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Japanese Foreign Trade and Economic Relations with the Rest of the World from the Tokugawa Times to the Present

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  1. An increasing contact with the outside world
  2. The Tokugawa period
  3. The Meiji period

The history of modern Japan is history by itself. It reflects around the increasing contact with the outside world. As opposed to previous Japanese historic periods, modern Japan as a whole can be characterized as an era in which the country interferes with foreign nations more than ever before. Its interference has been so significant and can be viewed in the increase in Japan's GDP. If one compares Japan from the Tokugawa times to the present modern day, it is an indisputable fact that Japan is focused on increasing its influence and impact on the outside world. One can record that this has been the most remarkable feature of modern Japan. This growth for Japan is also vital as it plays a predominant role in the understanding of its political, social and economic history over the past four centuries. An excellent illustration of this phenomenon is the evolution of theJapanese foreign trade and economic relations with the world from 1600 till date.

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