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  • 1. The Meiji Restoration
  • 2.
    • Do Now: Explain how these images show a change in Japanese society.
    AIM: To understand the transition from feudal to modern Japan. Photograph Interpretation / Compare and Contrast Figure A Figure B
  • 3. Early Attitudes Toward Foreigners
    • Directions:
      • 1. Listen for your assigned role to follow.
      • 2. Analyze the video clip from Shogun.
      • 3a. Using 6 words (no more, no less), explain how the Japanese
      • viewed the British.
      • 3b. Using 6 words (no more, no less), explain how the British
      • viewed the Japanese.
      • 4. Be prepared to share your answers with the class.
    ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ British thought the Japanese were uncivilized. Japanese thought the British were barbarians. ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________
  • 4. In Japan, it is believed that the numbers four and nine are ominous. Shi – means four but it also means death. Ku – means nine but it also means suffering.
  • 5. Let’s Go Back In Time… Tokugawa Period (1600-1868)
    • ___________________
    • Ruled by Shogun
    • Capital City of Edo (Tokyo)
    • Rigid Social Structure
    • Belief Systems
      • Shintoism
      • - Zen Buddhism
      • - Prohibited Christianity
    Centralized feudalism Himeji Castle: Built in 1600s
  • 6. What geographic features enabled Japan to pursue a policy of isolationism? What are some positives and negatives of the geography of Japan? Geography of Japan
  • 7. 1853: _____________ Makes “Friends” with Japan
      • In July, 1853 Perry presented the Japanese Emperor with a proposed commercial and friendship treaty. He would return a year later to receive their answer.
    Matthew Perry
  • 8.
    • The year is 1853. You are the Tokugawa Shogun of Japan. A letter has just arrived from U.S. President Millard Fillmore. Read what he has proposed and decide how you will respond. Then, answer the questions attached.
  • 9.
      • Perry returned in 1854. This time he appeared with seven
      • ships - four sailing ships, three steamers – and 1600 men.
    The Black Ships! Here’s The Real Deal
  • 10. Result:
      • The signing of this treaty signaled the end of Japanese ________.
    What was the Outcome of Perry’s Visit? Treaty of Kanagawa isolation Does this treaty sound familiar?
      • In 1854 the __________________ ( ) was signed which established:
      • 1. "permanent" friendship between the two countries;
      • 2. proper treatment for shipwrecked Americans;
      • 3. fuel for American ships;
      • 4. two ports opened for trade.
  • 11. Ryoma envisioned Japan as a nation governed by laws, a parliamentary system, and international diplomacy. In 1866 he succeeded in bringing two former enemies, Satsuma and Choshu, together to form an alliance against the Shogun. In 1868 the last Tokugawa ruler, Yoshinobu, surrendered, and imperial rule was restored. Ryoma himself was assassinated in Kyoto in 1867 and thus did not live to see the full flowering of economic and political development which occurred in the Meiji Era. Ryoma Sakamoto Samurai look for change
  • 12. Fall of Tokugawa Shogunate Reasons for the fall:
    • Samurai upset at “surrendering” to Westerners.
    • Treaty of Kanagawa viewed as unfavorable to the Japanese.
    • Tokugawa Shogunate seen as weak for ending 250 years of isolation.
    • Some Daimyo saw this as an opportunity to change the social structure.
    The Last Shogun, Tokugawa Yoshinobu
  • 13. Students in Japan clean the schools everyday. They begin doing this in first grade and it continues throughout high school.
  • 14. If Not The Shogun, Then Who?
    • The presence of the West triggered nationalist unrest. Who will most of the people in Japan turn to for leadership? Why?
    People of all classes appealed to the ________ for support. They used the slogan sonno joi “ Revere the ________, expel the barbarians.” TASK: Create Your Own Slogan Imagine you are living in Japan and are upset with the decisions of the Tokugawa Shogunate. Create a protest sign, banner, bumper sticker, or T-shirt with a slogan that expresses your opinion. Need a hint? Let’s look back at the traditional social structure in Japan. emperor emperor Emperor Mutsuhito, Meiji. Emperor Rules Shogun Drools!
  • 15. Emergence of the Emperor Over the next generation the whole society and its institutions were transformed to serve the needs of _____________. The Shogunate was defeated and a new emperor named __________was proclaimed. This period is known as the _______________ – Meiji meaning ______________ . Mutsuhito Meiji Restoration enlightened rule modernization Emperor Mutsuhito, Meiji.
