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Edo period
1603    Tokugawa Ieyasu became shogun.
1605    Tokugawa Hidetada became the 2nd shogun.
1612    The prohibition of Christianity
             (to the territory under the direct control of the Tokugawa shogunate) 
1613    The prohibition of Christianity
             (to the whole country)
1614    Incident of Hoko-ji Temple Bell
1614    Osaka Winter Campaign
1615    Osaka Summer Campaign                                                    
            *the fall of the Toyotomi family
1615    Buke shohatto(Laws for the Military Houses) and Kinchu narabini kuge shohatto(Laws for Emperor and Court nobles) established
*1616  Tokugawa Ieyasu died.

1624    Spanish ships were prohibited from visiting Japan.
1633    Travelling overseas other than by shuin-sen were prohibited.
1635    Travelling overseas and homecoming of Japanese ships were completely banned.
1635    The policy of Sankin kōtai was established.
1637    Shimabara Rebellion
1639    Portuguese ships were prohibited from visiting Japan.
1641   The Dutch trading house was moved to Dejima.               
            *the national isolation system was completed.
1636    Qing dynasty founded *another theory of 1644
1649    Keian official notice issued
1651    Keian Uprising                                                                               
            *Yui Shōsetsu was leader of Keian Uprising.
1657    Great Fire of Meireki in Edo
1669    Shakushain's revolt (Shakushain no tatakai)
1685    Shorui-Awaremi-no-rei (ordinances of animal protection) issued
1690    Yushima Seido (Sacred Hall at Yushima) built
1709    The political reforms of Hakuseki ARAI (Shotoku no chi)
1716    Kyōhō Reforms                                                                        *Tokugawa Yoshimune became the 8th shogun.
*1720  The ban on importing Western books was partially lifted
*1721  Meyasubako established *installing opinion boxes
*1722  Agemainosei established
*1723  Tashidakanosei established

1732    Great Kyōhō famine                                                         
            *famine ; a severe shortage of food
*1735  Aoki Konyō wrote the Banshokō.

1742    Kujigata-osadamegaki
1772    Tanuma Okitsugu became senior shogunal councillor.
1774    Kaitai Shinsho was published by Sugita Genpaku and Maeno Ryotaku.
1782    Great Tenmei famine                                                 
            *famine ; a severe shortage of food
1783    Tenmei erupution   
            *Mount Asama erupted.
1787    Kansei Reforms    
            *Matsudaira Sadanobu became senior shogunal councillor.
1790    Kansei Igaku no Kin    
            *an academic control performed during the Kansei Reforms
1792    Kaikoku Heidan written by Hayashi Shihei went out of print.
1792    Adam Laxman arrived at Nemuro.
1798    Motoori Norinaga wote the Kojiki-den (Commentaries on the Kojiki).
1804    Nikolai Rezanov reached Nagasaki.
1808    Mamiya Rinzō discovered Sakhalin was indeed an island.
1808    Phaeton Incident
1821    Inō Tadataka completed the first map of Japan.
1825    Order for the Repelling of Foreign Ships
1828    Siebold Incident
1833    Tenpo Great famine                                                    
            *famine;a severe shortage of food
1837    Rebellion of Ōshio Heihachirō
1837    Morrison incident
1839    Bansha no goku                                                                           
            *Watanabe Kazan and Takano Chōei arrested
1840    First Anglo-Chinese war                                                           
            *Anglo-Chinese=England and China
1841    Tenpō Reforms    *Mizuno Tadakuni 
*1842  Mizuno Tadakuni permitted providing foreign ships with fuel and water.
*1843  Hitogaeshirei/Zyochirei
1844    King of the Netherlands proposed the opening of a country to the world to the Edo Shogunate.

1853    Mathew Perry visited Uraga and asked Japan to open the door to USA.
1854    Japan-US Treaty of Peace and Amity signed
1856    Townsent Harris has been appointed consul-general in Japan.
1858    Treaty of Amity and Commerce(united States-Japan) signed
1858    Ansei no Taigoku
1860    Sakuradamon Incident
            *Ii Naosuke was killed by ronin from the Mito Domain.
1862    Sakashitamon Incident 
          *Ando Nobumasa was attacked outside Sakashita-mon Gate.             
1862    Namamugi Incident
1863    Chōshū han bombarded French, Dutch and American warships at Bakan Strait.
1863    Anglo-Satsuma War
1864    The first conquest of Choshu clan
1864    British, French, Dutch and American warships bombarded Shimonoseki.  
1866    Satchō Alliance
1867    Taisei Hokan(transfer of power back to the Emperor)
1867    The restoration of Imperial rule
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