Tanuma Okitsugu, 1719-1788, forerunner of modern Japan
This is a study of Tanuma Okitsugu, the most powerful political figure in Japan during the quarter century between 1760-1786. The book also provides a descriptive history of mid-eighteenth-century Japan.
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The Tokugawa Administrative System
Tanuma Okitsugu Favorite of the Tenth Shogun
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