19th Century Japan

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Yae no Sakura

NHK 2013 Taiga Drama

Birth of Kakuma

1828

Birth of S Kawasaki

1836

Birth of Neejima

1843

天保14

Birth of Yae

1845

Kakuma & Kawasaki met for the 1st time

1854

Kawasaki came to Tokyo

1854

蘭学@杉田成卿→大槻磐渓→大木忠益

Establishment of the school of western studies in Aizu

1856

Kawasaki came to Aizu

1857

Kawasaki retained by Aizu

1865

19th Century general timeline

Perry came to Uraga

1853

Convention of Kanagawa

1854

日米和親条約
嘉永7年 安政元年

Harris came to Shimoda, Shizuoka

1856

安政3年

Ansei Purge & Sakuradamon Incident

1858 - 1860

Imperial Princess Kazunomiya's Koka (marrying down to Iemochi)

1861

Katamori Matsudaira took office as Kyoto Military Governor of Kyoto

September 24, 1862

When on September 24, 1862 the Lord of Aizu Domain, Katamori MATSUDAIRA, was appointed to the post of Kyoto shugoshoku, the temple became the headquarters for Aizu Domain of Kyoto shugoshoku; 1,000 samurai warriors were always stationed in Kyoto and replaced every two years. ← weblio

The declaration of the emperor's direct administration over Japan  慶応3年12月9日

January 3, 1868

Battle on Toba-Kaido road and Fushimi-kaido road

January 27, 1868

started between the former shogun retainers and the new government

Kawai, Tsuginosuke

河井継之助

Shogun/ tycoon birth/death & term

B/DIesada, 13th shogun

1824 - 1858

B/D Iemochi TOKUGAWA, the 14th shogun.

1846 - 1866