The Failed Attempt to Move the Emperor to Yamaguchi and the Fall of the Ōuchi

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Conlan, Thomas D.;
(2015)

This article seeks to explain the sudden fall of the Ōuchi in 1551. It argues that the Ōuchi, the lords of the West, were established as a powerful force in sixteenth-century Japan, and that their home city of Yamaguchi reflected their wider influence and prosperity. In... View more
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