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The main section for this category is in the article History of Japan, in the section titled Feudal Japan.

This category includes articles on a period of Japanese history which was ruled by Shoguns and when the influence of merchants was weak, from the Kamakura period to the Azuchi-Momoyama period (1185-1603).

According to some historians, the Edo period also belongs to this category as a period of Shoguns.

Preceded by:
Category:Classical Japan
592-1185
History of Japan
Category:Feudal Japan
1185-1603
Succeeded by:
Category:Edo period
1603-1868

Sections

Azuchi–Momoyama period

Bushido

Castles in Japan

Economy of feudal Japan

Edo period

Films set in feudal Japan

Government of feudal Japan

Japanese nobility

Kamakura period

Kuge of feudal Japan

Military history of feudal Japan

Muromachi period

Sengoku period

Seppuku

Video games set in feudal Japan

Pages

Ashikaga shogunate

Azuchi–Momoyama period

Azuma Kagami

Burakumin

Bushido

Bōsō Chiran-Ki

Echizen-Fuchū Castle

Fukui Castle

Genpei War

Godokoro

Gosannen War

Hidden village

Honnō-ji incident

Honpo Jin'ya

Ichijōdani Asakura Family Historic Ruins

Ikkō-ikki

Japanese castes under the ritsuryō

Japanese castle

Jurakudai

Kabukimono

Kaga ikki

Kamakura period

Kamakura shogunate

Kannonji Castle

Kenmu Restoration

Kiri-sute gomen

Kirishitan

Kitanosho Castle

Komaru Castle

Martyrs of Japan

Midaidokoro

Mitsumine Castle

Miyao Castle

Moncho-jo

Mongol invasions of Japan

Muromachi period

Nanban trade

Nanboku-chō period

Nishikawa Castle

Northern Court

Rokujō family

Sagara clan

Sanada Nobuyuki

Seishitsu

Sengoku period

Shinzenkōji Castle

Shudō

Southern Court

St. Paul's College, Macau

Taikun

Tenchūgumi incident

Toku Hime

Toyotomi Hideyoshi

Twenty-six Martyrs of Japan

Tōshiya

Ōei Invasion

Ōoku

Ōtaki Castle (Fukui)

  

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