Category:Feudal Japan

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feudalismo en Japón (es); 日本の封建制 (ja); Féodalité au Japon (fr); 일본 봉건 시대 (ko); Feudal Japan (en) historical period of Japan since the Kamakura period (1185) until the abolition of the han system during the Meiji restoration (1871), otherwise until the Edo period (1603) (en) Japanese feudalism, feudalism in Japan (en); 封建日本 (ja); Japon médiéval, Japon Médiéval, Japon medieval, Le Japon féodal, Japon féodal (fr)
Feudal Japan 
historical period of Japan since the Kamakura period (1185) until the abolition of the han system during the Meiji restoration (1871), otherwise until the Edo period (1603)
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English: This category includes articles on a period of Japanese history which was ruled by Shoguns and when the influence of merchants was weak, from the Kamakura period to the Azuchi-Momoyama period (1185-1603). According to some historians, the Edo period also belongs to this category as a period of Shoguns.
Preceded by:
Category:Classical Japan
592-1185
History of Japan
Category:Feudal Japan
1185-1603
Succeeded by:
Category:Edo period
1603-1868

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