What flag did Japan have during the Meiji Restoration?
The Meiji Restoration, or revolution, was a period of Japanese history of great industrialization and modernization, corresponding to the reign of Emperor Meiji the Great.
Answer and Explanation:
The Meiji Restoration saw the birth of the modern Japanese flag. In 1870, white flag with the red circle in the middle was adopted with two separate proclamations. This flag was restricted during World War II, but is yet again the flag of Japan.
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fromChapter 4 / Lesson 13
Read about the Meiji Restoration and its effects. Learn when the Meiji Restoration began, its main goal, what caused it, and how it changed Japan.