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大君

see styles
 taikun
    たいくん
 Scroll
liege lord; shogunate; (place-name) Ookimi

お倉

see styles
 okura
    おくら
(1) shelving (a play, movie, etc.); closing down; cancelling; canceling; shelf (i.e. "on the shelf"); (2) rice storehouse of the Edo shogunate; (given name) Okura

お蔵

see styles
 okura
    おくら
(1) shelving (a play, movie, etc.); closing down; cancelling; canceling; shelf (i.e. "on the shelf"); (2) rice storehouse of the Edo shogunate

ロ軍

see styles
 rogun
    ロぐん
(abbreviation) (See ロシア軍隊) Russian army

上使

see styles
 joushi / joshi
    じょうし
shogun's envoy; emissary

上意

see styles
shàng yì
    shang4 yi4
shang i
 joui / joi
    じょうい
will or decree (esp. of shogun); emperor's wishes
superior intention (?)

上様

see styles
 uesama; uezama; kamisama
    うえさま; うえざま; かみさま
(1) emperor; shogun; (2) honored person (honoured); (3) (かみさま only) (polite language) (another person's) wife

両軍

see styles
 ryougun / ryogun
    りょうぐん
both armies; both teams

中奥

see styles
 nakaoku
    なかおく
area of the Edo castle where the shogun would work and spend his daily life; (place-name, surname) Nakaoku

乙訓

see styles
 otoguni
    おとぐに
(personal name) Otoguni

五郡

see styles
 gogun
    ごぐん
(surname) Gogun

佐幕

see styles
 sabaku
    さばく
adherence to the shogunate

倒幕

see styles
 toubaku / tobaku
    とうばく
(noun/participle) overthrow of the shogunate

僧群

see styles
sēng qún
    seng1 qun2
seng ch`ün
    seng chün
 Sōgun
Senqun

公儀

see styles
 kougi / kogi
    こうぎ
(noun - becomes adjective with の) imperial court; shogunate government; authorities; public affairs; official; government

公方

see styles
 kubou / kubo
    くぼう
public affairs; the court; the shogun; the shogunate; (given name) Kubou

公議


公议

see styles
gōng yì
    gong1 yi4
kung i
 kougi / kogi
    こうぎ
public discussion
(noun/participle) (1) (obscure) public opinion; public debate; (noun/participle) (2) (obscure) just view; fair argument; (noun/participle) (3) (archaism) conference at the imperial or shogunal court

勝群


胜群

see styles
shèng qún
    sheng4 qun2
sheng ch`ün
    sheng chün
 shōgun
greater than the herd

勝軍


胜军

see styles
shèng jun
    sheng4 jun1
sheng chün
 Shōgun
    かつとき
(given name) Katsutoki
Prasenajit, conquering army, or conqueror of an army; king of Kośala and patron of Śākyamuni; also one of the Maharājas, v. 明王; Viśuddhasiṃha

台名

see styles
 taimei / taime
    たいめい
command of a shogun or a high official

国人

see styles
 kokujin(p); kunibito; kokunin; kuniudo; kunyuudo / kokujin(p); kunibito; kokunin; kuniudo; kunyudo
    こくじん(P); くにびと; こくにん; くにうど; くにゅうど
(1) indigenous person; inhabitant of a country; (2) (くにびと only) local; native; (3) local lords and samurai; (4) (くにうど, くにゅうど only) (See ざいこくしゅう) daimyo who did not leave his domains to meet the shogun in Kyoto (during the Muromachi period); (given name) Kunihito

執権

see styles
 shikken
    しっけん
regent to the shogunate

外国

see styles
 gaikoku(p); sotoguni(ok)
    がいこく(P); そとぐに(ok)
(noun - becomes adjective with の) foreign country

大奥

see styles
 oooku
    おおおく
(See 江戸城) inner palace (in Edo Castle); palace's ladies chambers; shogun's harem; (surname) Oooku

大旆

see styles
 taihai
    たいはい
banner (imperial, shogun, etc.); standard

天下

see styles
tiān xià
    tian1 xia4
t`ien hsia
    tien hsia
 tenka(p); tenga; tenge
    てんか(P); てんが; てんげ
land under heaven; the whole world; the whole of China; realm; rule
(1) the whole world; (2) the whole country; (3) society; the public; (4) supremacy over a nation; government of a country; the ruling power; (5) having one's own way; doing as one pleases; (can be adjective with の) (6) peerless; incomparable; superlative; world-famous; (7) (archaism) shogun (Edo period); (given name) Tenka
the world

天領

see styles
 tenryou / tenryo
    てんりょう
(1) imperial lands; (2) shogun's demesne; (place-name) Tenryou

奉行

see styles
fèng xíng
    feng4 xing2
feng hsing
 bugyou / bugyo
    ぶぎょう
to pursue (a course, a policy)
(hist) magistrate; shogunate administrator; (personal name) Tomoyuki
To obey and do (the Buddha's teaching); to practice with sincerity and reverence for the Buddha, for the teachings, etc.

