1. Japanese feudal lords fought each other for over a century, but they eventually accepted the rule of a ruler or shogun



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World History

3.3 Japan Limits Western Contacts
Drill: Kowtow & Beijing

Kowtow: to give in

Beijing: China’s capital
Objectives: Students will be able to summarize how powerful daimyo succeeded in unifying feudal Japan by researching Japanese society and culture during the Tokugawa Shogunate.
Notes:

1. Japanese feudal lords fought each other for over a century, but they eventually accepted the rule of a ruler or shogun.

2. Oda Nobunaga seized imperial capital and set out on a mission to eliminate rivals for power and ended the “warring states” period

3. Toyotomi Hideyoshi continued Nobunaga’s mission by combining brute force with political alliances, gained control over most of the country


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