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Question 1: The objective of the Japanese embassy was both to discuss trade agreements with the Spanish crown in ________, and to meet with the Pope in Rome.
MadridGetafeAthensParis

Question 2: Hasekura remitted to the King a letter from Date Masamune, as well as offer for a ________.
European UnionKyoto ProtocolEuropeTreaty

Question 3: The anti-Christian measures taken by Date Masumune were however comparatively mild, and Japanese and Western Christians repeatedly claimed that he only took them to appease the ________:
Heian periodKenmu restorationShogunSamurai

Question 4: The Japanese embassy met with King Philip III in ________ on 30 January 1615.
AthensParisGetafeMadrid

Question 5: Today there stands a statue of Hasekura in a park in ________, the Philippines.
Metro ManilaValenzuela CityManilaQuezon City

Question 6: The fleet arrived in ________ on 5 October 1614.
Sanlúcar de BarramedaAlgecirasCadizJerez de la Frontera

Question 7: The embassy stopped and changed ships in Havana in ________ in July 1614.
FrancePhilippinesCubaCyprus

Question 8: Hasekura remitted to the Pope two gilded letters, one in Japanese and one in ________, containing a request for a trade treaty between Japan and Mexico and the dispatch of Christian missionaries to Japan.
LatinVulgar LatinRoman EmpireOld Latin

Question 9: The embassy remained two months in Acapulco and entered ________ on 24 March,[10] where it was received with great ceremony.
São PauloRio de JaneiroMoscowMexico City

Question 10: The ship first reached Cape Mendocino in today's California, and then continued along the coast to arrive in ________ on 25 January 1614 after three months at sea.
TaxcoZihuatanejoIxcateopan de CuauhtémocAcapulco
















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