uji

existence, flow, time
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uji

any of the hereditary lineage groups that, until their official abolition in 604, formed the basic, decentralized ruling structure of early Japan. ... [3 related articles]
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Uji

city, Kyto fu (urban prefecture), west-central Honshu, Japan. It lies along the Uji River in the southeastern corner of the Kyto Basin. It developed ...
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Uji

Uji (OO'jē) , town (1990 pop. 177,010), Kyoto prefecture, S Honshu, Japan. It is a resort and is noted for its green tea and for cormorant fishing. Uji is best known for its 11th-century monastery, Byodo-in, with its beautiful pavilion, Phoenix Hall.
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Uji

Clan, family
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Uji

[clan] Uji were similar to the traditional Japanese clans; however, the pre-Taika uji did not have many of the characteristics which are commonly understood to be part of Japanese clans. For example, the Nakatomi clan and the Fujiwara clan were each uji. The uji was not only a social, economic and political unit. It also had religious signi
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