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Tokugawa Period. 12 Japan. Origins of Tokugawa. Oda Nobunaga Hideyoshi Toyotomi Tokugawa Ieyasu. Tokugawa and its control system. Tokugawa Period (also called Tokugawa Shogunate ): 1568 – 1868 AD Tokugawa System: Daimyo and their Han (Domain) Shimpan: Family Fudai: Household

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origins of tokugawa
Origins of Tokugawa
  • Oda Nobunaga
  • Hideyoshi Toyotomi
  • Tokugawa Ieyasu
tokugawa and its control system
Tokugawa and its control system
  • Tokugawa Period (also called TokugawaShogunate): 1568 – 1868 AD
  • Tokugawa System:
  • Daimyo and their Han (Domain)
    • Shimpan: Family
    • Fudai: Household
    • Tozama: Outsiders
tokugawa and it s control system
Tokugawa and it’s control system
  • Daimyo and their Han (Domain)
    • Shimpan
    • Fudai
    • Tozama
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Tokugawa and it’s control system
  • Alternate residence
  • Hostage system
  • Conscription public works
  • Domain rearrangement.
tokugawa s control mechanisms
Tokugawa’s Control Mechanisms

Caste system:

  • Samurai
  • Artisans
  • Farmers
  • Merchants
  • Burakumin
    • aka: Eta
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Tokugawa’s Control Mechanisms
  • Fixed Residences and Fixed occupations
  • International Restrictions:
    • Christianity in Japan?
  • Tokugawa Success: 200 years of general peace
  • Samurai culture and bushido dominant
  • Kenno Code: Bushido as legal code + proscription on corruption or non-sanctioned violence
unintended outcomes of tokugawa control mechanisms
Unintended outcomes of Tokugawa Control Mechanisms
  • Urban society
    • Art
    • Literature
    • Entertainment

Chushingura – 47 Ronin

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Unintended outcomes of Tokugawa Control Mechanisms
  • National Transportation network
  • Unified Language
  • Unified Culture
  • Money Economy
  • Farmer’s wealth
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Unintended outcomes of Tokugawa Control Mechanisms
  • Daimyo impoverished
  • Wealthy Merchants
  • Daimyo and Samurai Relationship changes
  • Samurai as Bureaucrats
    • Warriors without war
  • Decay and corruption at

the center

tokugawa meets the west
Tokugawa Meets the West
  • Commodore Perry: 1853
  • Dutch Learning
  • China’s unequal treaties 1840s: Japan made uneasy
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Tokugawa Meets the West
  • Shogun’s response
  • Kanagawa Treaty: 1854
  • Harris Treaty: 1858
    • Open ports
    • Extraterritoriality
    • Tariffs
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Tokugawa Meets the West
  • Young Samurai Reaction
  • Choshu incident: 1863
    • Domestic Response
    • Foreign Response
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Tokugawa Meets the West
  • Choshu’s new resolution
  • Satsuma and Choshu: Who, and why them?