Tokugawa Japan. Powerpoint for EAST111. Historical overview. Aristocratic Society Yamato state formation Heijo (Nara), Heian (Kyoto) Warrior Society Kamakura, Ashikaga, Tokugawa (Edo) Modern Society (“emperor system”). Pre-Edo fort (16th c. Sengoku period). Tokugawa era, 1600-1868.
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Powerpoint for EAST111
"Japan at the End of the Edo Period," Felix Beato (Yokohama Archives of History Collection)
Images from “D-project”
Toyotomi Hideyoshi by ISHIKAWA Mitsuaki. Univ. Art Mueum, Tokyo Nat’l University of Fine Arts and Music.
Categorization of daimyo and Four-class system
Neo-Confucianism and Buddhism
Sacralization of founder--Nikko
Regulation of daimyo marriages
Levies and assignments--repair, rebuild
One castle/one domain
Re-investiture on daimyo inheritance
Threat of expropriationOther mechanisms of control
Blue=shrines and temples
Peter Duus, “Weapons of the weak, weapons of the strong:--the development of the Japanese political cartoon.” Journal of Asian Studies 60.4 (Nov. 2001).
Meiji emperor 1868