Question 1: When was Edo established?
Question 2: What type of subdivision is Edo?
Question 3: Which of the following subdivisions is Edo in?
Question 4: What is Edo classified as?
Question 5: It was this extensive samurai (noble warrior class)
population which defined the character of Edo, particularly in
contrast to the two major cities of Kyoto and ________, neither of which were ruled by a
daimyō or had any significant samurai population.
Question 6: A Modern History of Japan from
Tokugawa Times to the Present. Oxford: ________.
Question 7: , on the 27th day of the 8th
month, (October 12, 1868): Keiō 4 ________ is crowned in the
Shishin-den in Kyoto.
Question 8: In 1868, when the ________
came to an end, the city was renamed Tokyo, meaning
"eastern capital", and the emperor moved his residence to Tokyo,
making the city the formal capital of Japan.
Question 9: , on the 17th day of the 7th
month (September 3, 1868): Edo was renamed " Keiō 4 ________," i.e.
Question 10: Other areas further from the center were the domains of
commoners, or chōnin (町人), literally "townsfolk." The area
known as ________ (下町, lit.