Ezo

The spelling Ezo reflects the pronunciation in Modern Standard Japanese. The spelling Yezo reflects its pronunciation circa 1600 AD, when Europeans first came in contact with Japan. It is this historical spelling that is reflected in the scientific Latin term yezoensis, as in Fragaria yezoensis and Porphyra yezoensis. ==History== The first publish...
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Ezo

(from the article `Japan`) ...selected from among the sons of local officials with martial prowess. Kammu, continuing campaigns that had plagued the regime since Nara times, ...
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Ezo

(from the article `Japan`) In the early 1800s foreign relations, which national seclusion policies had been designed to avoid, became a pressing problem for the bakufu, and the ...
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