Which describes the Tokugawa shogunate?
a dynasty created after Ieyasu defeated rival warlords and united Japan under one rule that increased trade and cultural exchange with foreign nations
a dynasty created when the shogun defeated Kublai Khan, set up a Japanese imperial government, and greatly restricted trade with other nations in order to build up industry at home
a dynasty that restricted trade with foreign nations to boost the economy, established Buddhism as the state religion, and created national unity
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a dynasty created after Ieyasu defeated rival warlords and united Japan under one rule that closed Japan's borders to foreign trade in order to limit western influence
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The Tokugawa Shogunate was the rule of Tokugawa Ieyasu and his successors in Japan, which started in A.D.1603 and lasted in a 250-year period of stability to Japan. The Emperor and his family became political figureheads while the real military power lay with the Shogunate rulers.