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    Sengoku Basara 3: Samurai Heroes vs. Okami

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    Japanese video games are a popular cultural phenomenon both inside and outside of Japan. This success can be attributed to Japanese companies’ ability to successfully market and invest in their products whether they arise from a manga, anime, or popular icon. Mia Consalvo, Associate Professor at Ohio University, attributes the Japanese video game industry’s success to Japan’s “historical tendencies [of a self-sufficient economy], Japanese game companies have found a ready market at home, with little

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    China and Japan From 1500 to 1800, China and Japan tried to politically and economically established their countries in very different ways. Japan fought war after war for a century before they changed their ways. China on the other hand slowly established a government and used education as a tool to be politically and economically strong. Japan would later do the same. China was one of the most politically and economically strong countries during 1500 – 1800. The state was identified as family

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    The Old Badger

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    "The Old Badger" A proven lawmaker, Tokugawa Ieyasu Shogun received the nickname "The Old Badger" for his contributions to the prosperity of Japan in the seventeenth century. His memoirs, entitled "Legacy of Ieyasu," advanced the society of Japan for centuries through the betterment of those who would succeed him. Esteemed twentieth-century scholars, such as George Sansom and Edwin O. Reischauer, explore the success of Ieyasu’s controversial imperial legal codes and the effects they had on the

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    Japan Tokugawa Period

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    breakdowns in this book that tells the story of the different periods in Japan too. Tokugawa Era was considered a critical period in Japan’s history as it helped Japan evolved to pre-war period and Japan’s 21st century. The main highlight of the book was in regards to Tokugawa Era as the author mainly focused on this critical period and there was elaborate research on this topic. Tokugawa Era was brought about by Tokugawa Ieyasu who was a military dictatorship and he helped achieve hegemony and stability

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    The Tokugawa Bakufu, also known as the Edo Bakufu, was the final period of traditional Japan being controlled by military dictatorship. The reason why it was also called the Edo period was because the shogun established Japan’s new capital at Edo. This shogunate was started by a samurai called Tokugawa Ieyasu in 1603 and ended in 1867 . The structure of shogunate Japan follow the order of the following: Shogun – Daimyo – Samurai – Peasants – Artisans – Merchants. The shogun was at the top of feudal

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    The Tokugawa Era in Japan

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    The Tokugawa Era in Japan, also known as the Edo Period, took place after the Era of Warring States, which in Japanese is called the Sengoku Jidai. Events that occurred during this era were essential to the start of the Tokugawa Shogunate¹. The Sengoku Jidai started in the 1500s with the Ashikaga Shogunate, when General Ashikaga Takauji crushed a samurai rebellion. The current emperor at the time, Go-Daigo, "—a man of 30 determined to put an end to cloister rule..." (Swann 147) refused to make him

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    Essay On Japan Economy

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    economy in the world. EDO Period Tokugawa Ieyasu ruled Japan after Hideyoshi died in 1598. In 1603, the emperor made Ieyasu, Shogun and established his government in Edo (Tokyo). “Shogun means commander-in-chief or a country's top military commander in feudal Japan ("Shogun | Define Shogun at Dictionary.com",n.d., p.1).” The Tokugawa shoguns ruled Japan for 250 years. Tokugawa Ieyasu was a strict ruler and had Japan under tight control. In 1633, Ieyasu successor shogun Iemitsu, forbid traveling

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    Miyamoto Musashi

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    the inauguration of the great Tokugawa rule. In 1603 Tokugawa Ieyasu, a former associate of both Hideyoshi and Nobunaga, formally became Shogun of Japan, after defeating Hideyoshi's son Hideyori at the battle of Seki ga Hara. Ieyasu established his government at Edo, present-day Tokyo, where he had a huge castle. His was a stable, peaceful government beginning a period of Japanese history which was to last until the Imperial Restoration of 1868, for although Ieyasu himself died in 1616 members

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    This population rise is due to increased trade relations, development of new agriculture, and upgrade of technological advancements. Both the Mughal Empire and Tokugawa empire experienced these factors at one point. Another similarity is the need for unification. Japan was in chaos until Tokugawa Ieyasu reunified the government under the Tokugawa shogunate. On the other hand, India came together under the Bubur in the 16th century. These two empires used their military strength, large population, and

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    The Edo Period: A Era of Peace

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    opinion of experts on Japan's history, this period would be the Tokugawa, or Edo, Period. What makes this era of peace significant and stand out against the many war-wrecked periods of Japan's history? The Battle of Sekigahara in 1603 marked the beginning of a new era when a man named Tokugawa Ieyasu defeated many daimyō, land-ruling warlords, and established a new bakufu, military government, in order to rule Japan (Collcutt 134). Ieyasu worked hard to restore Japan and manage foreign trade in order

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