Ashikaga

In Japanese history, the family who held the office of shogun 1338-1573, a period of civil wars. No drama evolved under the patronage of Ashikaga shoguns. Relations with China improved...
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Ashikaga

city, Tochigi ken (prefecture), Honshu, Japan. It is located on the Watarase River. Ashikaga Takauji, who established the Ashikaga shogunate in the ...
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Ashikaga

Ashikaga (ä"shēkä'gä) , city (1990 pop. 167,686), Tochigi prefecture, central Honshu, Japan. An old silk-weaving center, it is famous for its spinning and nylon textile industries. The city is also the ancestral home of the Ashikaga shoguns (1338–1597). It has an a...
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Ashikaga

In Japanese history, the family who held the office of shogun 1338–1573, a period of civil wars. No drama evolved under the patronage of Ashikaga shoguns. Relations with China improved intermittently and there was trade with Korea. The last (15th) Ashikaga shogun was ousted by Oda Nobunaga at the start of the Momoyama period. The Ashikaga belo......
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