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
It was initially called toshokuryo / tsukiryo and it is said that either ONO no Yoshiki ( 880 ) ( " Kokin Wakashu Mokuroku " ( a list of Kokin Wakashu - A Collection of Ancient and Modern Japanese Poetry ) , TACHIBANA no Toshimichi ( 932 ) or SUGAWARA no Fumitoki ( three year later ) ( Fujiwara no Tamekane 's letter compiled in " Choya gunsai " - Collected Official and Unofficial Writings ) was the first recipient .
Therefore , the following cases increased gradually : Chestnut tress in the headwaters area of the Yura-gawa River , where trees grew abundantly , were cut and made into railroad ties and then floated down the Yura-gaawa River to Wachi either as individual pieces or as rafts .
写本 と し て は 、 蓮如 本 ・ 端 の 坊 永 正本 など が あ る 。
As for the manuscripts , there remain Rennyo-bon , Hashinobo Eisho-bon , and so on .
子 に 第 10 代 将軍 と な っ た 足利 義材 ( 足利 義稙 ) 。
His son was Yoshiki ASHIKAGA ( Yoshitane ASHIKAGA ) who became the tenth shogun .
Another painting that shows the everyday life of people at that time ( the first fan of " hokekyo " vol . 7 ) features women gathering around a well , with a village woman without an uchigi and carrying a wooden bucket on her head , leading her naked child by the hand , and another woman dressed for travel in an uchigi , quenching her thirst by drinking from the well bucket .
Additionally , in the Kanto region including Tokyo , deep-fried spaghetti flavored with salt and pepper ( soy sauce ) only and without ketchup is sometimes called ' Italian , ' which is also a dish unique to Japan and not seen in Italy .
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 ) .
Nijo-jo Castle is located over an area that straddles the southeast corner of what used to be the Greater Imperial Palace of Heiankyo and the Emperor 's garden , Shinsen 'en , which was to the south of it .
Since the half part of the mark ' Shinryu ' ( Tang ) , which was used for a tally impression , remains on one of its edges , it is also called the Shinryuhanin-bon ( Copybook of calligraphy with the half seal of the God and Dragon ) .
The demonstration march was held after obtaining permission of the Kyoto Prefecture Public Safety Commission , with the conditions that " the marching shall be in fours " and " the marching shall proceed on the eastern side of the carriageway . "
The statue was carved from a block of cherry wood.
As yorishiro that occur in nature , boulders and mountains ( like holy Mt . Fuji ) as well as seas and rivers are both places that the gods come to dwell and barriers between the spirit realm and the current ( physical ) world , and the " gi " from himorogi also means " fence " , much as iwakura can also be called " iwasaka " ( where " saka " means " border " ) ; all these terms express the idea of the spritual boundary around a Shinto shrine .
The first one stemmed from territorial issue of Numata territory due to reconciliation of the Tokugawa clan and Hojo clan , and it can be considered as a territorial battle ( ego battle ) between the Tokugawa clan who requested the hand over of the Numata territory and the Sanada clan who rejected it .