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  Shogun | BoardGameGeek
Shogun is based on the Wallenstein game system.
The game is set in the Sengoku period (approx 1467-1573) which ends with the inception of the well-known Tokugawa Shogunate.
The game is an international edition with language-independent components and five language-dependent rule booklets.
www.boardgamegeek.com /game/20551   (432 words)

  Shogun Kunitoki
Shogun Kunitoki has been in existence since the late 1990s, but it wasn't until around 2003 that they discovered their own voice.
The C64s had to be replaced with something, and this lead to a period of fermentation during which Shogun Kunitoki moved away from computer-based music, and was eventually reborn as a real band with live instrumentation and a new, organic sound.
Shogun Kunitoki's debut album, Tasankokaiku, released by Fonal in early 2006, stands as a culmination of the group's long search for their own musical language.
www.shogunkunitoki.com   (917 words)

Shogun is a huge, exotic, blood-stained canvas of sixteen century but still medieval Japan, rival war-lords and proselytizing Jesuits, geishas, seppuku, samurai with death-wish and a shipwrecked Elizabethan.
It is a miracle that Shogun came to pass as a novel, let alone twelve hours for NBC and a motion picture as well.
At the head of the Shogunate party is the Lord Yoshi, a direct descendant of Shogun Toranaga.
members.tripod.com /~leongpc/sypnosis/jc.htm   (460 words)

 Shogun - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The so-called transitional shoguns, of 1568–1598, did not receive the title of sei-i taishōgun from the emperor and did not establish shogunates, but did, for a period, hold power over the emperor and most of Japan.
The term bakufu originally meant the dwelling and household of a shogun, but in time it came to be generally used for the system of government of a feudal military dictatorship, exercised by the shogun, and this is the meaning that has been adopted into English through the term "shogunate."
Three primary shogunates were each centered around a family which seized power and received the title of shogun during that regime.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Shogun   (894 words)

 Encyclopedia :: encyclopedia : Shogun Warriors   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Shogun Warriors were a line of toys, made by Mattel during the late 1970s that consisted of a series of imported Japanese robots all based on then-popular giant robot anime shows.
Shogun Warriors was also licensed in 1979-1980 for a 20-issue Marvel comic written by Doug Moench where several of the robots (Raideen, Combatra, Dangard Ace) were incorporated into Marvel Universe stories.
Several of the anime from this toyline were seen in the 80s as part of Jim Terry's Force Five series.
www.hallencyclopedia.com /Shogun_Warriors   (357 words)

 shogun - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Shogun, title of the military dictators who ruled Japan almost continuously from 1192 to 1867.
The term, which is a contraction of seii tai shogun...
In 1192, after Yoritomo’s forces subdued a powerful branch of the Fujiwara family based in northern Honshū, the imperial court granted Yoritomo the...
ca.encarta.msn.com /shogun.html   (78 words)

 shogun. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
The shogunate as a military administrative system was established by Yoritomo after 1185 and was known as the Bakufu [literally, army headquarters].
The shogunate was held in turn by the Minamoto family and their successors, with their capital at Kamakura (1192–1333); the Ashikaga, with their capital at Kyoto (1338–1597); and the Tokugawa, with their capital at Yedo (Tokyo) after 1603.
The overthrow of the shogun in 1867 brought the Meiji restoration and the beginning of modern Japan.
www.bartleby.com /65/sh/shogun.html   (217 words)

 Shogun (novel) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It is set in feudal Japan somewhere around the year 1600 and gives a highly fictionalized account of the rise of Tokugawa Ieyasu to the Shogunate, seen through the eyes of an English sailor whose fictional heroics are loosely based on William Adams (sailor)'s exploits.
Toranaga's ultimate goal is to be named shogun, the supreme military commander of Japan and second in power only to the emperor himself.
James Clavell's Shogun and Shogun (Mastertronic) are abandonware, and are no longer available for purchase.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Shogun_(novel)   (780 words)

 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for shogun
Because of the military power concentrated in his hands and the consequent weakness of the nominal head of state (the mikado or emperor), the shogun was generally the real ruler of the country...
The Tokugawa shogunate was established by Ieyasu Tokugawa (1543–1616) who completed the unification of Japan.
At first imprisoned and sentenced to death, Adams was released by the shogun Ieyasu, and soon became one of his favorites, advising him on navigation,...
www.encyclopedia.com /SearchResults.aspx?Q=shogun   (673 words)

