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    Oda Nobunaga Revolt

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    Tokugawa was ruled for 250 years. There was a group called daimyo is the shotgun ruled japan and which japan is divided by and controlled. One such leader was Oda Nobunaga was a daimyō. Nobunaga brought about one-third of the country under his control. Oda Nobunaga, however, protect Christianity and the Jesuits, so he also saw it as a tool he could use to suppress Buddhist. Nobunga hate Buddhists due to being powerful and will question about the empire and political. When he was assassinated by his general, Toyotomi Hideyoshi took his place. Building on Nobunaga’s achievements, Hideyoshi brought all of Japan under his control. The primary political goal of Tokugawa Ieyasu was to cut off the roots of potential dissent and rebellion. Tokugawa Iemitsu expelled Portuguese, missionaries and trader. This decision was motivated more by the political and cultural treat. Tokugawa Ieyasu soon began to see it as a growing threat to the stability of the influenced…

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    Tokugawa Ieyasu was born in 1543 to a minor warlord in Okazaki. He grew up in a time of great chaos and disorder in Japan (the sengoku period), he was forced to spend most of his childhood as a hostage of the Imagawa clan. Ieyasu received military and political training from the Imagawa family and became a military leader. He allied himself with two senior leaders firstly with Oda Nobunaga and later on with Toyotomi Hideyoshi. On Toyotomi Hideyoshi' suggestion, Ieyasu built his base in the…

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    Uesugi Kenshin, Imagawa Yoshimoto, Tokugawa Ieyasu and the famed Oda Nobunaga; all made historical impacts during the Sengoku…

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    Segoku Jidai Visual Analysis

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    which lead the country into the modern era. This period saw the country become entangled in a savage civil war that saw the weakening and eventual complete disregard of the established government 's power, the fracturing of the country into small territorial clans. This fracturing also allowed for old established clans to fall and dissolve, and the rising of new clans, from the ashes of the crumbling system. As my project has will be split into three separate parts, my essay is divided into…

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    The last unifier Tokugawa Ieyasu was born in 1543 to a minor warlord in Okazaki. He grew up in a time of great chaos and disorder in Japan (the Sengoku period, he was forced to spend most of his childhood as a hostage of the Imagawa clan. Ieyasu received military and political training from the Imagawa family and became a military leader. He allied himself with two senior leaders firstly with Oda Nobunaga and later on with Toyotomi Hideyoshi. In 1600 Ieyasu became known as the most powerful…

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    What foreigners usually know about Japanese Samurai is these warriors were fearsome in the combat, extremely disciplined and followed a strict code of honor that they even were prepared to kill themselves if they broke its rules. And so, Samurai were relied by their government, also landowners. The film Tasogare Seibei (Twilight Samurai) relating some aspects of the life of Samurai near the end of Edo era gives audiences a more deepen knowledge. Firstly, I’d like to begin with the position of…

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    Christian Persecution in Tokugawa, Japan Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation Introduction Japan, as a country in the Far East, has had a mixture of history, especially when it comes on the way it diplomatically interacts with the rest of the world. At some point it has been identified as a friend of the west, whereas at some other point it has presented herself as an enemy of the same. A good example of historical events, which present Japan as a controversial country in a global…

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    Absolutism means that the sovereign power or ultimate authority in the state rested in the hands of a king who claimed to rule by divine right the idea that kings received their power from God and were responsible to no one but God. Catherine The Great and Tokugawa Ieyasu were both known as prominent absolute rulers but, Ieyasu was a more effective absolutist ruler. Tokugawa controlled his country by reasonable means that wouldn’t cause uprisings and distrust while still being the only one to…

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    An easy explanation of the actions of the loyal 47 retainers in the Chushingura would be chuushin gishi. The definition given for chuushin gishi in the class materials was, “the loyal and righteous knight” who sacrifices all, including his life, for loyalty. According the slides, this sacrifice will make them worthy of being “worshipped posthumously”. This goal of the 47 retainers for their master, and themselves, drives them. While the Confucian ideology can be found throughout the…

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    I believe Murakami is one of the best leaders in The Samurai’s Tale when compared to Wada Kansuke, and Lord Akiyama due to his caring, trustworthy, and loyal ways. The reason why I think Murakami is better because he shows many skills and he likes to go all out and doesn’t hesitate much on things he thinks he should do or not to do. Lord Akiyama is a good leader because he gives good orders and people listen to them. Murakami and Wada Kansuke are mostly the same because of their personality and…

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