List Of Han
This is an incomplete list of the major Han of the Tokugawa period. Han were feudal domains that formed the effective basis of administration in Tokugawa-era Japan. The han are given along with their approximate borders compared with the modern prefecture system.
The han system was abolished by the Meiji government in 1871.
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