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*[[Maria Luz Incident]] - a Peruvian ship carrying Chinese coolies calls at [[Yokohama]], leading to a diplomatic incident when the coolies declare they are being mistreated and request aid from Japanese authorities.
 
*[[Maria Luz Incident]] - a Peruvian ship carrying Chinese coolies calls at [[Yokohama]], leading to a diplomatic incident when the coolies declare they are being mistreated and request aid from Japanese authorities.
 
*[[Matsudaira Katamori]] ends his self-imposed confinement entered following the [[Boshin War]].
 
*[[Matsudaira Katamori]] ends his self-imposed confinement entered following the [[Boshin War]].
*[[Morita-za]] [[kabuki]] theater is moved from Saruwaka-chô to Shintomi-chô, and rebuilt as a larger structure.
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*The [[Morita-za]] [[kabuki]] theater is moved from Saruwaka-chô to Shintomi-chô, and rebuilt as a larger structure. This was the first time a theatre opened or operated outside of Saruwaka-chô since the [[1842]] edict restricting the theatres to that district.
 
*The [[Prostitute Emancipation Act]] is issued; ''[[burakumin]]'' and certain types of bonded laborers and servants are also granted a certain degree of freedom, liberties, and rights.
 
*The [[Prostitute Emancipation Act]] is issued; ''[[burakumin]]'' and certain types of bonded laborers and servants are also granted a certain degree of freedom, liberties, and rights.
 
*Railroad connecting Tokyo to Yokohama is completed.
 
*Railroad connecting Tokyo to Yokohama is completed.

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Meiji 5 (明治五年)

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