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Shinsengumi Chronology

1863 (Bunkyû 3)

  • 2/8 Rôshigumi is organized.
  • 3/12 Rename to the Mibu Rôshigumi
  • 3/25 Assassination of Tonouchi Yoshio
  • 6/3 Fighting with Sumo wrestlers in Osaka.
  • 8/12 Serizawa burns down the Yamatoya.
  • 8/18 Political change of August 18. Mibu Rôshigumi is given new name "Shinsengumi"
  • 9/13 Shinmi Nishiki commits seppuku.
  • 9/18 Assassination of Serizawa Kamo.
  • 9/26 Assassination of spies from Choshu.
  • 12/27 Noguchi Kenji commits seppuku.

1864 (Genji 1)

  • 6/5 Raid on Ikedaya.
  • 6/10 Raid on Akebonotei.
  • 7/19 Kinmon rebellion.
  • 8 Nagakura makes a petition to Katamori.
  • 10/27 Itô Kashitarô joins.

1865 (Keiô 1)

  • 1/8 Raid on Zenzaiya.
  • 2/23 Yamanami commits seppuku.
  • 3/10 Shinsengumi moves to Nishi Hongan-ji.
  • 9/1 Matsubara Chuji dies.

1866 (Keiô 2)

  • 2/15 Kawai Kisaburo commits seppuku.
  • 4/1 Tani Sanjuro dies.
  • 9/12 Sanjo Seisatsu Incident.

1867 (Keiô 3)

  • 3/20 Ito Kashitaro and 12 other members separated.
  • 6/10 All Shinsengumi members appointed to be Bakushin.
  • 6/15 Shinsengumi move to Fudodo village.
  • 6/22 Assassination of Takeda Kanryusai.
  • 11/18 Incident at Aburanokoji.
  • 12/7 Incident at Tenmaya.
  • 12/18 Kondo gets shot.

1868 (Keiô 4, Meiji 1)

  • 1/3 Battle of Toba-Fushimi.
  • 1/5 Battle of Yodo-Senryomatsu.
  • 1/5 Battle of Hashimoto.
  • 1/10 Yamazaki Susumu dies in Fujisanmaru.
  • 3/6 Battle of Koshu-Katsunuma.
  • 3/12 Nagakura,Harada leave Shinsengumi.
  • 4/2 Shinsengumi arrive at Nagareyama.
  • 4/3 Kondo captured.
  • 4/12 Hijikata joins Bakufu troops.
  • 4/19 Battle of Utsunomiya castle.
  • 4/25 Exection of Kondo Isami at Itabashi.
  • int. 4/25 Battle of Shirakawaguchi.
  • 5/17 Harada Sanosuke dies.
  • 5/30 Okita Soji dies.
  • 8/21 Battle of Bonari pass.
  • 10/26 Bakufu troops enter Goryokaku, Hakodate.

1869 (Meiji 2)

  • 3/25 Battle of Miyako bay.
  • 4/13 First Battle of Futamataguchi.
  • 4/24 Second Battle of Futamataguchi.
  • 5/5 Ichimura Tetsunosuke escapes from Hakodate.
  • 5/11 Hijikata Toshizo killed.
  • 5/14 Soma Kazue surrenders.
  • 5/18 Bakufu troops surrenders. Boshin war ends.
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