Sep 11, 1192
The Minamoto clan seizes power in the emperor’s nameIn time, much of the imperial family's own income would be drawn from its own shoen (allowing for an increasingly comfortable lifestyle). This practice laid the framework for what would in time become the Japanese version of feudalism.
Jan 1, 1232
‘Goseibai Shikimoku’ legal code established.The Goseibai Shikimoku (御成敗式目) or the Formulary of Adjudications was the legal code of the Kamakura shogunate in Japan promulgated by third shikken Hōjō Yasutoki in 1232.
Jan 1, 1270
First firearm in JapanFirearms were introduced to Japan in 1270's and were introduced by the Chinese.
Jan 1, 1274
Mongoilia attemped to invade JapanForced to retreat due to typhoons at sea. To the Japanese these were called Kamikaze winds.
Jan 1, 1281
Mongolia's 2nd attempt at invading Japan.Mongolia's 2nd attempt at invading Japan. It took Mongolia 7 years to redesign and develop new weapons and more, The Mongoloians never took Japan.
Sep 10, 1333
City of kamakura comes under siege.10 Sep 1333in the late 13th century the country was threatend by several Mongolian invasions. Although frustrated with Japanese defenders and bad weather, these invasions created strains in warrior society that contributCity of kamakura comes under siege.
10 Sep 1333 in the late 13th century the country was threatend by several Mongolian invasions. Although frustrated with Japanese defenders and bad weather, these invasions created strains in warrior society that contributed to the eventual destruction of the Kamkaura bakufu.( the establishment of Japan's 1st warrior government.
Jan 1, 1336
Ashikaga forces defeat the Kikuchi at the battle of Tadara-no-hama
Period: Jan 1, 1358 to Jun 30, 1408
Ashikaga YoshimitsuAshikaga Yoshimitsu resolved the fighting between the Northern and Southern courts in Japan, 1392 and unifyed Japan.
Period: Jan 1, 1450 to
Warring States PeriodThis period started mid 15th century and ended at the start of the 17th. It was a period if continual war and political intrigue./
Tokugawa ShogunateTokugawa Shogunate was begun by Tokugawa Ieyasu and its capital was Edo (Tokyo). They ruled until 1868.