What type of government did ancient Japan have?


What type of government did ancient Japan have?

Japanese Government:

The island nation of Japan has a long history. Like many nations, kingdoms, and empires, however, the type of government seen in Japan has not varied greatly over the course of its history.

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Typically, Japan has been ruled by an emperor. However, there were times when the emperor did not exercise direct power. At these times, Japan has...

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The Rise of the Early Japanese State


Chapter 18 / Lesson 5

The relatively isolated location of Japan had a profound impact on the development of its early civilizations. Examine the geographical effects on the earliest settlers called the Jomon, the power struggles of the Fujiwara family, and the rise of emperor Shirakawa in the 11th century AD.

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