How did the shoguns weaken Japan's imperial government?

Victoria Fowler

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Bethany Evans on November 5, 2018

The imperial household, while, in theory, be the owner of all the country, had no income. Existed in the suffering of the Shogun. While the shogun never intentionally hurt the the emperor, or at least be seen, he would let the emperor know in no uncertain terms that his duties of the laity in prayer for the well-being of Nippon (or Wa), Confucian philosophy, and poetry, not in the government.


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