 The Tokugawa Shogunate
The shogun was responsible for the distribution of this national crop.
In bad years the shogun and the daimyo did not reduce their demands, so the farmers were forced to live on even less.
In difficult times, farmers were tempted to defy the prohibition of the shogun and move to the cities to engage in trade.
www.wsu.edu:8080 /~dee/TOKJAPAN/SHOGUN.HTM   (926 words)

 Shogun at opensource encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Since the launch of the Kamakura shogunate, the shogun had seized the practical power of ruling Japan, taking power over from the Imperial Court in Kyoto until the Meiji restoration.
The loyalty that held together this system of government was reinforced by close ties of male love between samurai and their apprentices, and the shoguns as well took lovers from among the ranks of the samurai, a practice known as shudo, "the way of the young", or nanshoku, "male color".
Shogun is also the title of a 1975 novel by James Clavell.
www.wiki.tatet.com /Shogun.html   (880 words)

 Shogun (miniseries) Encyclopedia Articles @ Yelling.org   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Shogun is a Japanese-United States miniseries based on the namesake novel by James Clavell.
A shorter version of the mini-series, edited down to only two hours, was released to home video and some theatres as a feature film; this version of the film includes nudity, sexuality and violence that was not included in the broadcast version.
In the documentary The Making of Shogun, it is stated that the rise of Japanese food establishments in the US (particularly sushi houses) is attributed to Shogun. /encyclopedia/Shogun_(miniseries)   (523 words)

 [KFCC] Shogun Assassin Review
The shogun has Lone Wolf’s family killed, except for his baby son.
Shogun Assassin was born, and is probably responsible to this day for the Chanbara movie’s arrival in the West.
If Shogun Assassin is to be believed, the Japanese have more blood than the rest of us.
www.kfccinema.com /reviews/swordplay/shogun/shogun.html   (612 words)

Regular tables gather in the front of the restaurant, which is dominated by a wooden, arbor-like structure with hanging paper lanterns.
Shogun, a quiet South Austin eatery, delivers fresh, clean taste in dishes such as the sushi platter, which combines nigiri sushi and sushi rolls.
Each item at Shogun, from the sushi to the tempura, was clearly prepared with care, proving that a small bistro can compete with the sleek new spots when it comes to the quality of the cuisine.
www.austin360.com /restaurants/content/restaurants/xl/2005/01/shogun_01-06-05.html   (594 words)

 Compare Prices and Read Reviews on Shogun Assassin at Epinions.com
Shogun Assassin was an anglicized clip version of the first two Lone Wolf films, re-edited, dubbed into English, and featuring a new score.
Because of this, one would assume that the narrative of Shogun Assassin is a jumbled mess—but such is not the case.
The greatest irony of Shogun Assassin is that the film was created to bring the Ogami Itto saga to American audiences who didn’t have access to the original films.
www.epinions.com /content_97959120516   (886 words)

 Shogun - James Clavell - Top Selling Books
Shogun was first published in 1975 and is a HUGE tome, well researched, detailing the situations in feudal Japan of the late 1500s.
But as time goes on, he becomes one of them, appreciating the value of a soak in the bathtub, enjoying the healthy food, appreciating the music and manners and artistry of the culture.
Where other top selling books are usually about sex, violence and drugs, Shogun wraps all of those things in an incredible amount of historical research.
www.lisashea.com /hobbies/books/shogun.html   (612 words)

 Shogun Warriors   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Shogun Warriors were based on the cartoon Mazinger Z from Japan which also aired as Force Five in the US.
The 23.5-inch Godzilla is the and Rodon are the most coveted of the line, easily bringing $200-$300 for loose figures in auctions while the rest of the large series fetch around $150-$250.
Shogun Warriors were sold in several sizes and series which only command a fraction of the dollars the big boys bring.
www.bigredtoybox.com /cgi-bin/toynfo.pl?shogunindex   (345 words)

 WeirdSpace Encyclopedia: Shogun   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Story: Shogun was a part of the Bloodstrike team, until he was destroyed by Quantum along with the rest of Bloodstrike, marking the end of Bloodstrike as a strike team [2].
Shogun was last seen when he was destroyed fighting Epiphany [4].
Powers: Shogun has no powers apart from the enhanced strength, which is a byproduct from the reanimation process.
www.weirdspace.dk /Rob%20Liefeld/Shogun.htm   (146 words)

