Japan: Its History and Culture
Once a star of postwar industrial production and methods, Japan has encountered serious trouble with market forces in recent years. Social changes and departures from tradition are becoming more common in this conservative country. The revised edition of the popular work, Japan: Its History and Culture, Fourth Edition, documents and explains these changes. Seamlessly blending current events, politics, and cultural elements, the authors provide a riveting account of a nation often misunderstood by the West.
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The Tokugawa family took full advantage of the prestige and position given by the title of shogun , which was secured by Ieyasu as a member of a branch of the famous Minamoto , to which Minamoto Yoritomo , the first shogun of the new ...
It was not necessary for the central government of the shogun to provide labor or funds for local government ... But commissioners for the large cities were always appointed by the shogunate from among the fudai daimyo , their own ...
In this situation the shogun took the unprecedented step of consulting the emperor's court and all the daimyo throughout ... his position of control , which was already much less strong than in the early days of the Tokugawa Shogunate .
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Haniwa figure representing a man with a mitershaped hat
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