Meiji restoration



Meiji Restoration [(may-jee)]

A turning point in Japanese history in 1868 when the last shogun was overthrown and the emperor assumed direct control over the nation. The following Meiji Period (1868–1912) was marked by Japan’s opening to the West and the establishment of a strong centralized government.

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