en It is said to have originated when the 18-meter tall Mandoro Lantern , made of bamboo in the shape of a fish was lit with the sacred flame brought from Atago-jinja Shrine on Mt . Atago ( Maizuru City ) , put in the Isatsu River , and rotated to appease the wrath of the sea god .
en The premises occupied a vast area of approx . 436meters ( or approx . 873meters according to one theory ) that were surrounded by Rokujo-oji Street on the south side , by Rokujo Bomon-koji Street on the north side , by Higashi Kyogoku-oji Street on the east side and by Madeno-koji Street on the west side , and it is said that he built a garden imitating a landscape of Shiogama , Mutsu Province , and enjoyed making salt with a baking method from 30-koku ( approx . 180 litters / koku ) seawater brought from Amagasaki every month .
ja 9 月 2 日 、 新 古今 和歌集 を 京 より 運 ば せ る 。
en On October 22 , he ordered Shinkokin Wakashu ( New Collection of Ancient and Modern Japanese Poetry ) from Kyoto .
en Seen head-on , the lights on both sides are illuminated : Rapid Express , Commuter Limited Express , Limited Nissei Express , Limited Express ( including group trains , deadhead trains and trial-run trains ) .
en Therefore , they introduced ' nenryo shomai ' ( rice made by pounding it in a mortar and paid in kind for the taxes ) and ' nenryo betsuryo sokoku ' ( denso stored in shoso separately from fudokoku to supply in case of central government 's financial difficulties ) that could bring them extra eito , and ' nenryo soshomai ' ( tax payment in milled rice ) that could cover tairomai ( rice given to low-ranking staff under the Ritsuryo system ) with eito of shozei , accordingly , a large amount of shozei brought in the central government .
en In response to the increased financial demand , many financial-related shishoku were created , such as Takushishi ( a post of supervising domestic products and financial works ) , Entetsushi ( al post of managing salt and iron monopoly ) , Soyoshi ( director general of finance ) , Tenunshi ( regional official of transport ) and Suirikuunshi ( a post of managing transportation ) .
en According to " Shinyo Wakashu " ( Collection of Japanese Poetry ) and a private edition of poems , " Rikashu , " it became apparent he joined the battles in Kozuke and Musashi Provinces , and even went to Suruga Province ( Shizuoka Prefecture ) and Kai Province ( Yamanashi Prefecture ) .
en According to water transport records , it was true that lots of fresh fishes as well as dried fishes were distributed widely in the areas from Tohoku to Kyushu , and they were mostly transported from coastal areas to inner parts of the nation .
en The term ' sutate ' ( 簀立 ) which was stated to be another name of ' soy-sauce ' in " Nippo jisho " was referred in " Unpoiroha-shu dictionary , " the old dictionary established in 1548 , as ' 簀立 スタテ 味噌汁立簀取之也 . '
en However , because Saicho mainly studied the Tendai Doctrine but did not do so with Mikkyo , Mikkyo was introduced more properly by Kukai ( Kobo-daishi ) , who studied it at Shoryuji Temple , Qinglongsi Temple ( the basis of Chinese Mikkyo ) , Engyo , Ennin ( Jikaku Daishi ) , Eun , Enchin ( Chisho Daishi ) and Shuei .
ja その 首 は 平安 京 へ 運 ば れ 、 晒し首 と な る 。
en His head was transported to Heian-kyo , and it was put on public display .
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