Wikipedia:Japanese Wikipedians' notice board/Complete to-do

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People[edit]

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Prince Toneri of Japan, Fujiwara no Tsugutada, Luis Frois, Alessandro Valignano, Murata Shuko, Hosokawa Katsumoto, Hojo Masako, Unkei, Sesshu, Saigyo, Kamo no Chomei, Soga no Umako, Honen, Shinran, Eisai, Dogen, Nichiren, Ikkyu Sojun, Rennyo, Minamoto no Yoshinaka, Taira no Masakado, Fujiwara no Nakamaro, Nagaya, Prince, Sakaguchi Ango, Murata Shuko, Otomo no Tabito, Yamabe no Akahito, Fukushima Masanori, Sugawara no Michizane, Fujiwara no Kamatari, Amakazu Kagemochi, Amakusa Shiro, Arahata Kanson, Araki Sadao, Ashikaga Yoshikazu, Charles Wirgman, Chikamatsu Monzaemon, En no Gyoja, Fujii Sadakazu, Fukuda Eiko, Hideyo Noguchi, Hiro Yamagata, Hirofumi Nakasone, Hirohisa Fujii, Hiroshi Abe (astronomer), Kazuo Watanabe, Ki no Tomonori, Kuwata Keisuke, Machiko Hasegawa; Fujiwara no Michitaka, Fujiwara no Kaneie

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Gramatically, factually, style ...

Fujiwara no Fuhito, Yosa Buson (haiku poet), Hiroshi Yamauchi, Ishikawa Takuboku, Ki no Tsurayuki, Kyoka Izumi, Arishima Takeo, Ashida Hitoshi, Ashikaga Yoshikatsu, Ishida Mitsunari, Motoori Norinaga, Ashikaga Yoshimochi

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Redirects needed: Names where a person is referred to mostly by their penname or given name, and names where a person is known by both Clan Name - no - Given Name, and Clan Name - Given Name, such as Fujiwara Teika redirected to the Wikipedia article Fujiwara no Teika (and redirects should also be made for Teika, Fujiwara no Sadaie and Sadaie)

Politics, Law, Government, Institutions and organisations[edit]

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Prefectural Board of Education; School Education Law;

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Airport Development Law (空港整備法); Fundamental Law of Education, Kyoto National Museum; Nara National Museum; National Council on Educational Reform; House of Representatives of Japan, House of Councillors, National Diet Library, Hokkaido University, Osaka University, Nagoya University, Nihon University, Daito Bunka University, Kadokawa Shoten, Tokyo National Museum University Control Law

Places[edit]

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Muko River Ina River (Japan) Takanashi River

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Geographical features[edit]

Abukuma River; Yoshino River

Prefetures and subprefectures[edit]

Abashiri subprefecture Aichi prefecture Aomori prefecture

Places[edit]

