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Question 1: ________ obtained the samurais' strong support, and deposed Emperor Go-Daigo.
Ashikaga YoshimitsuAshikaga YoshiakiraAshikaga YoshimasaAshikaga Takauji

Question 2: The period marks the governance of the Muromachi or Ashikaga shogunate, which was officially established in 1336 by the first Muromachi shogun, ________.
Ashikaga TakaujiAshikaga YoshimitsuAshikaga YoshiakiraAshikaga Yoshimasa

Question 3: What does the following picture show?

  Muromachi samurai (1538)
  Nanban ships arriving for trade in Japan. 16th century painting.
  Ryōan-ji Karesansui
  Music scene during the Muromachi period (1538).

Question 4: The Mongol invasions in the late thirteenth century, however, evoked a national consciousness of the role of the ________ in defeating the enemy.
Comfort womenKempeitaiKamikazeImperial Japanese Navy

Question 5: 1549: The Catholic missionary ________ arrived in Japan
Pierre Teilhard de ChardinPope John Paul IIFrancis XavierRobert Bellarmine

Question 6: ________ 400 BC–250 AD
JapanYayoi periodKofun periodYoshinogari site

Question 7: The ensuing period of Ashikaga rule (1336–1573) was called Muromachi from the district of Kyoto in which its headquarters were located by third shogun ________ in 1378.
Ashikaga YoshimochiAshikaga YoshimitsuAshikaga TakaujiAshikaga Yoshimasa

Question 8: What does the following picture show?

  Nanban ships arriving for trade in Japan. 16th century painting.
  Muromachi samurai (1538)
  Ryōan-ji Karesansui

Question 9: What distinguished the Ashikaga ________ from that of Kamakura was that, whereas Kamakura had existed in equilibrium with the Kyōto court, Ashikaga took over the remnants of the imperial government.
Kenmu restorationSamuraiShogunJapan

Question 10: Christianity had an impact on Japan, largely through the efforts of the Jesuits, led first by the Navarrese Saint ________ (1506–1552), who arrived in Kagoshima in southern Kyūshū in 1549.
Francis XavierPierre Teilhard de ChardinRobert BellarminePope John Paul II

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