II. Tokugawa Japan: A Centralized Feudal State, 1600-1867

    A.    The Restoration of Order in Japan
    B.    Hideyoshi's Foreign Adventures.
    C.    Hideyoshi's Domestic Policies
    D.    Contact with the West
    E.    Triumph of Tokugawa leyasu
    F.    Return to Isolation
    G.    Power Structure of Tokugawa Rule
    H.    Administration of justice
    I.     Economic Growth: Urbanization and the Money Economy
    J.    Confucianism During the Tokugawa Period
    K.    Development of a Bourgeois Urban Culture
    L.   
Decline of Tokugawa Japan
 

TERMS

Tokugawa Japan
Oda Nobunaga
Toyotomi Hideyoshi
Tokugawa leyasu
Tokugawa Bakufu
Owari
Nagoya
Kyoto
Shogun
Omi and Echizen
Mori clan.
Toyotomi Hideyoshi
Kanto plain
Edo
Seoul
St. Francis Xavier
Satsuma
daimyo
Franciscans
Tokugawa Iemitsu
Shimabara peninsula
Shimabara Rebellion
Osaka
Hidetada
Tsunayoshi
Nagasaki
Hirado
Battle of Sekigahara
han
shimpan
fudai
tozama
sankin kotai
Mitsui
Zen
Fujiwara Seika
Hayash Razan
5 Confucian relationships
ukiyo-zoshi
Ihara Saikaku
kabuki
Hisikawa Moronobu
Katushika Hokusai
Hiroshige
53 stations on the Tokaido Express
Utamara
Tokugawa leharu
Tanuma Okitsugu