Millennium History

History of Asia

  • Reliability of Kojiki and Nihon Shoki

    When writing about the Asuka period, most of the main sources of historical materials are [Kojiki] and [Nihonshoki] . Im sick. Historical materials such as Kojiki and Nihon Shoki are often written by posterity in their own way, so I wonder if it would be a good idea to swallow them all, but in re

  • Silk Road and Asuka Culture

    The Silk Road is a road that crosses the current Uygur Autonomous Region of China from east to west via a trade route. The starting point on the Chinese side is considered to be Changan, and the starting point on the European side is considered to be Rome. The Silk Road itself was not under the co

  • Political system after Taika Reform

    I wrote earlier that the existence of the Taika Reform itself is suspicious, but what kind of political system would you have in place if there was an actual Taika Reform? This time I would like to investigate a little. Taika Reform Edict (Kaishin no Mikotonori) The Taika Reform Edict is an edic

  • Internal conflict of Mr. Soga, a powerful family in the Asuka period

    Looking at the Asuka period, we can see that there are frequent conflicts within the imperial court and between the great tribes. In particular, Jinshin War , which is the biggest internal conflict in the ancient history of Japan. Is famous, and the turmoil between the gentry and the struggle over

  • Background of the Jinshin War

    Todays theme, the Yang Water Monkey, refers to the battle for successors that occurred after the demise of Emperor Tenji. It is a battle for successor between Emperor Tenjis son and younger brother. Lets examine how the civil war, which was the first battle for the successor of the emperor in Ja

  • About Asakura Tachibana Hirobamiya, which was destroyed by Emperor Saimei

    A little back in time from the article about the Yang Water Monkey, Battle of Baekgang Asakura Tachibana Hirobamiya which became the base (like) in I will investigate about. It is a place sometimes called Asakuramiya. Its a palace with a legend, so can you enjoy it with a slightly different

  • The story of a demon in Japanese history

    Last time, I will investigate the Asakura Tachibana Hirobamiya, which was demise by Emperor Saimei – I will investigate the “demon” I wrote in. I feel that I am a little derailed from Japanese history, but if I understand the nuances of the demon that was first transmitted, I think that I can unde

  • Emperor Saimei, the demon, and the worship

    This is a continuation of the previous Oni Story. I mentioned that the demons that appear in the item of Emperor Saimei in Nihon Shoki are likely to be passionate energy such as grudge or evil demon. Last time, I introduced the description of Nihon Shoki, but since the document called Fuso Ryakuki

  • When was the Jomon period and what kind of life did people have? ??

    The Jomon period corresponds to the Neolithic period in terms of world history, but it also has elements unique to the Jomon period, and in Japanese history Paleolithic, Jomon period, and Neolithic. Era It is divided into. Since human beings in these three eras used stone tools, they are also su

  • Easy-to-understand flow of Japanese history [Paleolithic / Jomon, Yayoi period, Kofun period]

    History is easy to remember if you study after grasping the general flow, and as the flow of Japanese history, Paleolithic-Kofun period I would like to write about the flow. This will be made into a series, so if you want to grasp the flow, please read it in the order of Heian period, Nara perio

  • About the land system and villas from the Asuka period

    Whenever you study history, you will always see manor . is. Speaking of manors, farmers were forced to grow rice in private fields owned by aristocrats and temples. I had a vague image of that. But who and how did they rule? Or, Im not sure how it will connect with the guardian Jito of the Kamaku

  • [Rough flow of Japanese history] Flow of the Heian period ... From customs politics to the Taira administration

    Aristocratic society Heian period From Birth of the Samurai Government Kamakura period Until then, it was an era with a lot of content, and there were many characters, so it was very difficult to understand. The political system also changes drastically between the early and late Heian period

  • The collapse of the Kumada collection method and the development of the villa

    Manor in the land system from the Asuka period Shoki-shōen I wrote about. The theme this time is development of the villa And How the Kumada collection method did not hold I will explain in detail. Collapse of the Kumada collection method First, lets talk about farmers and rice fiel

  • [Rough flow of Japanese history] Kenmu's pro-government, Muromachi Shogunate establishment-destruction

    The destruction of the Kamakura Shogunate was triggered by the defeat plan of Emperor Go-Daigo, and the situation was reversed when the influential gokenin Ashikaga Takauji betrayed the Shogunate. In this way, when Emperor Go-Daigo began to establish a pro-government by the emperor, which he had l

  • About the matter that Komura Jutaro's career is too great!

    Komura Jutaro? Oh, youre the one who revised the treaty, right? I think that even if you hear the name Komura Jutaro, you will get a reaction like this. I was not so familiar with Japanese history, but I had the same impression. However, this time I went to the Komura Jutaro Memorial Hall in Obi

  • Does the first emperor "Emperor Jimmu" actually exist? I've been to Miyazaki Shrine, which enshrines the emperor, Udo Shrine, which enshrines Ugayafukiaezu, and Qingdao Shrine, which enshrines Hikobuki Demison.

    I was in Miyazaki until yesterday and visited several shrines related to Emperor Jimmu, so this time I would like to write about Emperor Jimmu. The Guinness Book of Records is also in trouble In the Guinness Book of Records, there is an item called A dynasty that continues with the same bloodlin

  • The second-ranked talented Oda vassal corps who is both literary and martial arts! About the life of "Niwa Nagahide"

    What is your favorite person in Japanese history? If that question is asked, Ryoma Sakamoto or Nobunaga Oda will generally be number one. Speaking of Oda Nobunaga, he is famous for evaluating his subordinates on a pay-for-performance basis, regardless of his family or ideology. This time, lets

  • Nobunaga's first nursery staff! About the betrayal and price of Hayashi Hidesada

    Those who know the name of Michikatsu Hayashi will be quite a Sengoku enthusiast. Nobuhide Oda was one of the four shukuro for his son Nobunaga Oda, and he was the chief child supporter of Nobunaga as the first chief ... Nobunaga is forgotten It is famous that Dosan Saito, also known as Dos

  • About the sad death of Masahide Hirate, who was Nobunaga's upbringing staff

    Nobunaga became the lord of Nakoya Castle at a young age, but at that time his father, Nobunaga, assigned four shukuro to Nobunaga as a caretaker. The first was Hidesada Hayashi, and Masahide Hirate, who was the main character this time, was in the position of second chief next. The young Nobu

  • Looking back on the era of Heisei

    On April 30, 2019, the era of Heisei that has continued for 30 years will end. There is no such change in the era name, so lets look back on the era of Heisei on the last day of Heisei. 1989-1993 (1989-1993) 1994-1998 (1994-1998) 1999-2003 (1999-2003) 2004-2008 (2004-2008) 2009-2013 (20

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