The Daimyo Lords Of Japan

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The Daimyo Lords Of Japan

  1. 1. The Daimyo Lords of Japan Helga design
  2. 4. The Daimyo's the Samurai lords of Japan. During the long Tokugawa Shogunate (1616 - 1867), Japan was divided into fiefs which were presided over by feudal lords known as daimyo (dime-yo)- which literally translated means, "great name". The daimyo were divided into two groups based on their relationship with Iwyasu Tokugawa, the founder of Japan's last great feudal house. In the first group were those who had been allied with Ieyasu before the battle of Sekigahara in 1603. The second group was made up of those who had opposed him or were neutral

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