2 edition of Tanuma Okitsugu, 1719-1788 found in the catalog.
Tanuma Okitsugu, 1719-1788
John Whitney Hall
|Statement||John Whitney Hall.|
|Series||Harvard-Yenching Institute monograph series ;, 14|
|LC Classifications||DS872.T3 H34 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 208 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||208|
|LC Control Number||82000981|
Politics in the Tokugawa bakufu, / Author: [by] Conrad D. Totman. --Publication info: Cambridge: Harvard University Press, Government censorship was apparently lax during Harunobu and Koryusai’s period of activity (), and their careers overlapped with the tenure of Grand Chamberlain Tanuma Okitsugu (). At the height of Tanuma’s influence at the shogunal court, his policies seem to have condoned corruption and turned a blind eye to luxurious.
Nihon Odai Ichiran (日本王代一覧, Nihon Ōdai Ichiran?, "Table of the rulers of Japan") is a 17th century chronicle of the reigns of the Japanese emperors before the 19th century.. According to the edition of the American cyclopaedia, a translation of Nihon Ōdai Ichiran (Annales des empereurs du japon) in was one of very few books about Japan; and it was written by one of the. References. John Whitney Hall, Tanuma Okitsugu (): Forerunner of Modern Japan, Harvard University Press (), ; Honjin ni tomatta daimyô tachi, Toyohashi, Aichi: Futagawa-juku honjin shiryôkan (), ↑ Miyagi Eishô 宮城栄昌, Ryûkyû shisha no Edo nobori 琉球使者の江戸上り, Tokyo: Daiichi Shobô (), ↑ Yokoyama Manabu 横山学, Ryûkyû koku.
Sakoku (鎖国, "locked country") was the foreign relations policy of Japan under which no foreigner could enter nor could any Japanese leave the country on penalty of policy was enacted by the Tokugawa shogunate under Tokugawa Iemitsu through a number of edicts and policies from –39 and remained in effect until with the arrival of the Black Ships of Commodore Matthew. Tanuma Okitsugu (–) Tarawa, Battle of (November 20–24, ) Tenko (Political Conversion) Tōgō Heihachirō (–) Tōjō Hideki (–) Tokugawa Bakufu Political System; Tokugawa Bakumatsu Military Reforms; Tokugawa Ieyasu (–) Tokugawa Loyalism: Boshin War; Tokugawa Nariaki (–).
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Get this from a library. Tanuma Okitsugu,forerunner of modern Japan. [John Whitney Hall] -- The author has used Japanese sources almost exclusively in this study of Tanuma, who rose from being a page to become a feudal lord of wealth and influence.
His state policies were based on practical. This is a study of Tanuma Okitsugu, the most powerful political figure in Japan during the quarter century between The book also provides a descriptive history of mid-eighteenth-century Japan. Tanuma Okitsugu (田沼意次) (Septemin Edo, Japan – Augin Edo) was a chamberlain (sobashū) and a senior counselor to the shōgun Tokugawa is known for the economic reforms of the Tenmei era and rampant corruption.
He was also a daimyō of the Sagara used the title Tonomo-no-kami. The reforms aimed to rectify the systemic problems in the Born: SeptemEdo, Japan. Tanuma Okitsugu, Forerunner of Modern Japan (Harvard-Yenching Inst Monograph; No 14) [Hall, Whitney J.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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Daimyo. Tanuma was also a daimyo of the Sagara used the title Tonomo-no-kami. Shogunate leader. The administration of Tanuma was marked by corruption and by inflation of currency. In (Tenmei 4), Okitsugu's son was assassinated in front of his father inside Edo involvement of senior figures in the bakufu was suspected, but only the assassin was punished.
Tanuma Okitsugu,forerunner of modern Japan. -- Author: Hall, John Whitney, Publication info: Cambridge: Harvard University Press, Tanuma Okitsugu, –, the forerunner of modern Japan." [Harvard-Yenching Institute monograph series, 14].
Cambridge, Harvard University Press, s. Hall, John Whitney. Government and local power in Japan, to ; a study based on Bizen Province. His earliest book was Tanuma Okitsugu, Among other interests, his research focused on the Kamakura period in the history of Japan. He taught at Yale University until he retired in Yale's John W.
Hall Lecture Series in Japanese Studies was established in his memory. Selected works. Review: Empire in Asia: A New Global History, edited by Jack Fairey, Brian P. Farrell and Donna Brunero Review: Polygamy: An Early American History, by Sarah M. Pearsall Review: Double Crossed: The Missionaries Who Spied for the United States during the Second World War, by Matthew Avery Sutton.
Tenmei 天明) is a Japanese Tanuma Okitomo was the son of the senior councilor Tanuma Okitsugu. The younger Tanuma was killed in front of his father as both were returning to their norimono Tanuma Okitsugu, – Forerunner of Modern Japan. Cambridge: Harvard University Press. John Whitney Hall has written: 'Tanuma Okitsugu, ' -- subject(s): Officials and employees, Biography, History 'Tanuma Okitsugu,forerunner of modern Japan' 'Japanese history.
His earliest book was Tanuma Okitsugu, Among other interests, his research focused on the Kamakura period in the history of Japan. He taught at Yale University until he retired in Yale's John W. Hall Lecture Series in Japanese Studies was established in his memory.
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