  • 16. Compare These Two Figures 1. What are the similarities and differences between the two men? 2. What adjectives would you use to describe each ruler? Traditional clothing, hair, sword, looks proud Looks like… Western clothing, hair sword, looks proud Looks like… Do Now:
  • 17. Why Modernize?
    • Based on these images, what factors caused the Japanese to modernize?
    What was this policy called? CHINA USA GERMANY RUSSIA GREAT BRITAIN FRANCE JAPAN ITALY Perry’s Black Ships
  • 18.
    • “ When I saw a hospital [abroad], I wanted to know how it was
    • run – who paid the running expenses; when I visited a bank, I
    • wanted to learn how the money was deposited and paid out. By
    • similar firsthand questions, I learned something of the postal
    • system and the military conscription (draft). A perplexing
    • institution was representative government.”
    • - Fukuzawa Yukichi, Japanese scholar
    Question: According to this quote, what is the Japanese scholar’s view toward western ideas and customs? Selective Borrowing Begins
  • 19. Emperor promises to institute political and social reforms and work to strengthen the nation. Changes During The Meiji Restoration
    • Abolished feudalism
    • Eliminated samurai armies
    • Reformed education
    • Created a centralized gov’t and encouraged loyalty to the emperor
    • Created Japan's first Western-style constitution (1889), followed the next year by the country's first elected Diet .
    • Adopted Western technology
    • Opened up trade ( ended isolation )
    Fukoku Kyohei: “Enrich the country and strengthen the military” Major Changes :
    • Reform of local government, nationally appointed Prefects (administrators)
    * Limited right to vote- only 5% of male population
  • 20. Industrialization of Japan Military Reforms:
    • Developed western armaments, expanded military
    • Created a modern navy
    State Sponsored Industry: Ministry of Industry 1870
    • Newly developed State Banks funded new roads, railroads
    • Guilds and internal road tariffs abolished to create national market
    • Land reform/new agricultural techniques increased food production
    • Government dominated mines, shipyards, heavy industry
    • Created postal system, commercial laws, structure to succeed
    Private Enterprise developed in Textile Industry
  • 21. How Did The Change In Military Impact Japan? What characteristics of the old way, the Bushido code, do you think continued? Both Generosity toward the weak Dying an honorable death Reckless Courage Reverence to the gods Honor Bravery Swordsmanship Loyalty Fairness Leather armor, swords, bows and arrows Military uniforms Development of a navy Loyalty to the Emperor Use of guns and canons Modern Military Traditional Military Loyalty Honor Reverence to the gods Swordsmanship Bravery Loyalty to the Emperor Reckless Courage Fairness Generosity toward the weak Leather armor, swords, bows and arrows Use of guns and canons Military uniforms Dying an honorable death Development of a navy
  • 22. The Mitsubishi Company Some Samurai found new opportunities in political and business areas
    • 1868- Iwasaki Yataro won government contracts for railroad and steamship lines and competed with British
    • Created a loyal management group of former samurai
    • Expanded business to include shipbuilding, mining, transportation and banking.
  • 23. Industrialization of Japan, 1890s What time period in Japanese history is depicted in this painting? How do you know? locomotive Steamships Busy Trading port
  • 24. How does this image show a change in the way the Japanese view the West? Hiking Through The West, 1870 - Kanagaki Robun Un-enlightened Man Half-enlightened Man Enlightened Man You guys are soooo last year. Hey, you’ve got to keep up with the times. This fraud in the top hat is a disgrace to Japanese culture.
  • 25.
    • In 1878, this song was taught to Japanese children who sang it while they bounced a ball. Every time they bounced the ball they sang a line.
    “ Gas lamps Steam engines Horse carriages Cameras Telegrams Lightning conductors Newspapers Schools Postal System Steamboats” Changes Were Noticed By Young And Old
  • 26. 1. Pick out examples of symbolism used in this cartoon? 2. Why do you think this choice is so difficult for the Japanese man? 3.Which of the choices symbolized by this cartoon did the Japanese people finally make? Was their choice good for them? 4. Create a title for this cartoon. How did Westernization Impact the Japanese?
