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  Navy expedition of Abe no Hirafu   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Abe no Hirafu's expedition is the first reliable record of the conflict between the Yamato state and the Emishi.
This was Abe no Hirafu, the Governor of Koshi province.
Abe was appointed as the Rear General (Kou Shogun) of the Imperial Navy and fought the Shiragi and Tang in a naval engagement in 661.
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  Abe no Hirafu - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
He fought against the aboriginal inhabitants of Japan (called, at that time, ebisu, which basically means `barbarian').
Note that the early dates on this info means that everything is suspect (more than usual) and should be double and triple checked.
Abe no Hirafu might be the anscestor of one or more of the Abe clans, as well as the Ando and Akita clans.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Abe_no_Hirafu   (139 words)

  
 Encyclopedia of Japanese History
Abe Hirafu might be the anscestor of one or more of the Abe clans, as well as the Ando and Akita clans.
Abe Masatsugu was the eldest son of Masakatsu.
No firm dates can be assigned to this emperor or to his reign, but he is believed to have ruled the country during the early 6th century CE.
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 Battle of Hakusukinoe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The Battle of Hakusukinoe (白村江の戦い; Hakusukinoe no Tatakai), also known as Battle of Hakusonkou was a conflict between the Japan, in a response to the summon of aid by Baekje (Kudara), and the allied forces of Silla and Tang Dynasty of China.
The place is consdered as the lower reaches of Tongjin river in Jeollabuk-do of Korea.
Prince Naka no Ōe, later Emperor Tenji, agreed and dispatch the army led by Abe no Hirafu (阿倍比羅夫) to the Korean peninsula.
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 Kofun Culture
The date for the end of the Kofun Period is placed variously at 552 (the official date for the introduction of Buddhism) or 710 (the date of the move to the Heijo-kyo capital).
During the Early Kofun Period, China was badly divided and apparently of no significance to the developments in Japan.
Rice farming was established as the economic base in the previous period, and no significant new items are known to have been added during the Kofun Period, so the Kofun diet gets relatively little attention from archaeologists.
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 THE LATER RULERS
This winter the Palace of Asuka no Itabuki was burned, and the Empress therefore removed her residence to the Palace of Asuka no Kahara.
Abe no Omi was sent on an expedition with a fleet of 200 ships against the land of Su-shen.
Kunimi, Tahema no Mlabito, of Jiki-kw6-ichi rank, was appointed Grand Tutor of the Heir Apparent, Atomi, Michi no Mabito, of Jiki-kwo-san rank, was appointed Director of the Spring Palace, and Ahamochi, Kose no Ason, of Jiki-dai-shi rank, Assistant Director.
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 YourArt.com >> Encyclopedia >> Hokkaido   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The Nihonshoki is often said to be the first mention of Hokkaido in recorded history.
According to the text, Abe no Hirafu led a large navy and army to northern areas from 658 to 660 and came into contact with the Mishihase and Emishi.
One of the places Hirafu went to was called Watarishima, which is often believed to be present-day Hokkaido.
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 Abe no Hirafu: bio and encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
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 Of old, Heaven and Earth   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Long after,.Hiko-nagisa-take-u-gaya-fuki-ahezu no Mikoto died, in the palace of the western country, and was buried in the Misasagi on the top of Mount Ahira in Hiuga.
Nigi-haya-hi no -Mikoto, knowing from the first that the Heavenly deity had simply generously bestowed the Empire on the Heavenly Grandchild, and that in view of the perverse disposition of Naga-sune it would be useless to instruct him in the relation of Heaven to Man, put him to death.
At this time Ohotomo no Nagatoko no Muraji (his cognomen was Mumakahi), girt with a golden quiver, stood on the right hand of the throne, and Intigami no Takebe no Kimi, girt with a golden quiver, stood on the left hand of the throne.
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 Integral Personal Spirituality :: God, Buddha, Religion, Spirituality, from integral, open source, non-denominational ...
Hiuga no Orai was accordingly appointed Viceroy of Tsukushi.
Kose no Tokodako no Omi, of the Shoshi rank, was granted the rank of Daishi, and was made Oho-omi of the Left.
Takada no Nemaro and his colleagues, the Ambassadors sent to Great Thang, were drowned by the sinking of their ship in the Gate 1160 of Takashima, off the coast of Satsuma.
