Agriculture in the Empire of Japan was an important component of the pre-war Japanese economy. Although Japan had only 16% of its land area under ...
Agriculture, farming, and fishing form the primary sector of industry of the Japanese economy ... dominated the Japanese economy until the 1940s, but thereafter declined into relative unimportance (see Agriculture in the Empire of Japan).
Japanese agricultural scientists (4 P) ... Agriculture companies of Japan (1 C) ... A. Agriculture in the Empire of Japan · Agriculture, forestry, and fishing in Japan ...
Early in the reign of Emperor Meiji, Japan's government was determined to modernize the country's economy. The economy was primarily agricultural, with only ...
Agriculture (nogaku) in ancient Japan, as it remains today, was largely ... Ceremonies involving rice were particularly important and involved the emperor.
Wet rice farming was introduced around 400 B.C. and agricultural farming began to take hold as a way ... Rice farming changed life and society in Yayoi Japan profoundly. ..... Taika reforms entrench the emperor's place at the apex of the state.
Each may the emperor of Japan wades into a paddy on the grounds of the ... II Early Modern Farm Ideology and the Growth of Japanese Agriculture, 1870-1895 .
Japan - Samurai groups and farming villages: The Japanese feudal system began to ... On the accession of Go-Daigo, the retired emperor Go-Uda broke the ...
Japan in Manchuria: Agricultural Emigration in the Japanese Empire, 1932-1945 ... In the process, agriculture was tied to colony building as Japanese farmers ...