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    Jappenese history

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    and once they had a strong hold they decided to go to the capitol. When they arrived, the Emperor Toyotomi Hideyoshi was not pleased. He banned Christianity, and executed 26 Christians to prove his point. His main reason for banning the religion was because the government was trying to take full control of its people, and this new religion just complicated things. The emperors after Toyotomi Hideyoshi continued the law, but after about 1850 the number of Japanese Christians rose. Today there are about

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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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    Akamatsu Sadanori, the emperor of the ancient Harima Province. After the emperor, Nobunaga Oda took control of the Harima district in 1577, he placed Hideyoshi in control of the castle, which converted the fortified building into a castle with over 30 turrets. In 1580, Kuroda Yoshitaka presented the castle to Toyotomi Hideyoshi, and in 1581 Hideyoshi sign... ... middle of paper ... ...mbolic. In Himeji Castle instead of a balcony there is a corridor around the top but no access to the outside

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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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    began in the early 1300’s. However, the end of the himeji castle project ended in the the late 1700’s. This was due to the amount of expansions that the castle went through during the years. The first expansion started in the year 1581 when Hashiba Hideyoshi decided to add a three story tower to the castle. This addition to the castle is called a keep. A keep is basically a castle tower within a castle. The keep was first originated around the medieval time period. A keep was designed to be a last resort

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    Greek and Japanese Architecture For a great many years, architecture has been a breaking point for different artisticeras in history. Some of the most famous “works of art” have been chapels, temples, and tombs. Among the most dominant and influential eras of great architecture are the sophisticated, stoic Greeco-Roman periods and the more mystical, elemental Japanese eras. These two very distinct and very different eras have more in common than you may realize. When work began on the Parthenon

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    reunification was Toyotomi Hideyoshi. Toyotomi Hideyoshi (1536-1598) was Oda Nobunaga’s top general who is regarded as Japan's second "great unifier". Toyotomi Hideyoshi was born in a peasant family and started of as only a foot-soldier but eventually rose through many ranks to find himself as one of Oda Nobunaga’s most trusted generals. Oda Nobunaga had nearly completed the unification of Japan after overthrowing the Muromachi government in Kyoto (Tokyo) but was killed by Akechi Mitsuhide. Hideyoshi then took

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    Toyotomi Hideyoshi Toyotomi Hideyoshi, born in either 1536 or 1537, was a powerful daimyo, kampaku and samurai who put a stop to the Warring States period. Hideyoshi was born in the Owari Province in the late 1530s. He was the son of a peasant-ashigaru and had no surname. After joining and serving multiple clans, he returned to the Owari Province in approx. 1557, where he joined the Oda clan as a servant to Oda Nobunaga. He soon became a sandal-bearer to Nobunaga. Hideyoshi soon became

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    The origin of the Samurai

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    beliefs and not easily influenced by outside cultures which still has an influence on Japan today. There is one particular name when mentioned together with Samurai and Japanese history has played a huge part in Japanese culture. That name is Toyotomi Hideyoshi. His life and accomplishments have helped shaped Japan into what it has become. The origin of the Samurai dates back to early Japanese rule during the 11th and 12th century. This period was called the Kamakura period. This period was preceded

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    The Tokugawa Era in Japan

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    half of Japan’s provinces. Oda ended the shogunate and expelled the Ashikagas. The man leading his army was Hideyoshi, who later took on the family name of Toyotomi. Hideyoshi was the son of a peasant soldier who had no particular social status. The only thing Hideyoshi had going for himself were his remarkable military tactical skills. When Oda commits seppuku² to avoid enemy capture, Hideyoshi took over his goal, but went even further; he intended to conquer China. When his goal ultimately ended

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