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 Baekje information - Search.com
According to Shoku Nihongi, Takano no Niigasa (高野新笠, ?–790), the birth mother of Emperor Kammu of Japan, was a pedigree of Muryeong of Baekje (462–523).
After Baekje's fall in 663, Japan sent the general Abe no Hirafu with twenty thousand troops and one thousand ships to revive Baekje with Buyeo Pung (known in Japanese as Hōshō), a son of Uija of Baekje who had been an emissary to Japan.
This attempt, however, failed at the battle of Baekgang, and the prince was slain.
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Two years later, in 663, a Japanese fleet and an army of 27,000, led by the generals Abe no Hirafu and Echi no Takatsu, were crushed by an overwhelming T’ang-Silla force at the naval-land battle of Paekchongang (Hakusukinoe or Hakusonkou in Japanese).
The Japanese general Echi no Takatsu was killed and the last king of Paekche fled to Koguryo (a Paekche ally since the end of the sixth-century).
While the Japanese of those eras may have had knowledge of horseback riding, there is no evidence that they were dependant on it or used it in warfare. The period of the Japanese campaigns in Korea is considered to have been the peak of Korean swordsmanship.
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 Time table of Sakhalin
This is Treaty of Shimoda and stipulates the following: Russia takes North Kurils and Japan South Kurils but there was no settlement about Sakhalin i.e.
On August 15, Japan accepted the declaration of Potsdam to end the war.
Feared that the cease-fire line becomes the definitive frontier (they advanced only 100 km in Sakhalin and even worse no Russian in Kuril islands), they continued to bombard Japanese towns and military positions, and even prepared to invade Hokkaido.
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 Abe no Hirafu - TheBestLinks.com - Japan, Japanese language, 661, 658, ...
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 The 235th and the 236th, the 241st, and 205th poem: None of these poems were composed for Imperial Family in Yamato
At this juncture for survival, they had to make the selection of new monarch which is at the head in front with keeping their connection with the past in Wa-state in alarm, and has to resort to some drastic measures by all means.
They have no plans at the mercy of their enemies, were in a revolting state.
Wakugo, Kamitsukenu no kimi, and Ohobuta, Hashibito no Muraji, Generals of the Front Division, Wosa, Kose no Kamusaki no Omi, and Nemaro Niwa no Kimi, generals of the Middle Division, and Hirafu Abe no Hikeda no Omi, and Kamatsuka.
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 Kodansha Encyclopedia of Japan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The chronicle Nihon shoki (720) and the 9th-century genealogy Shinsen shojiroku claim, improbably, the family's descent from the legendary 8th emperor Kogen.
Both the general Abe no Hirafu and the poet Abe no Nakamaro are said to have descended from this famous family.
A family claiming descent from a certain Abi (the pronunciation later changed to Abe), elder brother of the chieftain Nagasunehiko, who resisted the conquest of Yamato by the legendary emperor Jimmu.
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 Honshū   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Bangladeshs]] Java () is in a chain of islands with Kalimantan (Borneo) to the north, Sumatra to the northwest, Bali to the east, Sulawesi to the northeast and Christmas Island to the south.
Java is almost entirely of volcanic origin; and contains no fewer than thirty-eight mountains of that conical form, which indicates their having at one time or another been active volcanoes.
There is no record of the number of fatalities from these illnesses, but it is sufficient to say that the Kalapuya were greatly weakened by the time whites began to show up in numbers in the Willamette valley in the middle of the nineteenth century.
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 Telemark skiing feature story on telemarktips.com
We wait patiently for the right combination of recent light snow, daytime melting, and clear, cold nights to converge and finally, Takuya’s research on the rapid growth of near surface faceting is complete.
The Abe’s house clings to the south slope of a perfectly round volcano whose name is the Japanese word for circle, or coin.
There is no ski patrol, no avalanche control, and nobody to tell you where you can and cannot go.
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 Hokkaidou Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
It was once spoken in the Kurile Islands, the northern part of Honshu, and the southern half of Sakhalin.
Ainu is thought to be a language isolate with no known relation to other languages.
