The Taira clan sank into the sea and perished in the Battle of Dan-no-ura. People regarded the earthquake as the curse of the Taira clan.
It is founded as Tokyo Shokonsha.
The day is the 34,000th day anniversary of the US Declaration of Independence.
The day is June 29 in the Japanese calendar and is the 100th anniversary of the expulsion of British colonial administrator Sir Francis Bernard.
The day is also the 100th anniversary of the first expedition to reach the site of present-day San Diego.
Those sophisticated puns above are just like the Japanese imperial clan's favorite games. They are highly probably part of the clan's conspiracy including the US Declaration of Independence.
On June 4, 1879, Tokyo Shokonsha is renamed Yasukuni.
Probably the renaming celebrates Kamo no Mabuchi, a Japanese poet and philologist of the Edo period.
The day is the 40,000th day anniversary of the death of Kamo no Mabuchi.
At that time, Mizuho Kamono, one of the descendants of Kamo no Mabuchi, is in an influential position over Yasukuni Shrine. He is a naval officer and the Navy provides budget to the shrine.
On February 17, 1891, Mizuho Kamono becomes the Chief priest of the Yasuni shrine.
It is dropped by the United States B-29 Enola Gay. Around 70,000 people are killed instantly.
The torrential rain on August 1 and the Heavy rains and debris on August 6 were the conspiracy of the Japanese government in which the two rainfall disasters were synchronized with the past samurai incidents in 1333. The Japanese government celebrated the new prime minister on the one hand while they bullied the region of ethnic minorities on the other.
Ban Ki-moon is the first UN chief to attend the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Ceremony.