JAPAN Memoirs of a Secret Empire - Full Documentary, Part 2/2

Japan blossomed into its Renaissance at approximately the same time as Europe. Unlike the West, it flourished not through conquest and exploration, but by fierce and defiant isolation. And the man at the heart of this empire was Tokugawa Ieyasu, a warlord who ruled with absolute control. This period is explored through myriad voices-- the Shogun, the Samurai, the Geisha, the poet, the peasant and the Westerner who glimpsed into this secret world. The Way of the Samurai Tokugawa Ieyasu unifies Japan and establishes a dynasty that will rule Japan for over 250 years. The Will of the Shogun The grandson of Ieyasu, Tokugawa Iemitsu, tightens control over Japan's warlords and expels all foreigners. The Return of the Barbarians Isolated from the West, 18th century Edo flourishes culturally and economically, becoming one of the liveliest cities in the world. But foreign forces are coming. Source: Remixed from MrDocumentaryhistory w



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At this era, European missionary began slave trading and kidnapped women. Major people blamed Christianity a lot. The south Samurai had many business with China, Korea, South East Asia and Europe. The central Shogun prohibited it. The anti south Samurai and peoples became poor and poor due to the central government's policy. Many poor farmers finally began following the Christianity to escape from their poverty, even major Japanese blamed the slave trading. Then, the war began. Stopping the slave trading people and poor escaping to Christianity people. The war destroyed the economy in this area. Greetings from Tokyo, Japan
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anyone from ap here? where does the actual info start for the chart