Who owned the Osaka Castle?

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Who owned the Osaka Castle?

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The system of control during the Tokugawa Shogunate required that all daimyos live in the palace at Edo every other year. This enabled the shogun to keep tabs on his powerful lieutenants, while making it more difficult for individual daimyos to build up enough military resources fast enough to challenge the government.

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Unification of Japan & the Tokugawa Rule (1551-1868)

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