Shirakawa-tennō) (July 7, 1053 – July 24,1129) was the 72nd emperor of Japan, according to the traditional order of succession.He reigned from January 18, 1073 to January 5, 1087.
,Tenmu-tennō?) (c. 631 - October 1, 686) was the40th emperor of Japan, according to the traditional order of succession. He ruledfrom 672 until his death in 686.The
?) were hereditary titles used in ancient Japan to denote rank and politicalstanding. The
were divided into two general classes: those who claimed theywere descendants of the imperial line (kōbetsu (
?)), and those who claimed theywere descendants of the gods (shinbetsu (
,Soga no uji?) was one of the most powerful clans in YamatoJapan and played a major role in the spread of Buddhism in that country from Korea.The
,Taika no Kaishin?) were a set of doctrinesestablished by Emperor Kōtoku in the year 646. They were written shortly after thedeath of Prince Shōtoku, and the defeat of the Soga clan, which united Japan. CrownPrince Naka no Ōe (who would later reign as Emperor Tenji), Nakatomi no Kamatari,and Emperor Kōtoku jointly embarked on the details of the Reforms. Emperor Kōtokuthen took the name "Taika" (
), or "Great Reform".
The Taihō Code
or Code of Taihō (
,Taihō-ritsuryō?) was an administrativereorganization enacted in 701 in Japan, at the end of the Asuka period.A
,shōen?) was a field or manor in Japan. The Japanese termcomes from the Tang dynasty Chinese term zhuangyuan.
) es la oración o palabras dirigidas a deidades en el Sintoísmo. Nori-goto significa "palabras pronunciadas". Kotodama (
es la creencia de quelas palabras pueden acceder a la esfera espiritual y que la pronunciación de las palabrasinfluyen en la humanidad.The
,Taira-shi?) was a major Japanese clan in historical Japan.The Taira clan is often referred to as
, literally "Taira clan") or
,literally House of Taira ), using the character's Chinese reading hei.
?) was one of the honorary surnames bestowed by the Emperors of Japan of the Heian Period (794–1185 AD) on those of their sons and grandsons whowere not considered eligible for the throne. The Taira were another such offshoot of theimperial dynasty. The Minamoto clan was also called the
?), usingthe alternate pronunciation of the Chinese characters for Minamoto (gen) and uji, or family (ji).