The tosa was used in Japan in the eleventh and twelfth centuries, and down to about twenty years ago.
"I will do my utmost to bring back a smile to her lips," said tosa.
tosa gave his orders to the leaders of the troops whom he left behind; then hastened on to Chozan, where his ships awaited him.
It was the palace of the Queen of tosa, who had been dead for several years.
"tosa is a zealous servant," said Hieyas, with a shade of irony.
She is the prisoner of the Prince of tosa; a messenger brought me the news yesterday.
In tosa the evil was so rampant that a society for its prevention has been in existence for many years.
tosa had drawn his sword; he struck it against Nagato's blade.
The street of the suburb which led from this gate was not unlike the one which now opens from the tosa gate.
But the tosa agitators did not neglect to make capital out of the embarrassment caused by the Satsuma rebellion.