US history - History 1112 History of Japan to 1800 I. Eariy...

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Unformatted text preview: History 1112 History of Japan to 1800 I. Eariy period 1. The Islands limited resource base 2. Japan imported a wide range of ideas from the Chinese mainland 3. They adopted what strengthened their government and culture 4. “ The Mandate of Heaven” 5. Women enjoyed strong position 6. The tales of the sun goddess 7. Shinto(ism) 8. The Yamato clan created the Yarnato state 9. Buddhism II. 1192—1868 : Feudal Age of warrior rule, feudal anarchy .1. Yoritomo (1147-1 199) was appointed shogun in 1192. A. The Shogun B. The shogunate 1 1. War and the Rise of the warrior class A. The daimyo (military lords) ' B. Vassals C. The castle D. The Samurai Ill. The Process of Unification (1573-1603) Tokugawa leyasu (1542-1616) completed the process of unification in 1603 1. Edo ( modern Tokyo) 2. The daimyo were restricted to one castle 3. A fixed number of men at arms 4. Forbidden to build large ships 5. Shogun’s agreement for their marriage plans 6. Inspectors 7. Alternate years in residence in Edo 8. They could not meet with each other 9. Tokugawa leyasu’ s campaign against the Christians 10. The "closing of Japan" 11. The Tokugawa Shogunate (1603-1868) practiced a form of government cati‘ed controited decentrati'zation 12. The Daimyo and the Samurai were transformed into landless aristocracy Vladivostok ' SEA OF ...
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US history - History 1112 History of Japan to 1800 I. Eariy...

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