Conventio Kanagawa

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Sanctio inter Iaponiam et CFA Foederis Pacis et Amicitiae in anno 1855.

Die 31 Martii 1854 Conventio vel Foedus Kanagawa pactio usum est a classis praefecto Matthaeo Perry ex Nave CFA et Tokugawa Bakufu contre Imperatorem CXXI Kōmeium ut portum Shimoda et Hakodate Shimoda aperiat ad commercium cum CFA et rationem seclusionis Iaponiae finem posuit.[1] [2][3] Conventio tumultus incepit imorum Iaponia qui tandem resoluti in motu Meiji Ishin.

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  1. "From Washington; The Japanese Treaty-Its Advantages and Disadvantages-The President and Col. Rinney, &c.," New York Times. October 18, 1855.
  2. *Perry, Matthew Calbraith. (1856). Narrative of the expedition of an American Squadron to the China Seas and Japan, 1856.
  3. Cullen, Louis M. (2003). A History of Japan, 1582-1941: Internal and External Worlds, p. 173-185.