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In Ryotaro Shiba's account of the life of Japan's last shogun, Perry's arrival off the coast of Japan was merely the spark that ignited the cataclysm in store for the Japanese people and their governments. It came to its real climax with the fall of the Tokugawa shogunate in , the event which forms the centerpiece of this book. Based on the epic novel by James Clavell, Shogun originated as an epic five-part television miniseries, filmed on location in Japan. Richard Chamberlain stars as John Blackthorne, a 75%(8).
In Ryotaro Shiba's account of the life of Japan's last shogun, Perry's arrival off the coast of Japan was merely the spark that ignited the cataclysm in store for the Japanese people and their governments. It came to its real climax with the fall of the Tokugawa shogunate in , the event which forms the centerpiece of this book/5(43). The Tokugawa Shogunate was a feudalistic military government, also known as the Tokugawa Bafuku 徳川幕府. It ruled Japan for approximately centuries, from – To understand how the regime fell, you have to first understand how the Tokugawa.
Read "The Fall of the Shogun" by Dov Silverman available from Rakuten Kobo. Based on the true story. John Mung, a Japanese fisherboy, is Brand: Dov Silverman. Total War: Shogun 2 is the seventh full installment in the popular Total War series of strategy games. Like its predecessors, it features a mixture of turn-based strategy on a campaign map and real-time tactical battles. As a sequel/remake of the very first game of the series, Shogun: Total War, the setting returns to Feudal Japan and the Sengoku Period of civil war.
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The Fall of Carthage; Shogun is truly an excellent book filled with with huge characters, an amazing plot with numerous riveting subplots, that are punctuated by fascinating history and a never ending patchwork of human intrigue.
This book should be on everyone's "must read" list. Both entertaining and incisive, SHOGUN is a stunningly dramatic re-creation of a very different world. Starting with his shipwreck on this most alien of shores, the novel charts Blackthorne's rise from the status of reviled foreigner up to the heights of trusted advisor and eventually, Samurai.
All as civil war looms over the fragile country/5(K). Shogunate, also called bakufu (‘tent government’), is the name of the government of the shogun, or hereditary military dictator, of Japan from to The first shogunate was formed by Minamoto Yoritomo, a samurai leader, and the last was formed by Tokugawa Yoshinobu.
Read more about shogunates here. `Shogun' is quite simply one of the best books I have ever read. From the opening pages I was immediately hooked and I wasn't able to think of anything else until I reached the perfect conclusion.
This book is epic, beautiful, full of intrigue, plot twists, machiavellian machinations, tragedy, comedy, honour and a whole range of emotions and /5(K). A good book if you want to read about various causes about the downfall of Rome with some focus on the Goths, mostly Alaric.
A lot of this book is much broader than that though. A lot of focus is on changes, or lack-there-of, on Rome's ambigious position on what makes a Roman a Roman and general xenophobia all around towards people outside its Reviews: Shogun (将軍, shōgun, Japanese: [ɕoːɡɯɴ] (); English: / ˈ ʃ oʊ ɡ ʌ n / SHOH-gun) was the title of the military dictators of Japan during most of the period spanning from to Nominally appointed by the Emperor, shoguns were usually the de facto rulers of the country, though during part of the Kamakura period shoguns were themselves figureheads.
The Fall of the Shogun (The John Mung Saga) (Volume 1) Paperback – November 8, by Dov Silverman (Author) out of 5 stars 5 ratings. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. This shopping feature will continue to load items when the Enter key is pressed. Reviews: 5. The fall of the Tokugawa. The arrival of Americans and Europeans in the s increased domestic tensions. The bakufu, already weakened by an eroding economic base and ossified political structure, now found itself challenged by Western powers intent on opening Japan to trade and foreign the bakufu, despite opposition from the throne in Kyōto, signed the Treaty of.
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The first of Mr Silverman's novels covering much of Japan's history. It chiefly concerns John Mung, a poor fisherman (though his family is ex-samurai) who uniquely at that time acquires a western ing to Japan and almost certain execution for the "crime" of accidental exile, he uses his western knowledge in the service of the Emperor and his supporters against the Shogun,a /5.
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The shogun controlled a large part of the land, which grew almost 6, koku, about a quarter of the agricultural production of the whole country. It was located largely in Kanto, around Kyoto, and along the south coastal region in between, in addition, the shogun directly ruled such important ports and emerging cities as Edo, Kyoto, Osaka.
The fall of the Shōgun (Book, )  Get this from a library! The fall of the Shōgun. The daughter of a Buddhist priest, Tsuneno was born in a rural Japanese village and was expected to live a traditional life much like her mother’s.
But after three divorces and a temperament much too strong-willed for her family’s approval she ran away to make a life for herself in one of the largest cities in the world: Edo, a bustling metropolis at its peak.The Fall of Carthage; The Punic Wars BC By: Adrian Goldsworthy language and reaction to first contact with Europeans and you produce Shogun.I first read the book shortly after it was published and time has not diminished my view that it is a masterpiece of its genre.
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