Meiji Restoration the reforms in education maintaing the new regime
The Meiji Restoration occurred through a number of substantial changes to the old Tokugawa regime. The most significant of these changes, however, in permanently implementing this new regime, was the modernisation of the education system. The goal of the Restoration period was to learn from the western countries by borrowing the best technology available, whilst avoiding the mistakes traditionally associated with industrial development. With the power of hindsight, Japan successfully enriched the nation and strengthened their military.
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