孤軍

see styles
 kogun
    こぐん
lone (isolated) force; forlorn force

安堵

see styles
 ando
    あんど
(n,vs,adj-no) (1) relief; reassurance; (noun/participle) (2) (See 本領安堵) recognition of right to land ownership (by the shogunate, a feudal lord, etc.); (noun/participle) (3) (archaism) (orig. meaning) living safely surrounded by walls; (place-name, surname) Ando

官寺

see styles
guān sì
    guan1 si4
kuan ssu
 kanji
    かんじ
state-sponsored temples, particularly those favored and protected by the shogunate during the Kamakura period
government temple

室町

see styles
shì tǐng
    shi4 ting3
shih t`ing
    shih ting
 muromachi
    むろまち
Muromachi bakufu, the feudal government of Japan (1338-1573) under the Ashikaga shoguns
Muromachi (era 1392-1573, or 1333-1573, or 1336-1573); (surname) Moromachi

将軍

see styles
 shougun / shogun
    しょうぐん
general; shogun

小邦

see styles
 oguni
    おぐに
(surname) Oguni

尾國

see styles
 oguni
    おぐに
(surname) Oguni

層群

see styles
 sougun / sogun
    そうぐん
(geol) group

幕吏

see styles
 bakuri
    ばくり
shogunate official

幕府

see styles
mù fǔ
    mu4 fu3
mu fu
 bakufu
    ばくふ
(orig.) tents forming the offices of a commanding officer; administration of a military government; (medieval Japan) "bakufu", administration of the shogun
bakufu; shogunate

幕政

see styles
 bakusei / bakuse
    ばくせい
the shogunate (administration)

幕末

see styles
 bakumatsu
    ばくまつ
closing days of the Tokugawa shogunate; end of Edo era

幕臣

see styles
 bakushin
    ばくしん
shogunate retainer; shogunate vassal

幕軍

see styles
 bakugun
    ばくぐん
the shogunate army

年寄

see styles
 toshiyori
    としより
(1) old people; the aged; (2) (sumo) trustee of the Japan Sumo Association; retired high-ranking wrestler who is licensed to coach and receives retirement pay; (3) senior statesman (of the Tokugawa shogunate); (4) important local official (under the Tokugawa Shogunate)

弟国

see styles
 ouguni / oguni
    おうぐに
(place-name) Ouguni

後軍

see styles
 kougun / kogun
    こうぐん
rear guard

徒組

see styles
 kachigumi
    かちぐみ
winners (those who have succeeded socially, economically, etc.); bodyguards in service of the shogun who would walk ahead of him on an outing(Edo period)

御倉

see styles
 mikura
    みくら
(1) shelving (a play, movie, etc.); closing down; cancelling; canceling; shelf (i.e. "on the shelf"); (2) rice storehouse of the Edo shogunate; (surname) Mikura

御台

see styles
 midai
    みだい
wife of a shogun or a highest-ranking nobleman; (place-name) Midai

御蔵

see styles
 mikura
    みくら
(1) shelving (a play, movie, etc.); closing down; cancelling; canceling; shelf (i.e. "on the shelf"); (2) rice storehouse of the Edo shogunate; (place-name, surname) Mikura

御領

see styles
 goryou / goryo
    ごりょう
land under the control of the imperial household or the shogunate; (place-name, surname) Goryou

愛妾

see styles
 aishou / aisho
    あいしょう
(See めかけ) beloved concubine; favourite concubine (e.g. of the shogun)

旗本

see styles
 hatamoto
    はたもと
shogunal vassal; direct retainer of a shogun; (surname) Hatamoto

旧幕

see styles
 kyuubaku / kyubaku
    きゅうばく
the old feudal government; shogunate

朝幕

see styles
 choubaku / chobaku
    ちょうばく
(adj-no,n) imperial-shogunal (e.g. relations, etc.)

東軍

see styles
 tougun / togun
    とうぐん
(1) eastern army (in a civil war); (2) Eastern Army (Battle of Sekigahara)

東鑑

see styles
 azumakagami
    あづまかがみ
Japanese medieval text that chronicles events of the Kamakura Shogunate

江戸

see styles
 edo
    えど
Edo (shogunate capital, now Tokyo); Yedo; (place-name, surname) Edo

減封

see styles
 genpou / genpo
    げんぽう
(archaism) forced reduction of a daimyo's land by the Edo Shogunate; curtailment of a daimyo's domain

献物

see styles
 kenmotsu
    けんもつ
offering (to a shogun, emperor, daimyo, kami or Buddha)

町触

see styles
 machifure
    まちふれ
town order (Edo period); order issued by a shogun or daimyo affecting a whole town, and passed on by town officials

皇軍


皇军

see styles
huáng jun
    huang2 jun1
huang chün
 kougun / kogun
    こうぐん
imperial army (esp. Japanese)
(Japanese) Imperial Army

直参

see styles
 jikisan
    じきさん
immediate follower (of the shogun)

直臣

see styles
 jikishin
    じきしん
(obscure) (See 直参・じきさん) immediate follower (of the shogun); (given name) Naomi

移封

see styles
 ihou / iho
    いほう
(noun/participle) forced relocation of a daimyo to a different domain by the Edo shogunate

