Question: What happened after Tokugawa Ieyasu?

His descendants would marry into the Taira clan and the Fujiwara clan. The Tokugawa shogunate would rule Japan for the next 260 years. Following a well established Japanese pattern, Ieyasu abdicated his official position as shōgun in 1605. His successor was his son and heir, Tokugawa Hidetada.His descendants would marry into the Taira clan and the Fujiwara clan. The Tokugawa shogunate would rule Japan for the next 260 years. Following a well established Japanese pattern, Ieyasu abdicated his official position as shōgun

Who ruled after Tokugawa Ieyasu?

Tokugawa Iemitsu Tokugawa HidetadaIn office 1605–1623MonarchGo-Yōzei Go-MizunooPreceded byTokugawa IeyasuSucceeded byTokugawa Iemitsu18 more rows

What were some of the reasons for the decline of the Tokugawa shogunate?

DECLINE OF THE TOKUGAWA SHOGUNATE.Japan in the 1800s.Conflicts Between Farmers, the Merchant Class and Samurai.Disasters and Famines in Mid 19th Century Japan.Social Unrest in the Mid 19th Century.Impact of China on Japanese Idealists in the Mid 1800s.

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