Aba, Okayama; Abashiri, Hokkaido; Abeno Plain; Abe River; Abenobashi Magical Shopping District; Abiko, Chiba; Abu District, Yamaguchi; Abu, Yamaguchi; Adachi, Tokyo; Adogawa, Shiga; Agawa District, Kochi; Agawa, Kochi; Age; Age District, Mie; Agedashi tofu; Agemono nabe; Ageo, Saitama; Ago, Mie; Agui, Aichi; Aguni, Okinawa; Aichi District, Aichi; Aichi Kokuki KK; Aichi M6A; Aida District, Okayama; Aida, Okayama; Aimi, Tottori; Aio, Yamaguchi; Aioi; Aioi, Tokushima; Aira District, Kagoshima; Aira, Kagoshima; Aito, Shiga; Aizu; Aizumi, Tokushima; Aizuwakamatsu; Aji, Kagawa; Ajimu, Oita; Ajisu, Yamaguchi; Aka, Fukuoka; Akabira; Akagi; Akagi, Shimane; Akaike, Fukuoka; Akaiwa District, Okayama; Akan National Park; Akan, Hokkaido; Akaoka, Kochi; Akasaka, Okayama; Akasaki, Tottori; Akasegawa Genpei; Akashi; Akashi Mountains; Akashi Morishige; Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge,Akechi, Gifu; Akehama, Ehime; Aki District, Kochi; Aki District, Hiroshima; Aki Province; Aki, Kochi; Aki, Oita; Akihabara; Akihabara Station; Akiruno, Tokyo; Akishima, Tokyo; Akita; Akita prefecture; Akita, Akita; Akitsu, Hiroshima; Ako; Ako District, Hyogo; Akune, Kagoshima; Ama District, Aichi; Ama, Shimane; Amagasaki; Amagase, Oita; Amagi, Fukuoka; Amakusa; Amakusa District, Kumamoto; Amakusa, Kumamoto; Amata District, Kyoto; Amerikamura; Anabuki, Tokushima; Anan, Tokushima; Ando, Nara; Annaka; Ano, Mie; Anpachi District, Gifu; Anpachi, Gifu; Aoimori Railway; Aogaki, Hyogo; Aomori; Aoya, Tottori; Aoyama, Mie; Arai, Shizuoka; Arakawa, Tokyo; Arao, Kumamoto; Arashiyama; Ariake, Kagoshima; Ariake, Kumamoto; Ariake, Saga; Arida District, Wakayama; Arida, Wakayama; Arisaka; Arita, Saga; Asa District, Yamaguchi; Asaba, Shizuoka; Asagiri, Kumamoto; Asago District, Hyogo; Asago, Hyogo; Asahi, Aichi; Asahi, Chiba; Asahi, Gifu; Asahi, Mie; Asahi, Niigata; Asahi, Okayama; Asahi, Shimane; Asahi, Yamagata (Murayama); Asahi, Yamagata (Tagawa); Asahi, Yamaguchi; Asahikawa; Asahikawa Airport; Asaji, Oita; Asaka Yasuhiko; Asaka, Saitama; Asakuchi District, Okayama; Asakura District, Fukuoka; Asakura, Ehime; Asakura, Fukuoka; Asakusa; Ashibetsu; Ashikaga, Tochigi; Ashikita District, Kumamoto; Ashikita, Kumamoto; Ashiya; Ashiya, Fukuoka; Aso District, Kumamoto; Aso, Kumamoto; Asuka, Nara,; Asuke, Aichi; Atami; Atetsu District, Okayama; Ato, Yamaguchi; Atsugi, Kanagawa; Atsumi District, Aichi; Atsumi, Aichi; Awa District, Tokushima; Awa Province; Awa Province (Chiba); Awa Province (Tokushima); Awa, Tokushima; Awaji Island; Awaji Province; Awaji, Hyogo; Aya, Miyazaki; Ayabe; Ayakami, Kagawa; Ayama District, Mie; Ayama, Mie; Ayase, Kanagawa; Ayauta District, Kagawa; Ayauta, Kagawa; Azai, Shiga; Azuchi, Shiga; Azuma; Azuma, Gunma (Agatsuma); Azuma, Gunma (Sawa); Azuma, Gunma (Seta); Azuma, Kagoshima; Ojiya, Niigata; Nagaoka, Niigata; Sado Province Sado, Niigata

Events[edit]

Culture, Art and Religion[edit]

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Temples and shrines mentioned in the article Japanese art: Tamamushi Shrine (in Hōryū-ji); Muro-ji; Shokoku-ji; Chishaku-in;

Articles on national treasures: Important Cultural Property; Cultural Properties Protection Act; mukei bunkazai; National Storehouse for Fine Arts

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Onmyodo; Kōzan-ji; Myoshin-ji; ningen kokuho; Agency for Cultural Affairs; Buraiha; dogu (clay figurines); dotaku (bronze bells);

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Kabuki, Japanese philosophy

Infrastructure and Transport[edit]

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History of Japanese Railways; some airports: see List of airports in Japan

History[edit]

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Ashikaga gakko; United States Education Mission (part of the occupation government)

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terakoya

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