en As he was assigned to support the Crown Prince Shomu ( later the Emperor Shomu ) with the Imperial Prince Toneri at the imperial funeral of the Emperor Monmu in 707 , the number of Central Secretariat officers , Royal attendants and guards of both the imperial princes were increased .
ja 元正 天皇 、 文武 天皇 の 姉妹 。
en The sister of Empress Gensho and Emperor Monmu .
en He is so well-known as a warrior that there are not so many episodes of him as a master of tea ceremony , but judging from the gardens he made on the premises of Tokushima-jo Castle and Nagoya-jo Castle , and from the excellent hand-made tea utensils including bamboo tea scoops and tea bowls , it seems that he was good at both the literary and military arts .
en In the reign of Emperor Monmu , he was promoted to the Daijo-daijin ( Grand minister of state ) because of his great work in the establishment of the Taiho Ritsuryo ( Taiho Code ) , but he died in 705 .
en Empress Jito has abdicated the throne in favor of her grandson Emperor Monmu ; during his reign , the establishment of Ritsuryo Code , which was to become the culmination of the reform since the time of the emperors Tenmu and Jito , was implemented , and it came to a realization in the form of Taiho Code in 701 .
en In 1615 , Ieyasu TOKUGAWA had Suden and other scholars draft the Buke Shohatto which consisted of articles to which daimyo ( feudal lords ) should adhere including the encouragement of the literary and military arts and the prohibition of the construction of new castles .
en However , Masakado was busy dealing with the enemy forces and he was avenged the following year so the political aim is unclear but he established the ruling organization by assigning Bunbu Hyakkan such as Zuryo ( the head of the provincial governors ) in various districts in his own accord .
en Although King Munmu dispatched a messenger of apology in February 675 to temporarily create peace , he continued small-scaled battles and gave heavy damages to Tang 's army in 伎伐浦 ( 長項 , Seocheon County , North Chungcheong Province ) at the mouth of 白江河 River in November 676 , and as a result , Tang finally gave up punitive invasion into Silla and conquest of the peninsula .
en He was promoted to Jyusenshi no Kami ( a director of the Mint ) in 699 , and to Sadaiben ( Controller of the Left ) in 705 , and to Jingikan ( officer of the institution for dedicating to religeous ceremony ) and Chunagon ( Minor Councillor ) in 708 .
en At this time , the way of imperial succession was to change from the form of elder brother to little brother succession to the form of father to son succession , and when the practice of succession between the direct line male children , from Tenmu to Kusakabe , Monmu , and Shomu , had faced with difficulties due to a series of young successors ' deaths , it was sustained by the substitutional empresses , Jito , Genmei , and Gensho .
en He was engaged in the compilation of books , including " Konin Kyakushiki " ( compilation of rules , regulations , and precedents ) , " Nihonkoki " ( Later Chronicle of Japan ) and " Dairishiki " ( Ceremonial Book of the Court ) , and he was active in diverse fields , including the literary and military arts .
en In " Shoku Nihongi " ( Chronicle of Japan Continued ) , there is an article dated December 30 , 698 , which says YAMASHIROBE no Oda , ranked " gon dai ni , " was honored with " jiki koshi " cap rank .
en This new code stated " the warriors should be encouraged to elevate their literary and military arts as well as loyalty to one 's master and filial piety , and should acquire their proper courtesy . "
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