Shoguante Japan

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  • Aug 23, 794

    Emperor moves the capital to HeianKyo

  • Period: Aug 23, 794 to Aug 23, 1185

    Heian Period

  • Aug 23, 838

    Japanese Emperor forbids contact with China

  • Aug 23, 1050

    Rise of the Samurai

  • Aug 23, 1159

    Heiji rebellion

  • Aug 23, 1180

    Genpei war

  • Aug 23, 1181

    Great famine kills thousands

  • Aug 23, 1185

    Kamakura Bakufu is established by Minamoto novYoritomo

  • Period: Aug 23, 1185 to Aug 23, 1336

    Kamakura Period

    In this period there were several attempts from the Mongols to invade Japan. The Mongols were unforunate as they didn't succeed.
  • Aug 23, 1192

    Minamoto no Yoritomo gains title of shogun

  • Aug 23, 1274

    Attempt Mongol invasion

    The mongols attempted to invade the Japanese but there was a massive storm that forced the mongols to retreat
  • Aug 23, 1281

    Second attempted Mongol invasion

    The second attempt of the invasion was also whiped out with a storm just as big.
  • Aug 23, 1336

    Ashikaga shogunate is established by Ashikaga Takauj

    The shogunate was a feudal military regime.
  • Period: Aug 23, 1336 to Aug 23, 1534

    Ashikaga Period

  • Period: Aug 23, 1467 to Aug 23, 1477

    Onin War

  • Period: Aug 23, 1534 to

    Sengoku-Jidai Period

  • Aug 23, 1575

    Battle of Nagashino

  • Battle of Sekigahara

    A decisive battle which cleared the path for the shogunate. It took him three more years to gain power over the Daimyo. Beginning of Tokugawa Bakufu.
  • Tokugawa shogunate is established by Tokugawa Ieyasu

  • Period: to

    Tokugawa Period

  • Ieyasu bans Christianity in Japan

  • Tokugawa Ieyasu gives the title of Shogun to his son Tokugawa Hidetada

  • Japanese break all ties with foreigners

  • Commodore Matthew Perry arrives in Japan

  • Meiji Restoration

  • Japan grants religious freedom