Caroline Bennett, Ella Salter and Jabriel AlSuhaimi. Social Changes in the meiji restoration period. Fall of Feudalism. A proper centralized government could only be established if daimyo stopped exercising feudal powers.
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More factories because of raw materials could now be imported into Japan.
Japan developed its own railway system of trains based on a model given to them by the Westerners. Americans took 150 years. Japanese took 50. The train system was significantly more reliable and efficient.
Modern postal system – 1868
Modern telegraph system – 1871
The clock was brought into Japan. Before that, they used the sun.
Students sent to USA and Europe to study modern technology and scientific research.