Young Tokugawa Ieyasu Art - Nobunaga's Ambition: Sphere of Influence Art Gallery
View an image titled 'Young Tokugawa Ieyasu Art' in our Nobunaga's Ambition: Sphere of Influence art gallery featuring official character designs, concept art, and promo pictures.
By the time of the Meiji Restoration (1868), the tradition of the shinobi had become a topic of popular imagination and mystery in Japan. Ninja figured prominently in folklore and legend, and as a result it is often difficult to separate historical fact from myth. Some legendary abilities purported to be in the province of ninja training include invisibility, walking on water, and control over the natural elements. Source:http://bryansspiritinfo.blogspot.com/
Feudal Japan Lesson Plan Collection
This lesson plan collection will add depth and increase student engagement to any lessons covering Japanese history and culture.The Feudal Japan Lesson Plan Collection includes the following: Feudal Japan: Samurai and Weapons Webquest WebquestFeudal Japan: Tokugawa Period and the Meiji Restoration W...
Tokugawa Japan PowerPoint & Flipped Classroom Lesson
This beautiful PowerPoint on Tokugawa Japan covers everything students need to know about this period of Japan's history! It begins with the Warring States period with info on shoguns, samurai, daimyo, and more before moving all the way through to the eventual fall of the Tokugawa Shogunate and the Meiji Restoration.
History of the Meiji Restoration of Japan | Japan’s Samurai: Weaponry | Toyotomi Hideyoshi Sending His Fleet to Korea
Free Educational resources, lessons, lesson plans and learning resources for teachers and students from museums in Canada at the Learning Centre | Virtual Museum of Canada
Feudal Japan: Tokugawa Period and the Meiji Restoration Webquest
Feudal Japan: Tokugawa Period and the Meiji... by History Wizard | Teachers Pay Teachers
Tesshu: The Man Who Exemplified Bushido
Yamaoka Tesshū 1836-1888, aka (Ono Tetsutarō, or Yamaoka Tetsutarō), a famous samurai of the Bakumatsu period, who played an important role in the Meiji Restoration. He is also noted as the founder of the Itto Shoden Muto-ryu school of swordsmanship, which in time gave birth to the modern Japanese style of swordsmanship or Kendo.