  • 27. Reactions to Westernization The Satsuma Rebellion 1877 Many samurai were desperate with their situation and the loss of their former status. They gathered under Takamori Saigo and fought the battle of Satsuma In 1877. It was a clash of traditional samurai weapons against a modern army. 60,000 government troops faced 40,000 rebels. The battle was a short one. The samurai rebels were completely defeated in a bloody battle. Takamori Saigo was wounded and committed suicide in samurai tradition. He became a hero for the Japanese. Takamori Saigo
  • 28. Identifying Similarities
    • All felt threatened by Western imperialism and the changes that modern life and technology would have on their cultures.
    • All made calls for a return to the “true” traditional values of their culture and to purify themselves.
    • All believed that by being truly traditional, they would have the spiritual power to overcome the immoral Westerners and their modern technology.
    • All fought bravely even though it was essentially suicide to go against the Western powers.
    • All failed.
    Can you recall the similar rebellions during the age of imperialism? The Mahdist Revolts The Taiping Rebellion The Boxer Rebellion The Sepoy Rebellion
  • 29. Landscape art of the 16 th Century displays themes of isolation, reflection, and simplicity. Japanese artists and scholars, emulated their Chinese mentors. This reflective, somewhat romantic ink landscape includes pale touches of red and yellow. What are the similarities and differences over time? Japanese Art Over Time
  • 30. Cultures Combine How does this painting reflect both Japanese and Western culture? Fukuchi Gen’ichiro Editor-in-chief of first Tokyo newspaper who personally covered the Satsuma Rebellion and reported events to the Emperor. Question:
  • 31. Some Traditions Remain
    • “ Our country takes as its base the family system: the nation
    • is but a single family, the imperial family is our main house.
    • We the people worship the unbroken imperial line with the
    • same feeling of respect and love that a child feels toward his
    • parents… The union of loyalty and filial piety is truly the
    • special character of our national unity.”
    • - Japanese school text, 1890s
    How does this passage reflect a major difference to the Western world? Question:
  • 32. Unquestioning Admiration Of The West? What is the main idea of this picture? What is the author’s point of view?
  • 33. Goshinboku (the big trees in shrines) It is believed that ‘spirits’ inhabit a big tree on the grounds of a shrine, and the Japanese traditionally enshrine the tree to designate that the tree is ‘awe-inspiring’.
  • 34. Social Changes and Continuities
    • Universal _________ system stressing science, technology, and loyalty to the nation.
    • Adopted western fashions in dress, personal care, calendar, metric system
    • ____________ led to smaller families, high divorce rate
    Changes: Continuities:
    • _________ gained followers
    • Women still seen as _______
    • Manners, formalities, and diet remained constant
    education Urbanization Shintoism inferior
  • 35. Strains of Modernization
    • Poor living standards existed in crowded cities
    • Political differences led to instability and frequent assassinations of leaders
    • Constant questioning and debate about ______________
    • Disgruntled _________ class
    • Need for raw materials
    Problems: Solutions:
    • Urged loyalty to the Emperor as a center of _______________
    • Sino-Japanese War 1894-1895
    • Russo-Japanese War 1904
    • Imperialism of Korea: Annexed in 1910
    Westernization Samuarai national identity
  • 36. Comparison to China
    • Compare the actions of Japan and China in these two political cartoons.
    • What do you think led to the condition of each nation?
  • 37. Imperialism in East Asia Which nation surprisingly has a sphere of influence in China?
  • 38. Value Line
    • After viewing the problems that Japan has had to face, decide if you think Westernization was a good decision, a bad decision, or somewhere along the spectrum. Once you have decided, take your place accordingly on the value line in the front of the room. Be ready to explain the reasoning behind your position.
    Good Decision Bad Decision
  • 39.
    • Western ____________ was adopted which allowed the Japanese to fully ______________ in less than 50 years. By the end of the Meiji Restoration, the Japanese no longer feared that they would be _____________. Rather, they set out to practice imperialism themselves to obtain power and ________ __________ . Japan was quickly emerging as a world-class power using western technology and methods while still maintaining its ___________ _________ values.
    Final Thoughts technology industrialize imperialized natural traditional resources cultural This period was known as the _____ _____________. Meiji Restoration
  • 40. Domo Arigato Thank You
  • 41. Review Of Japanese Social Structure CHOICES: Samurai, Shogun, Farmers, Merchants, Daimyo, Artisans, Emperor Emperor Shogun Daimyo Farmers Artisans Merchants Back to Feudal Japan Back to “If not Shogun” Samurai
  • 42. Shintoism and Zen Buddhism Go Back