童男

see styles
tóng nán
    tong2 nan2
t`ung nan
    tung nan
 oguna; dounan / oguna; donan
    おぐな; どうなん
virgin male
(archaism) little boy; young boy

紅軍


红军

see styles
hóng jun
    hong2 jun1
hung chün
 kougun / kogun
    こうぐん
Red Army (1928-1937), predecessor of the PLA; (Soviet) Red Army (1917-1946)
Red Army; Chinese Workers' and Peasants' Red Army

羊群

see styles
yáng qún
    yang2 qun2
yang ch`ün
    yang chün
 yougun / yogun
    ようぐん
flock of sheep
herd of sheep; flock of sheep

老中

see styles
 roujuu; roujuu / roju; roju
    ろうじゅう; ろうぢゅう
member of shogun's council of elders; (surname) Oinaka

聖軍


圣军

see styles
shèng jun
    sheng4 jun1
sheng chün
 Shōgun
Āryasena

行軍


行军

see styles
xíng jun
    xing2 jun1
hsing chün
 kougun / kogun
    こうぐん
a march (army); to march
(noun/participle) march; marching

触書

see styles
 furegaki
    ふれがき
Edo-period proclamation issued by the shogunate (or a daimyo, etc.) usu. to the general populace

討幕

see styles
 toubaku / tobaku
    とうばく
(noun/participle) attacking the shogunate

語群

see styles
 gogun
    ごぐん
(1) group of languages (i.e. the Romance languages, considered as a subset of the Italic languages); (2) group of words

象軍


象军

see styles
xiàng jun
    xiang4 jun1
hsiang chün
 zōgun
Hastikāya, the elephant corps of an Indian army.

超群

see styles
chāo qún
    chao1 qun2
ch`ao ch`ün
    chao chün
 chōgun
surpassing; preeminent; outstanding
beyond the herd

転封

see styles
 tenpou; tenpuu / tenpo; tenpu
    てんぽう; てんぷう
(noun/participle) forced relocation of a daimyo to a different domain by the Edo shogunate

道郡

see styles
 dougun / dogun
    どうぐん
(place-name) Dougun

郷軍

see styles
 gougun / gogun
    ごうぐん
veteran; reservist; ex-soldier

野国

see styles
 noguni
    のぐに
(place-name, surname) Noguni

野國

see styles
 noguni
    のぐに
(surname) Noguni

鎖国

see styles
 sakoku
    さこく
(noun/participle) (1) (See 開国・2) national isolation; closing the country (to foreigners); (2) sakoku; policy of national isolation enacted by the Tokugawa shogunate

隠密

see styles
 onmitsu
    おんみつ
(adj-na,adj-no) (1) secret; clandestine; covert; (2) (hist) spy (for a daimyo, shogun, etc.); secret agent

鬢所

see styles
 binsho
    びんしょ
(archaism) hairdresser's room in the residence of the shogun or a noble

魚群


鱼群

see styles
yú qún
    yu2 qun2
yü ch`ün
    yü chün
 gyogun
    ぎょぐん
shoal of fish
school of fish

お膝下

see styles
 ohizamoto
    おひざもと
home territory of a powerful figure; Imperial Court; businessman's turf; Shogun's headquarters

お膝元

see styles
 ohizamoto
    おひざもと
home territory of a powerful figure; Imperial Court; businessman's turf; Shogun's headquarters

お膝許

see styles
 ohizamoto
    おひざもと
home territory of a powerful figure; Imperial Court; businessman's turf; Shogun's headquarters

お触れ

see styles
 ofure
    おふれ
(1) official notice; (2) (abbreviation) Edo-period proclamation issued by the shogunate (or a daimyo, etc.) usu. to the general populace

お触書

see styles
 ofuregaki
    おふれがき
Edo-period proclamation issued by the shogunate (or a daimyo, etc.) usu. to the general populace

お達し

see styles
 otasshi
    おたっし
(1) notice or order handed down from above; announcement; notification; (2) Edo-period proclamation issued by the shogunate (or a daimyo, etc.) to the concerned parties

ご朱印

see styles
 goshuin
    ごしゅいん
letter bearing the shogun's scarlet seal

三豊郡

see styles
 mitoyogun
    みとよぐん
(place-name) Mitoyogun

上小国

see styles
 kamioguni
    かみおぐに
(place-name) Kamioguni

上房郡

see styles
 joubougun / jobogun
    じょうぼうぐん
(place-name) Joubougun

上磯郡

see styles
 kamiisogun / kamisogun
    かみいそぐん
(place-name) Kamiisogun

下小国

see styles
 shimooguni
    しもおぐに
(place-name) Shimooguni

両郡橋

see styles
 ryougunbashi / ryogunbashi
    りょうぐんばし
(place-name) Ryougunbashi

中共軍

see styles
 chuukyougun / chukyogun
    ちゅうきょうぐん
Chinese Communist Army

中小国

see styles
 nakaoguni
    なかおぐに
(place-name) Nakaoguni

中小姓

see styles
 chuugoshou / chugosho
    ちゅうごしょう
low class samurai, who guarded the shogun on outings (Edo period)

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