Hideyoshi c. 1536-1598
Oda Nobunaga
Hideyoshi:       Transition to Peace• Conquest without destruction  – Exchange of Hostages• Reforms  – Cadastral Survey  –...
Hideyoshi         Canny or Insane?• Paranoid Style  – Sen no Rikyu  – Toyotomi Hidetsugu• Invasion of Korea  – Destiny  – ...
After Hideyoshi• Japan  – Sekigahara and Tokugawa Shogunate  – Cultural and Economic Success• Korea  – Painful recovery• C...
Sources• Maps: Yamakawa, Nihonshi Sogo Zuroku  [Comprehensive Visual History of Japan]• Tokugawa Portrait: Edo: Art in Jap...
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Hideyoshi in World History

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A short survey of Toyotomi Hideyoshi's career and effects in world history

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  1. 1. Hideyoshi c. 1536-1598
  2. 2. Oda Nobunaga
  3. 3. Hideyoshi: Transition to Peace• Conquest without destruction – Exchange of Hostages• Reforms – Cadastral Survey – Census • Heino Bunri: Separation of Soldier and Peasant • Creation of Castle Towns – Sword Hunt
  4. 4. Hideyoshi Canny or Insane?• Paranoid Style – Sen no Rikyu – Toyotomi Hidetsugu• Invasion of Korea – Destiny – Surplus Samurai
  5. 5. After Hideyoshi• Japan – Sekigahara and Tokugawa Shogunate – Cultural and Economic Success• Korea – Painful recovery• China – Economic Drain – Military Drain – Ming Dynasty Only Lasts Another 30 years
  6. 6. Sources• Maps: Yamakawa, Nihonshi Sogo Zuroku [Comprehensive Visual History of Japan]• Tokugawa Portrait: Edo: Art in Japan, 1615- 1868 by the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC• Other pictures by Jonathan Dresner – http://www.flickr.com/photos/jondresner/

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