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(Other Events of 1621)
(Other Events of 1621)
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*''Honmaru'' of [[Kanazawa castle]] is expanded.
 
*''Honmaru'' of [[Kanazawa castle]] is expanded.
 
*[[Kano Tanyu|Kanô Tan'yû]] arrives in [[Edo]] and is granted land outside [[Edo Castle]]'s Kajibashi Gate for his residence and studio.
 
*[[Kano Tanyu|Kanô Tan'yû]] arrives in [[Edo]] and is granted land outside [[Edo Castle]]'s Kajibashi Gate for his residence and studio.
*A new residence (palace) is built at [[Nakagusuku]].
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*A new residence (palace) is built at [[Nakagusuku gusuku]].
 
*[[Qing Dynasty|Manchus]] take Liaodong, blocking the land routes between [[Ming Dynasty|Ming]] China and Korea; [[Mao Wenlong]] escapes to Korea and establishes a base on Kado Island.
 
*[[Qing Dynasty|Manchus]] take Liaodong, blocking the land routes between [[Ming Dynasty|Ming]] China and Korea; [[Mao Wenlong]] escapes to Korea and establishes a base on Kado Island.
 
*[[Satsuma han]] performs land surveys in the [[Amami Islands]].
 
*[[Satsuma han]] performs land surveys in the [[Amami Islands]].
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*Tokugawa shogunate outlaws the purchasing, or hiring, of Japanese mercenaries or workers for work overseas. Japanese are no longer permitted to leave the country on foreign ships.
 
*Tokugawa shogunate outlaws the purchasing, or hiring, of Japanese mercenaries or workers for work overseas. Japanese are no longer permitted to leave the country on foreign ships.
 
*[[Tokugawa Yorifusa]] is given [[Mito han]].
 
*[[Tokugawa Yorifusa]] is given [[Mito han]].
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*[[Tokugawa Yorinobu]] establishes a [[Kishu Toshogu|Tôshôgû]] shrine in [[Wakayama han|Wakayama]].
  
 
===Births and Deaths===
 
===Births and Deaths===

Revision as of 04:51, 22 September 2019

Genna 7 (元和七年)

Timeline of 1621

Other Events of 1621

  • The second formal diplomatic mission from Ayutthaya arrives.
  • Honmaru of Kanazawa castle is expanded.
  • Kanô Tan'yû arrives in Edo and is granted land outside Edo Castle's Kajibashi Gate for his residence and studio.
  • A new residence (palace) is built at Nakagusuku gusuku.
  • Manchus take Liaodong, blocking the land routes between Ming China and Korea; Mao Wenlong escapes to Korea and establishes a base on Kado Island.
  • Satsuma han performs land surveys in the Amami Islands.
  • King Shô Nei of Ryûkyû is succeeded by Prince Sashiki Chôshô, the father of the designated heir, Shô Kyô, who is deemed too young. He takes the throne as King Shô Hô.
  • Tokugawa shogunate officially abandons policy of seeking to restore formal relations with Ming China, declaring that from hereon, Ming would only be permitted to communicate with Japan through intermediaries, such as Korea or Ryûkyû.
  • Tokugawa shogunate outlaws the purchasing, or hiring, of Japanese mercenaries or workers for work overseas. Japanese are no longer permitted to leave the country on foreign ships.
  • Tokugawa Yorifusa is given Mito han.
  • Tokugawa Yorinobu establishes a Tôshôgû shrine in Wakayama.

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