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*The [[Hokkaido Development Commission]] [[Botanical Garden & Museum|Provisional Sapporo Museum]] is established.
 
*The [[Hokkaido Development Commission]] [[Botanical Garden & Museum|Provisional Sapporo Museum]] is established.
 
*The first [[Domestic Industrial Exposition]] (''Naikoku Kangyô Hakurankai'') is held.
 
*The first [[Domestic Industrial Exposition]] (''Naikoku Kangyô Hakurankai'') is held.
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*The Meiji Emperor performs a formal tour of parts of eastern [[Tohoku|Tôhoku]]. A continuation of the tour into the [[Hokuriku region]] is delayed until the following year on account of the Satsuma Rebellion.
 
*[[Nomura Fumio]]'s ''[[Marumaru Chinbun]]'' is first issued.
 
*[[Nomura Fumio]]'s ''[[Marumaru Chinbun]]'' is first issued.
 
*[[Kono Bairei|Kôno Bairei]] becomes head of the [[Shijo school|Shijô school]] upon the death of his master [[Shiokawa Bunrin]].
 
*[[Kono Bairei|Kôno Bairei]] becomes head of the [[Shijo school|Shijô school]] upon the death of his master [[Shiokawa Bunrin]].

Revision as of 20:05, 10 July 2019

Meiji 10 (明治十年)

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Timeline of 1877

Satsuma Rebellion

  • 1877/2/20 Saigô Takamori is declared a rebel by the Meiji government.
  • 1877/2/22 Saigô's army of roughly 42,000 attempts to oust the Imperial garrison at Kumamoto castle.
  • 1877/3 Saigô's siege of Kumamoto castle is lifted.
  • The rebels retreat to Kagoshima and are in the end eventually defeated by Imperial forces, who have superior numbers and equipment, if not superior military ability.
  • 1877/9/24 Saigô Takamori dies and the Rebellion ends.

Other Events of 1877

Births and Deaths


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