Inunekonaka Festival 2019 - Let's gather at the Animal Protection Week
The dynastic family or lineage may be known as a "noble house", which may be styled as "royal", "princely", "ducal", "comital" etc., depending upon the chief or present title borne by its members.
Historians periodize the histories of numerous nations and civilizations, such as Ancient Egypt (3100–30 BC ) and Imperial China (221 BC –AD 1912), using a framework of successive dynasties. As such, the term "dynasty" may be used to delimit the era during which a family reigned, and to describe events, trends and artifacts of that period (for example, "a Ming-dynasty vase"). The word "dynasty" itself is often dropped from such adjectival references (id est, "a Ming vase").
Until the 19th century, it was taken for granted that a legitimate function of a monarch was to aggrandize his dynasty: that is, to expand the wealth and power of his family members.
Prior to the 20th century, dynasties throughout the world have traditionally been reckoned patrilineally, such as under the Frankish Salic law. In nations where it was permitted, succession through a daughter usually established a new dynasty in her husband's ruling house. This has changed in some places in Europe, where succession law and convention have maintained dynasties de jure through a female. For instance, the House of Windsor will be maintained through the children of Queen Elizabeth II, as it did with the monarchy of the Netherlands, whose dynasty remained the House of Orange-Nassau through three successive queens regnant. The earliest such example among major European monarchies was in the Russian Empire in the 18th century, where the name of the House of Romanov was maintained through Grand Duchess Anna Petrovna. In Limpopo Province of South Africa, Balobedu determined descent matrilineally, while rulers have at other times adopted the name of their mother's dynasty when coming into her inheritance. Less frequently, a monarchy has alternated or been rotated, in a multi-dynastic (or polydynastic) system – that is, the most senior living members of parallel dynasties, at any point in time, constitute the line of succession.
The Inunekonaka Fest is an event that began with the idea that more people would know about animal welfare, and is held every year in the Animal Protective Week in September.
In addition to lectures that help veterinarians get along well with dogs and cats, there are live performances and readings by artists and actors who are interested in animals and want to cooperate.
Animal welfare is a bit of a special world, or there is an atmosphere that you should not be involved with if you like animals a little, but the Inuneko Kamamatsu Festival gathers for the animals because they are good at each, and they also I do what I can do for the protected animals while having fun.
Profits from ticket sales are used for medical expenses for animals protected by Lancontre Mignon, rent for shelters, labor costs for dock trainers, and food costs.
You can support animals just by visiting us.
Although it is a handmade event, please come to laughter, study, and be a little impressed.
Haruo Togashi (February 14, 1963) is a Japanese studio musician and keyboardist. Also active under the name of HAL-Oh Togashi.
Takes classical piano lessons from 3 years old (Mako Hirao, Keiko Kanazawa, etc.).
When he was 17 years old at Keio High School, he won a special jury prize in the Kanto Koshinetsu area of the Yamaha Popular Song Contest. After graduating from university, he made his professional debut at Kiyogi Sugimoto Quintet.
In addition to support for hyde and Chihiro Onitsuka, he also produces L'Arc ~ en ~ Ciel, PENICILLIN, CRAZE and others.
Shoichi Tomomori (Tomomori Shoichi, January 13, 1966) is a musician and guitarist from Fukuoka Prefecture. Blood type is O type.
Participated in numerous artists and live performances, supported and produced, and is also known as “a migratory bird with a guitar” and “a super guitarist of the sink”.