Lecture 11 - Lecture 8 The Muromachi Period (1337-1467) The...

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Lecture 8 2/2/2010 The Muromachi Period (1337-1467) The Warring States Period (1467-1603) The End of the Kamakura - the Houjou Regents - Mongol Invasions - Emperor Godaigo (1288-1339, r. 1318-1339) Kenmu Restoration, 1333 Ashikaga rise to shogun Houjou Regents - Houjou Tokimasa e (1138-1215) Early ally of Yoritomo - daughter Masako e marries Yoritomo - takes over as shougunal regent in 1203 - quells Emperor Gotaba’s uprising in 1221 - ends in 1331 when they are overthrown by Gotaba The Mongol Invasions (Mouko shurai h ) - Japan denies orders to submit and for tributes - Khubilai Khan (1215-1294) sends naval forces in 1274 and 1281 - forced back each time by kamikaze “divine winds” - period of “national emergency” The Muromachi Period (1333-1467) - Ashikaga shoguns - Capital back in Kyoto - Zen Culture - Nou Drama Zen Leaders Eisai e (1141-1215) - thought that Mt. Hiei was undisciplined - goes to Song China in 1168 and 1187 - establishes Rinzai Sect e ca. 1191 seated meditation contemplation of puzzles to suddenly gain
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