- ISBN 0860084477
- ISBN13 978-0860084471
- Language English
- Publisher University of Tokyo Press (1963)
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- Category Social Science
- Subcategory Social Sciences
- Size ePub 1361 kb
- Size Fb2 1811 kb
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The Tokugawa period brought 250 years of stability to Japan. The shogun had national authority & the daimyo had regional authority. This represented a new unity in the feudal structure, with increasingly large bureaucracy to administer the centralized & decentralized authorities.
The Tokugawa period brought 250 years of stability to Japan.
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Items related to Tokugawa Japan: The Social & Economic Antecedents. Book Description University of Tokyo Press,, Tokyo:, 1990. Condition: Near Fine. Tokugawa Japan: The Social & Economic Antecedents of Modern Japan. ISBN 13: 9780860084471. ISBN 10: 0860084477 ISBN 13: 9780860084471. Publisher: University of Tokyo Press, 1963. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. Translated from the Japanese by Conrad Totman. Very near fine in like dust jacket.
Isolationism was the foreign policy of Japan and trade was strictly controlled. Tokugawa Japan – The Social and Economic Antecedents of Modern Japan. University of Tokyo Press. Nussbaum, "Ogosho" at p. 738. Merchants were outsiders to the social hierarchy of Japan and were thought to be greedy. The visits of the Nanban ships from Portugal were at first the main vector of trade exchanges, followed by the addition of Dutch, English and sometimes Spanish ships. From 1603 onward, Japan started to participate actively in foreign trade.
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Tokugawa Japan: The Social and Economic Antecedents of Modern Japan. The Cambridge History of Japan, vol. 4, Early Modern Japan. 6, The Twentieth Century.
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