MEIJI RESTORATION

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Young Tokugawa Ieyasu He was the founder and first Shogun of the Tokugawa Shogunate of Japan, which virtually ruled Japan from the Battle of Sekigahara in 1600 until the Meiji Restoration in Game Character Design, Character Concept, Character Art, Character Creation, Nobunaga's Ambition, Tokugawa Ieyasu, The Last Samurai, Geisha, Samurai Artwork

Young Tokugawa Ieyasu Art - Nobunaga's Ambition: Sphere of Influence Art Gallery

View an image titled 'Young Tokugawa Ieyasu Art' in our Nobunaga's Ambition: Sphere of Influence art gallery featuring official character designs, concept art, and promo pictures.

Samurai in Yokohama, ca. 1866 by Felice Beato. Rare photo of true samurai. Approximately two years after this photograph was taken, the samurai were abolished. Japanese History, Japanese Culture, Japanese Art, Rare Photos, Vintage Photographs, Old Photos, Katana, Geisha, Bushido

Old Japan Comes to Life in Images From The Metropolitan Museum of Art Archives

Samurai

This lesson plan collection will add depth and increase student engagement to… Student In Japanese, Study Japanese, Japanese History, Teachers Pay Teachers Freebies, History Teachers, Teaching History, History Lesson Plans, History Projects, Meiji Restoration

Feudal Japan Lesson Plan Collection

This lesson plan collection will add depth and increase student engagement to any lessons covering Japanese history and culture.The Feudal Japan Lesson Plan Collection includes the following: Feudal Japan: Samurai and Weapons Webquest WebquestFeudal Japan: Tokugawa Period and the Meiji Restoration W...

Tokugawa Japan PowerPoint This beautiful PowerPoint on Tokugawa Japan covers everything students need to know about this period of Japan's history! It begins with the Warring States period with info on shoguns, samurai, daimyo, Oda Nobunaga and more. World History Classroom, World History Teaching, World History Lessons, History Projects, Middle School History, High School, Meiji Restoration, Classroom Organisation, Flipped Classroom

Tokugawa Japan PowerPoint & Flipped Classroom Lesson

This beautiful PowerPoint on Tokugawa Japan covers everything students need to know about this period of Japan's history! It begins with the Warring States period with info on shoguns, samurai, daimyo, and more before moving all the way through to the eventual fall of the Tokugawa Shogunate and the Meiji Restoration.

History of the Meiji Restoration of Japan Japan Japan, Japan Art, Meiji Restoration, Japanese Artwork, Virtual Museum, Environment Design, Graphic Design Posters, Warfare, Warriors

History of the Meiji Restoration of Japan | Japan’s Samurai: Weaponry | Toyotomi Hideyoshi Sending His Fleet to Korea

Free Educational resources, lessons, lesson plans and learning resources for teachers and students from museums in Canada at the Learning Centre | Virtual Museum of Canada

Feudal Japan: Tokugawa Period and the Meiji Restoration allows students to get a… Mesopotamia Lesson, Ancient Greece Lessons, Ancient Civilizations Lessons, Chinese Philosophy, History Lesson Plans, Meiji Restoration, Modern India, Map Activities, Year 9

Feudal Japan: Tokugawa Period and the Meiji Restoration Webquest

Feudal Japan: Tokugawa Period and the Meiji... by History Wizard | Teachers Pay Teachers

Inspiring Biographies: Tesshu: The Man Who Exemplified Bushido Samurai Weapons, Samurai Warrior, Japanese Warrior, Japanese Sword, Japanese History, Japanese Culture, Geisha, Ninja, The Last Samurai

Tesshu: The Man Who Exemplified Bushido

Yamaoka Tesshū 1836-1888, aka (Ono Tetsutarō, or Yamaoka Tetsutarō), a famous samurai of the Bakumatsu period, who played an important role in the Meiji Restoration. He is also noted as the founder of the Itto Shoden Muto-ryu school of swordsmanship, which in time gave birth to the modern Japanese style of swordsmanship or Kendo.

Meiji Reforms- political system gets turned upside down. military government loses power, but the emperor gains power. Japan gather ideas for new education system Era Meiji, Nerdy Kid, Meiji Restoration, Amaterasu, Political System, Asian History, History Channel, Old Pictures, Illustration Art

Meiji Restoration

Allegory of the New fighting the Old in early Meiji Japan, circa 1870.