abolition of the han system

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  • Info The in the Empire of Japan and its replacement by a system of prefectures in 1871 was the culmination of the Meiji Restoration begun in 1868. more...
  • The prefectures listed below were all established before the abolition of the han system.
  • He left public service with the abolition of the han system in July 1871.
  • He was also the first daimyo to return his lands to the Emperor during the abolition of the han system.
  • With the abolition of the han system in 1871 he retired from public life.
  • He helped direct the Abolition of the han system.
  • He was appointed domain governor under the new administration, until the abolition of the han system in July 1871.
  • That lasted until the abolition of the han system took place in 1871.
  • After the abolition of the han system, the area eventually became part of Chiba Prefecture.
  • Yoshitomo's descendants held this domain until the abolition of the han system.
  • It continued throughout the Edo period until the 1871 abolition of the han system.
  • Two years later, as with all other daimyo, both Tsugaru lines were relieved of their offices by the abolition of the han system.
  • It underwent the abolition of the han system and was developed into in 1880.
  • He and his heirs ruled the domain for twelve generations until the abolition of the han system in 1871.
  • However population were still surveyed by domains until the Abolition of the han system in 1871.
  • With the abolition of the han system, eight prefectures were formed in Omi.
  • After the abolition of the han system, he became a viscount (shishaku) under the kazoku peerage system.
  • Two years after the war, as with all other daimyo, the heads of all three Nanbu branches were relieved of their offices by the abolition of the han system.
  • The new provinces were short-lived, being abolished in July 1871 when the abolition of the han system redivided Japan into its present prefectures.
  • Until the abolition of the Han system, the district was Morokata District in Hyuga Province.
  • However, he was pardoned by the new Meiji government the following year, becoming domainal governor until the abolition of the han system in 1871.
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