Japanese History : Asuka Age
It is called the Asuka age from opening the base of the royal prerogative of Yamato in Asuka from the latter half of the 6th century to the 8th beginning of the century.
Domestic rule of the royal prerogative of Yamato was steady to the latter half of the sixth century, and the succession of the throne in the royal prerogative contention stood out.
The Buddhism is transmitted from 100 settlements at this time, and the following Asuka culture. It has developed into the Buddhism culture of Hakuho culture etc.
The appearance of that united China after an interval of 400 sixthyears at the end of the century brought the centralization of political power in the east Asian nations, and the national administration reforms of Ya Tscahaken - crown title the 12th floor enactment and the Seventeen Article Constitution introduction, etc. had been done to the leaf by Shotokutaishi and Soga also in a Yamato country before the seventh century. However, the movement was unable to move upward though the resistance of the powerful clan layer was deep-rooted, and the power centralization had been planned afterwards. The Taika Reform of the leaf is one of the movements of the power centralization in the seventh century, and constant progress is shown. The maximum opportunity to the power centralization was a defeat in the revival war in the latter half of the seventh century by 100 settlements, and however, it agreed by the country system maintenance, and the power centralization began to advance rapidly in Yamato. In addition, the Tentake emperor who had won the war of Mou persisted in the power concentration, and aimed at the emperor's deification. The enactment time of the emperor title is thought to be Tentakeki. The introduction of Rits Rasei is also advanced to of making to the embodiment the emperor rule, and it has brought it forth ..the Taiho Code enactment century eighth... The country title named Japan is provided before and after the Taiho Code enactment, too.
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History of Japan / Paleolithic/ Jomon Period/ Yayoi Era/ Tumulus period / Asuka age /Nara era / Heian era /Kamakura Period / Muromachi Period / Sengoku era /Azuchi-Momoyama Era/ Edo period / Meiji era /Taisho Era / Showa era / Heisei Period /