Tokyo International Conference on African Development
Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD) (アフリカ開発会議, Afurika Kaihatsukaigi) is a conference held every five years in Tokyo, Japan, with the objective "to promote high-level...
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Joseon Tongsinsa
The Joseon Tongsinsa were goodwill missions sent intermittently, at the request of the resident Japanese authority, by Joseon Dynasty Korea to Japan. The Korean noun identifies a specific type of dipl...
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Unequal treaty
Unequal treaty refers to any of a series of treaties signed with Western powers during the 19th and early 20th centuries by Qing dynasty China and late Tokugawa Japan after suffering military defeat ...
Empire of Japan–Russian Empire relations
The Relations between the Empire of Japan and the Russian Empire were minimal until 1855, mostly friendly from 1855 to the early 1890s, then turned hostile over the status of Korea. Diplomatic and com...
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19th G7 summit
The 19th G7 Summit was held in Tokyo, Japan, on July 7–9, 1993. The venue for the summit meetings was the State Guesthouse in Tokyo, Japan.The Group of Seven (G7) was an unofficial forum which brough...
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Nishihara Loans
The Nishihara Loans (西原借款, Nishihara Shakkan) were a series of loans made by the Japanese government under the administration of Prime Minister Terauchi Masatake to the Anhui clique warlord Du...
Roelof Diodati
Roelof Diodati (Dordrecht, 28 July 1658 – Batavia, 10 March 1723) was a governor of Dutch Mauritius in the late 17th century.
Diodati was from Swiss-Italian descent. His grandfather was Jean Dioda...
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Ryūkyū-kan
Ryūkyū-kan (琉球館) were institutions serving as homes and bases of operations for Ryukyuan missions in early modern Fuzhou (Fujian province, China) and Kagoshima (Satsuma province, Japan).
The R...
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Hakkō ichiu
Hakkō ichiu (八紘一宇, literally "eight crown cords, one roof" i.e. "all the world under 1 roof") was a Japanese political slogan that became popular from the Second Sino-Japanese War to World War II, and...
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Imperial Chinese missions to Ryukyu Kingdom
Imperial Chinese missions to the Ryūkyū Kingdom were diplomatic missions which were intermittently sent by the Yuan, Ming and Qing emperors to Shuri, Okinawa in the Ryūkyū Islands. These diplomatic ...
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Boxer Rebellion
The Boxer Rebellion, Boxer Uprising or Yihetuan Movement was an anti-imperialist uprising which took place in China towards the end of the Qing dynasty between 1899 and 1901. It was initiated by the M...
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34th G8 summit
The 34th G8 summit was held in Tōyako (洞爺湖, Tōya-ko, Lake Toya) on the northern island of Hokkaidō, Japan, on July 7–9, 2008. The locations of previous summits to have been hosted by Japan in...
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Basic Treaty of Friendship and Cooperation
The Basic Treaty of Friendship and Cooperation is an agreement between Australia and Japan (Nippon) to enhance relations between the two countries mostly in trade but also social and cultural factor...
Convention between Great Britain and China Respecting an Extension of Hong Kong Territory
The Convention between the United Kingdom and China, Respecting an Extension of Hong Kong Territory, commonly known as the Convention for the Extension of Hong Kong Territory or the Second Convention ...
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Kennosuke Sato
Kennosuke (Ken) Satō (佐藤 剣之助, Satō Kennosuke, 1891-1967<ref>"The Japan Review.(ジャパン・レビュー)主な寄稿者" (in Japanese). Retrieved 2007-11-08. </ref>) was a writer and overseas journali...
Treaty of Gyehae
The Gyehae Treaty was signed in 1443 ("gyehae" is the Korean name of the year in the sexagenary cycle) between the Joseon dynasty and Sō Sadamori as a means of controlling Japanese piracy and legitimi...
Suminoe no Tsu
Suminoe no Tsu (住吉津) is the oldest international port in Japan.Said to be opened by Emperor Nintoku, Suminoe no Tsu was located on an inlet called Suminoe no Hosoe on the southern side of Sumiyoshi Gr...