What does the name Tokugawa mean?
(ˈtɔkuˈɡɑːwɑː) noun. a member of a powerful family in Japan that ruled as shoguns, 1603–1867. a period of Japanese history under the rule of Tokugawa shoguns, characterized by a samurai ruling class, urbanization, and the growth of a merchant class.
Is Tokugawa a last name?
Was Tokugawa good for Japan?
What is another name for Tokugawa shogunate?
Are there any Tokugawa left?
Is Tokugawa clan still exist?
Who was the emperor of Japan during Tokugawa?
Who was the last shogun of Japan?
How did Tokugawa become shogun?
What led to the decline of Tokugawa Japan?
Who was the best emperor of Japan?
Who was the last samurai in Japan?
|Saigō Nanshū Saigō Kichinosuke Kikuchi Gengo
|January 23, 1828 Kagoshima, Satsuma Domain
|September 24, 1877 (aged 49) Kagoshima, Empire of Japan
Why did Japan get rid of the samurai?
Who invented the samurai?
What ended the samurai?
Was there a black samurai?
How many swords did samurai carry?
Who was the most famous samurai?
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