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Unification of Japan

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Steph Gorges

on 18 January 2016

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Transcript of Unification of Japan

Unification of Japan
Tokugawa Shogunate
Generals unify Japan
Determined to end feudal warfare
Maintain social order with shogun in control
Check the power of the daimyo
Foreign Relations
DBQ Activity
Tokugawa Ieyasu
Stabilize Japan
Control daimyo - spend every other year in capital of Edo
Closely controlled relations outside Japan as European culture influences the country
Moved towards isolation
Forbade European imports (exception Chinese & Dutch)
Prohibited ship building
Persecution of Christians
Analyze the differing beliefs Japanese had towards the social status of both natives and foreigners.
Dutch Connection
Dutch helped Tokugawa shogun stop Christian Japanese uprising
Only European trading partner
Primary source of info to Japanese - kept up to date scientifically and technologically
Summarize key content from each document that answers the prompt:
Impacts on Japan
Pacified but didn't unify (1600-1850)
Tokugawa set up strict regulations that kept the peace - dress, behavior, laws
Social Structure - Samurai, Peasants, Artisans & Merchants
Samurai = bureaucratic or administrative class
Caused economic growth in Japan & urban development
Confucianism caused very literate and educated population
Set the stage for the industrial revolution
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