The politics of famine in a far-off place : Nyūi Mitsugi and the Hōreki crisis in Tsugaru
The Tsugaru domain in far north eastern Honshu was located at the very northern boundary of Japan in the Tokugawa period, and its identi1y as an independent poli1y was almost as new the shogunate itself. A relative newcomer to the political and economic structures that had taken shape by the end of the sixteenth century, the domain spent most of the seventeenth century establishing itself a viable poli1y with a sound economic base. By the mid eighteenth century, after the productivi1y of...[Show more]
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