 Japan Glossary - Shogun
Hereditary shoguns effectively controlled Japan - although always receiving formal authority from the emperor - during six and a half centuries.
Japan's Shogunates were the Kamakura Shogunate (1192-1333), established by Minamoto no Yoritomo, but ruled by the Hojo clan after his death, the Ashikaga Shogunate (1338-1597), based in Kyoto and ruled by the family of the same name, and the Tokugawa Shogunate (1600-1867), based in Edo and ruled by Tokugawa Ieyasu and his descendant.
The Tokugawa Shogunate was called bakufu ("tent government" 幕府), and the late Tokugawa era, just before the Meiji Restoration, was known as bakumatsu.
www.jref.com /glossary/shogun.shtml   (161 words)

 Shogun Assassin (1980)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
He was the greatest Samurai in the empire, and he was the Shogun's decapitator.
In retribution, the Shogun's killers slaughter his wife and force him to run with his kid, Daigoro.
Then there are the phenomenal "Masters of Death." These three sons of the shogun have at their disposal some intimately nasty looking instruments for killing everyone they meet.
us.imdb.com /title/tt0081506   (661 words)

 shogun   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The title Shogun is a derivative of Sei-i-tai-shogun, which literally translates as "Great Barbarian Subduing General" and was first used around the sixth century to designate generals sent to subdue caucasian Ainu tribes inhabiting the eastern and northern portions of Honshu.
His descendents were to continue acting as regents for the shogun until 1333, when the Kamakura Shogunate fell.
Fourteen of Ieyasu's direct descendants were to reign as Shogun until the year 1867, when the last one Yoshinobu, abdicated in favor of restoring the emperor to power.
edtech.suhsd.k12.ca.us /actnow/act/dfickett/japan/shogun.html   (532 words)

 IGN: Real Time Conflict: Shogun Empires Review
While Shogun Empires may be the first of its kind on the system, there is simply no reason to support this poorly designed and crudely executed attempt at the RTS genre.
The set-up for Shogun Empires is relatively strong, and takes from a solid set of design inspiration from such titles as Age of Empires, Defender of the Crown, and Lords of the Realm.
This portion of gameplay is what truly puts Shogun Empires in the bargain bin, as units move astonishingly slow, offer no strength in AI, and provide no actual entertainment in even the most heated of battles.
ds.ign.com /articles/675/675688p1.html   (1458 words)

Shogun: Total War is Electronic Arts’ attempt to create a playable, fun, and historically realistic game based upon the period.
That can be a lot of fun, but the meat of Shogun is clearly the campaign game, which does an excellent job of combining a 2D turn-based strategic game--in which you plan, build, and conduct strategic moves--with a beautiful 3D realtime tactical game in which you fight out your battles.
Overall, resource management is pretty intuitive (though the interface is a bit awkward) and it’s important, too, as you’ll often be faced with tough decisions between training units for conquest and building for upgrades.
www.gamesfirst.com /reviews/rick/Shogun/Shogun.htm   (1701 words)

 MetroActive Dining | Shogun Japanese Restaurant
THE LATEST DARLING of the night crowd is downtown Santa Cruz's new sushi palace, Shogun, where colorful "Hello Kitty" totems line the back bar.
While the menu is packed with teriyakis, udon and donburi creations, it was sushi we craved and sushi we got at our debut meal.
Shogun has gyoza down cold--or, rather, hot and crispy.
www.metroactive.com /papers/cruz/10.13.99/dining-9941.html   (681 words)

 Shogun First Impressions
During much of the 15th and 16th centuries, the entire country of Japan was separated into a number of feudal states ruled by warrior generals known as daimyo.
Shogun's strategy side shows gamers a 2D map of Japan, where you can give orders to each of your provinces once every season.
The 2D map of Japan in Shogun has little drawings on the provinces to show you what specialities they have - a roll of grain for instance, indicates that a certain province has fertile farmland.
firingsquad.com /games/shogunimpressions   (584 words)

 Honoring culture, building trade ties | IndyStar.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The term shogun means "general" and refers to a title for a feudal military administrator.
From the 12th to 19th centuries, shogun was both an emperor's military deputy and actual ruler of Japan.
Shoguns were Japan's military dictators into the late 19th century.
www.indystar.com /apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20050804/BUSINESS/508040415   (1194 words)

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