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Japan is finally open! After a long isolation from the world, Japan has set itself open door to the West. It is because of the mighty power of America led by Commodore Matthew C. Perry to negotiate the open trade. Perry was successfully makes Japan signed the treaty of Kanagawa which allows us to establish a trading partnership on March 31, 1854; however, America and Japan will continue this negotiation in America and ends it with the Harris Treaty, the final establishment of foreign concessions. For this reason, Japanese Embassy sets sail on February 13, 1860 from Yokohama Bay to the San Francisco. They have arrived!

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On the USS Powhatan on March 29, 1860, the Japan Embassy represents by their three best ambassadors, Shimmi Buzen-no-Kami Masoki, Muragaki Awaji-noKami Norimasa, and Oguri Bungo-no-Kami, and also interpreters (Nakahma Manjiro and Tateishi Onojirou Noriyuki) to San Francisco shore, but a few day ago the

Kanrin Maru has arrived first to the shore with seventyseven samurais. The crowd roars with excitement as they wait to see their potential trading partner walks off the USS Powhatan and they also

are there to impress the Japanese. With traditional way of Japanese, Americans are impressed by their long silky rope and knot top hair style. What amazing are their swords! They are shiny like a mirror and strong as steel. It is a great experience to see in history. Cont’d pg 2


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Whereas our po- America and bring words tential trading partners, the back to Japan as an honor Congress is honored to pro- to be in America. vide the embassy a $50,000 budget to entertain the envoys. While Japanese embassy is on a mission to establish the Harris Treaty, Americans also given them a great opportunity to tour around America such as San Francisco, New York, Washington D.C., and Philadelphia and also see the great railroad. America n government is hoping that the Japanese Embassy will see the magnificent of

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T h e C h a n g e B y : W a i n e r F a n The Japanese has opened their doors for trade. It was forced upon by Mathew Perry. Tokagawa made a treaty and ratified navigation between United States and Japan. The Japanese made a wise decision. Trading from Americans would

work and have small apartments to live in. They will develop a middle class. Most importantly they will have guns. The guns will help them defend their country then their katana. Sometimes,

spread industrialism further. This would benefit the Japanese. But will this affect them in any other way? Trading with America will cause industrialization in Japan. They are behind in technology. So this will help them become

with positive effects there will be negative effects. Due to this technological advancement the Japanese will lose honorable samurais. If the Japanese wanted to defend themselves they would

more sufficient. They will make machines to make goods. Instead of having the goods to be handmade. Education will be better because they will be able to print books instead of hand writing them. A lot will change in Japan. More people will

have to get rid of shogunal controls. Even though the Japanese lost the samurais they are now ten years ahead of America, the ones who made them modernize. It was very beneficial towards Japan. They have gained enough money to become ahead of America.


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