Ritsury

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Ritsuryō
... Ritsuryō (律令?) is the historical law system based on the philosophies of Confucianism and Chinese Legalism in Japan ... The political system in accord to Ritsuryō is called "Ritsuryō-sei" (律令制) ... Kyaku (格) are amendments of Ritsuryō, Shiki (式) are enactments ...
Taihō Code
... The Taihō Code or Code of Taihō (大宝律令, Taihō-ritsuryō?) was an administrative reorganization enacted in 702 in Japan, at the end of the Asuka period ... It was historically one of the Ritsuryō-sei (律令制, ritsuryō-sei?) ... edition was named the Yōrō Code (養老律令, Yōrō-ritsuryō?) ...
Japan National Route 6 - Features - Lengthened Tōkaidō
... During the Ritsuryō period, roads from Kinai to Tagajō were divided into two roads, the Tōkaidō eastern sea road (via Nagoya, Hamamatsu, Tokyo and Mito) and ... Even now, Ritsuryō Tōkaidō west from Tokyo has become the Route 1, Ritsuryō Tōkaidō north from Tokyo has become the Route 6 ...
Daijō-kan - Ritsuryō Organization and Hierarchy
... The eighth century ritsuryō innovations would prove to be remarkably durable and resilient across the span of centuries ... Within months after Emperor Meiji's Charter Oath, the ancient ritsuryō structure was slightly modified with an express focus on the separation of legislative, administrative ... Sanjō petitioned the emperor to be relieved of his ancient ritsuryō office and he was then immediately appointed Naidaijin, or Lord Keeper of the Privy Seal ...
Japanese Castes Under The Ritsuryō
... When the Ritsuryō legal system was starting to be enforced in Japan at the end of the 7th century, it included, as in Tang China, a division between those two major castes ... Caste was part of the citizen registration enforced with the ritsuryō ...