; proximity; odd sum; tip; besides; beginning; least; vicinity; ; scrap; point; while; start; line termination; fraction; six ken; for haori: at least 7.27 m in length; for other clothes: at least 6.06 m in length; variable measure of fabric; margin; loose change; for kimonos: at least 10 m in length; edge; odds and ends; end
en The Sanjobodomondono of the fourth shogun Yoshimochi ASHIKAGA had two kaisho of Higashi gokaisho ( Hashi gokaisho ) , which existed before it became the gosho of Yoshimochi , and Oku gokaisho built in 1429 .
ja 歯科 医療 に 用い る 印象 材 の 一 つ に 寒天 印象 材 が あ る 。
en The agar material offers the excellent elasticity needed to reproduce details , but it 's inferior in dimensional stability so that it swells by absorbing moisture and contracts due to evaporation when exposed to the air for a prolonged period of time .
en Though it is never performed nowadays , there is a scene at the beginning of this act , which is called ' Yuki kokashi , ' ( rolling snow ) in which Yuranosuke appears together with a nakai and a hokan while rolling a big snow ball .
en Tenman-jinja Shrine is located on the southern tip of the village of Obara , in the hills halfway down the Ossaka-kaido Road ( National Route 166 ) which connects Ouda and Sakurai through the Meyori-toge Pass .
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 Prince Takechi gave a right answer and received three pieces of Kinu of Shinso ( Japanese-alder dyed ) , two pieces of Hakama of Japanese brocade , 20 pieces of thick silk fabric , 50 kins of yarn , 100 kins of cotton and 100 pieces of cloth .
en In Sakyo Ward the independent town names which are not prefixed by broader regional names are found along the south-western border , east of Kamo-gawa River , and north and south of Nijo-dori Street .
ja ホーム は 3 面 2 線 の 頭端 式 ホーム 。
en Three toothed platforms serving two tracks are provided , with each end of the three platforms connected to generate a spacious expanse .
en However , Tomiko HINO supported her nephew Yoshiki , and after the death of Yoshimasa the following year , in 1490 , Yoshiki was chosen to be the tenth shogun on , among others , the condition of Yoshimi becoming a monk .
en At that instance , their conflict was calmed down by the intercession of the people around them , but in June 1205 , the Shigetada HATAKEYAMA War broke out , triggered by this discussion between Shigeyasu and Tomomasa , and Shigetada HATAKEYAMA and Shigeyasu HATAKEYAMA , father and son , were subdued as they were suspected to be conceiving an uprising .
en In opposition to this , Takakuni HOSOKAWA dispatched a kenminsen with an expired Emperor Hongzhi kangofu via the South China Sea on which Zuisa RANKO served as seishi and Sokei ( Shuko ) SO as fukushi ( vice-envoy ) .
en There were many outstanding disciples called ' Gazan niju-go tetsu ' ( 25 hoshi ( a successor to an abbacy ) of Gazan ) , and he had Taigen Soshin , Tsugen Jakurei , Mutan Sokan , Daitetsu Soryo and Jippo Ryoshu open sub temples , with the five of them rotating as the chief priest of Soji-ji Temple .
en His Azana ( courtesy name used by the scholars and the literati of Japan to lend an academic , cultured feel to the name ) is Koei and Tanin is his Go ( second name or alias ) , but , in addition to that , he has other Gos as Ogu , Usen , Ryokusetushooku .
ja 義視 の 死後 、 義材 も 父 の 遺志 を 継 ぎ 富子 に 反発 。
en After Yoshimi 's death , Yoshiki also rebelled against Tomiko , following his late father 's will .
en The remains of Awajimaru ( Kuruwa ) , in which the residence of the Fuse clan used to be , are located independently at the east edge of the Kannonji-jo Castle site , and the direction is regarded as Kimon ( the northeastern [ unlucky ] direction ) .
en The term " Iwakura " ( rock-seat ) refers to boulders or mountains in which a god is enshrined or alternatively--and in particular when termed an " Iwasaka " ( border-rock ) --to the boulders or mountains that form the borders either of shrines or of the Tokoyo ( the spirit realm ) .
en " Motanshichinsho " ( The Motan Collection ) and " Hogoura no sho " ( Notes on the Back of Used Papers ) were included in " Zenchikushu " ( Collection of Zenchiku works ) which was published in 1915 and revised and annotated by Togo YOSHIDA , and Zenpo 's authored books were published relatively early .
en In August of the next year , 1205 , Makishi Incident occurred from the quarrel between Tomomasa and Shigeyasu HATAKEYAMA , and Tokimasa HOJO , Tomomasa 's father-in-law , was expelled from the bakufu .