Japan: Edo Period to the Bakumatsu Era (1615-1867) (JHT103)
- Wednesday 19:10-21:00
- Tokyo (Maps & Directions)
- Language of
This course focuses on the development of the political and social framework that Tokugawa Ieyasu laid for what would become the 265 year-long Tokugawa shogunate. The development of the system of checks and balances are examined as is the feudal society, the arts, economy, relations with the West, and the problems and decline of the shogunate. Finally, attention is given to the opening of the country from the Kansei Reforms and the events that led to the fall of the Tokugawa in the Bakumatsu era.
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