It is sometimes grouped with the Paleosiberian languages, but this is merely a cover term for several isolates and small language families believed to have been present in Siberia prior to the arrival of Turkic and Tungusic speakers; it is not a proper language family.
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 China History Forum, online chinese history forum > Korean History in a nutshell   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
No historical records from Balhae have survived, and the Liao left no histories of Balhae.
In September 1947, with no solution in sight, the United States submitted the Korean question to the UN General Assembly.
After Baekje's fall, in 663 Japan sent the general Abe no Hirafu with twenty thousand troops and one thousand ships to revive Baekje with Buyeo Pung, who was a son of King Uija and had been a hostage in Japan.
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 English dictionary of history and traditions in Japan: Abe no Hirafu - Asuka period
English dictionary of history and traditions in Japan: Abe no Hirafu - Asuka period
He was killed by marauding peasants but a legend says that he may have escaped and become priest Tenkai.
Containing few alcohol, children are allowed to drink it especially during Momo no sekku.
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 history and traditions in Japan: Abe no Hirafu - Arai Hakuseki
He was killed by marauding peasants but a legend says that he may have escaped and become priest Tenkai.
It is consumed after diluting with hot waters.
Containing few alcohol, children are allowed to drink it especially during Momo no sekku.
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 Wikinfo | Baekje
Many members of the Baekje nobility and royalty married into the Japanese imperial line, and a large number fled to Japan when the kingdom was overthrown.
The degree of intermarriage was publicly acknowledged by Emperor Akihito of Japan, who referred to Takano no Niigasa in his public statement that he was descended from Emperor Kammu, whose mother had a pedigree that traced back to King Muryeong of Baekje.
After Baekje's fall, in 663 Japan sent the general Abe no Hirafu with twenty thousand troops and one thousand ships to revive Baekje with Buyeo Pung, who was a son of King Uija and had been in Japan.
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 Dai Nippon Meisho Kagami
Each panel depicts a famous military and or political leader from Japan's past - with a few exceptions like the last print showing the goddess of sun.
Some of the characters are rather legendary like empress Jingu or Takenouchi Sukune (Takeuchi no Sukune), who allegedly became 280 years old.
Many of the heroic figures are from Japan's turmoiled times of the Genpei wars, when the powerful clans of the Fujiwara, Taira and Minamato fought for supremacy in Japan in the 12th century.
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 Holy Nihongi : Part 3
In contradistinction from the rest, the following six men, viz., Shihoya no Konoshiro, Kamikozo no Saigusa, Asakura no Kimi, Mariko no Muraji, Mikaba no Oho-tomo no Atabe and Suzuki wo no Atabe, have been obedient to the Emperor.
"A certain book says: 'No gold or silver, no silk brocades, and no colored stuffs are to be buried.' Again it is said: 'From the Ministers of all ranks down to the common people, it is not allowed to use gold or silver.
The commuted taxes and corvies [sic] of Anato were remitted for three years.
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 The 235th & 236th poem : None of Imperial Family
But, very little or no attention will be given to Ikazuchi hill (the hill of thunder) in Yamato.
And as soon as Kyushu Dynasty defeated, they announced an new augmentation and revision of the caps denoting themselves official rank.
4) In this poem, it is no longer household to live in people in Wa nor is clan to worshiped for Deity.
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 Timeline 600CE to 999CE
658 Hirafu Abe went to meet with the Ainu on Hokkaido after he had defeated an indigenous tribe called Emishi in the northeast region of Honshu.
They had no images but were inscribed with quotations from the Koran.
Construction of the city and temple complex known as Angkor Wat was begun.
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 Aibetsu, Hokkaido Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
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Authorities suspect suicide attacks by rebels from Chechnya to be the cause of the crashes.
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 Learnkendo.com :: View topic - from where did RICE come to Japan... ?
He traveled from Conjeeveram, near Madras (now Chennai), India, to Guangzhou (Canton), China in 520 CE, where he met the Liang-Dynasty (502-557) Emperor Wudi and had a famous exchange declaring that Good Deeds were useless (conferred no merit) for gaining Enlightenment.
He then went to a Monastery near Luoyang in Eastern China, and, according to Legend, spent nine years meditating before a Cliff Wall before accepting any Disciples.
The Nihon-Shoki is said to be the first mention of Hokkaido in Recorded History.
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