Mandokoro

The earliest usage of the term was found in the Heian period, referring to a governing body consisting of royalty and high-ranked kuge (higher than ju-sammi). Subsequently, during the Kamakura and Muromachi periods, the primary executive branch of the Bakufu (office of the Shogunate) was called by this name. During the Kamakura Shogunate, the Mand...
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Mandokoro

The chief governing body of an important family or monastic complex; in the Kamakura Period, the primary executive branch of the Bakufu.
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