Shogunal

Some articles on shogunal:

Nanboku-chō Period - Centralization of Ashikaga Power and The End of The Nanboku-chō War: 1379-1399
... colleagues in 1366, pointing to the increasing subordination of the shugo to shogunal control ... These key developments were used not only to increase shogunal control, but to bind the interests of the shugo lords and nobles more closely to the regime ... The connection between the shogun and the shugo lords tightened as shogunal control increased ...
Bugyō - Edo Period - List
... Gusoku-bugyō (具足奉行) – Commissioners in charge of supplying the shogunal armies ... – Commissioners in charge of supplying the shogunal armies (post-1863), replaced Gusoku-bugyō ... Kanjō-bugyō (勘定奉行) – Ministers or administrators for shogunal finance (post-1787) ...
Battle Of Toba-Fushimi - Events of 29 January - Tominomori Encounter
... The Shogunal forces which had regrouped at Tominomori (富の森) were attacked by the forces of Satsuma in the morning ... Shogunal forces were thrown into confusion and Satsuma-Chōshū forces, their morale boosted, drew swords and charged the Shogunal lines ... The Shogunal forces attempted to counter-attack, but were forced to retreat in disarray ...
Battle Of Toba-Fushimi - Combat of 27 January - Toba Encounter
... The Shogunal forces move in the direction of Toba under the command of vice-commander Ōkubo Tadayuki, making a total of about 2,000 to 2,500 troops ... At around 1700, the Shogunal vanguard, made up largely of about 400 men of the Mimawarigumi, armed with pikes and some firearms, under Sasaki Tadasaburo ... After denying the Shogunal force permission to pass peacefully, the Satsuma force opened fire from the flank, the first shots of the Boshin War ...
Machi-bugyō - Shogunal City
... were considered important and some were designated as a "shogunal city." The number of such "shogunal cities" rose from three to eleven under Tokugawa ...