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1

How old was tamale macdonald

24

2

What was rankles request of the captain and crew of the Plymouth

To send them adrift thowards Japan

3

What are ranalfs dream and regards to travelling to Japan

To be a I prefer and teacher

4

What does Canada have one of ten highest globally

One of the highest per capita immigrant rates

5

When was immigrantion welcome in Japan

In early 1500 Japan had welcome portutgenous traders and their fashion and firearms

6

When ranald came in 1848 what had changed about the attitude towards outsiders

Forign ships were being fired ata me driver away

7

Why would the daimyo acquiring weapons were the shogun

So they couldn't overthrow the shogun

8

What two things did the shogun feel were threats to his authority

Foreigners and knowledge

9

Who is more likely to follow the shoguns reporters regarding giving up their new religion who is more defiant

Peasants and converted roin were defiant and the Christian daimyos were easy to give up their religion

10

A number of things happened in 1614 when the show gun heard rumours about take over plots. Name three things that occurred because of this rumour

Ordering all Christian missionaries to leave the country destroying to churches and Christians that refused to give up their faith were executed

11

Who is responsible for the exclusion Laws

Shogun Tokugawa lemitus

12

List five exclusion laws in your own words

Well Christian missionaries and foreign traders were forced to leave and new comers we're not allowed

Japanese were not aboard

Ships large enough to make a long voyagers we're not allowed to be built an existing ones destroyed

Japanese who were out of the country were not allowed to return

Most foreign objects were for bidden. Oh foreign books containing Christian message and scientific books were banned

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What was the penalty for breaking the exclusion laws

Death

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What other three titan controls on movement did the shogun put in place

Needed special documents to travel one domain to the other

A curfew so people didn't move around at nighttime

Wheeled transport was banned

15

Who were the only three forgers allowed and what was their job

Dutch Korean and Japanese traders were allowed in

16

Why were Dutch traders allowed to remain

Because they were interested in trade not religion

17

What did the Japanese in force regarding dutch families

Families of the Dutch traders were not allowed to join them

18

What happen once a year that the Dutch were required to do

Dutch required to come to pay respects to the show gun. Officials asked many questions about the west

19

What did Japanese schoolers learn from the dutch

They knew about medicine and language

20

What did the sons of Sameei learn

Study Dutch language

21

What change occurred in 1720? What was the only exception

Hortons of European books into Japan was allowed with the exception of Christian books

22

What changed occurred in 1744

Show gun encouraged the study of astronomy and build an observatory in Edo

23

Why did the shogun fear new ideas for the west

He was scared it might make them confuse

24

What was encomy tied to and what was a shogun trying to prove

Encomy was tied to agriculture

He was trying to prove that Japan was strong

25

What did ranald find when he reached the "mysterious dread Japan"

It was a stable society that hasn't changed a lot in 250 years

26

What three things did the Japanese consider important to them

Peace, safety and security

Harmony respect and a sense that everybody has his or her place

Leisure time and opportunities for personal expression and enjoyment of the art and sports entertainment and craft

27

How did the shogun discourage crime behaviour? Who was normally associated with chrome behaviour

Life is controlled by rigid rules. People couldn't move social classes and work encouraged to not think for themselves

28

In what ways was Japan a booming and expanding encomy

Farmers increased production by planting tow crops on the same piece of land

Road improvement financed by daimyo

Population increase helped increase trade

Silver and gold were introduced as money

29

What held encomy back

Over taxin presents

Use of rice for money

Little foreign trade

30

Kabuki

Male people play both male and felafel parts

31

Yea ceremony

Bring enjoyment and peace of mind to the participants

32

Sumo wrestling

Originated in ancient times as a religious performance

33

Haiku

New form of poetry in Japan

34

Bunraku

Large almost life size puppets

35

Wood block print

Done in early 1800s

36

Kendo

Sifted from how to kille someon to develop as a person

37

Noh

Musical drama dance

38

Samurai

Well disciplined life

39

Floating worlds

Cultural activities li kabuki and noh took place in areas called floating world

40

In the floating world what counted more than rank and status of a samurai

The merchants money

41

Who were th first people Ranald met in Japan

The Ainu

42

What made ranald useful your officials

He knew English

43

What was first job?

Teaching English

44

Who was moriyama einosuke? What did he do that was so important

A student of Ronald he was given an important role in the go she Asian between Japanese government and commodore perry in 1850

45

What changes occurring merchants

They gained wealth and power. They were in charge of storing rice. They gave out loans

46

Changes happened presents

They needed money

47

Changes happen daimyo

Nearing bankruptcy

48

Samurai changes

Little real work. Too proud to take other jobs. Survive by Marian daughters of merchants

49

What some of the unfortunate situations that occurred between the late 1700s and early 1800s depend

They were struck by natural disasters. Loss of famines and lost its of life. Lands were deserted. Rice was scarce. City dwellers rioted over price increase

50

What nations were wanting to access Japan

Do United States, Russia and England

51

What was the no second thought explosion room

Shot at four and chips

52

Why was united interested in Japan

Geographically and canonically