en Musashi Sumigaki Koban is also called Musashi Sumiban , the same style koban as Suruga Sumigaki Koban , which has ' Musashi Ichiryo Mitsutsugu ( kao ) ' in ink , and it 's shape is oval with adjusted ryome by filled metal or oblong .
en It was also called Nagakoban due to its oblong shape , irregular and minute hammer tone of U shape cross section while ordinary Keicho Koban has straw matt tone of V shape cross section , and its ryome and gold carat followed that of Musashi Sumigaki Koban , being inherited by the early Keicho Koban later .
en Keicho-koban Suruga Sumigaki Koban / Suruga Bokusho Koban : ' 駿河京目壹两 ( written seal mark ) ' ( Suruga Kyome [ old Japanese unit of measure used around Kyoto ] One Ryo ) is written in Indian ink and it is said that Ieyasu TOKUGAWA or Kazuuji NAKAMURA , who was a vassal of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI , had it minted .
en After the establishment of kin-za , the Goto family only worked for appraising and approving of gold coins as Gokin Aratame-yaku ( inspector of gold coins ) at the official residence in Hongoku-cho and actual casting was performed by workmen called koban-shi .
en Gotoku-neko ( literally , tripod cat ) is one of Japanese yokai ( ghosts , spirits and monsters ) that was portrayed in Sekien TORIYAMA 's yokai art collection book : " Gazu Hyakki Tsurezure Bukuro " ( The Illustrated Bag of One Hundred Random Demons ; the term ' hyakki ' in its title is a pun on the usual hyakki , replacing the character for demon which is written as " 鬼 " in Japanese with a character for vessel written as " 器 , " and sure enough , most of the yokais shown in this book are tsukumogami [ a type of Japanese spirits that originate in items or artifacts that have reached their 100th birthday and become alive ] ) .
ja 2006 年 、 究香 ( み ねこ ) と 改名 。
en She changed her kanji character to 究香 ( Mineko ) in 2006 .
en It is described that she was a daughter of Wakatakehiko no Mikoto ( prince of Emperor Korei ) , the founder of Kibi and other clans , and the mother of Kushitsunowake no Miko , Oousu no Mikoto , Yamato Takeru no Mikoto , Yamatoneko no Mikoto , and Kamukushi no Miko .
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