anonymous
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How did Yokohama become known as a "boomtown?"
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Yokohama was one of the first cities to be open to foreigners following the treaties. So, it was a hub of interaction among Japanese who had been nationally secluded for 200 years and foreigners
anonymous
  • anonymous
Interestingly, despite the openness, the port was still positioned so that foreigners were isolated and observable by the Japanese
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Also it magnifies "sudden prosperity" due to foreign interaction.

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