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Edo Period

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History of Japan
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Era name Edo
Dates 1603 - 1868
Kanji 江戸
See also: Era Name



The Edo period or Edo era, also known as the Tokugawa era or period,

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Keichō (1596-1615)

Keichō (慶長, October 1596 to July 1615)

Genna (1615-1624)

Genna (元和, July 1615 to February 1624)

Kan'ei (1624-1643)

Kan'ei (寛永, February 1624 to December 1643).

Shōhō (1644-1648)

Shōhō (正保, December 1644 to February 1648)

Keian (1648-1652)

Keian (慶安, February 1648 to September 1652)

Jōō (1652-1655)

Jōō (承応,September 1652 to April 1655)

Meireki (1655-1658)

Meireki (明暦, April 1655 to July 1658)

Manji (1658-1661)

Manji (万治,July 1658 to April 1661)

Kanbun (1661-1673)

Kanbun (寛文, April 1661 to September 1673)

Enpō (1673-1681)

Enpō (延宝, September 1673 to September 1681)

Tenna (1681-1684)

Tenna (天和, September 1681 to February 1684)

Jōkyō (1684-1688)

Jōkyō (貞享, February 1684 to September 1688)

Genroku (1688-1704)

Genroku (元禄, ninth month,1688 through third month, 1704)

Hōei (1704-1711)

Hōei (宝永, March 1704 to April 1711)

Shōtoku (1711-1716)

Shōtoku (正徳, April 1711 to June 1716)

Kyōhō (1716-1736)

Kyōhō (享保, July 1716 to April 1736)

Genbun (1736-1741)

Genbun (元文,April 1736 to February 1741)

Kanpō (1741-1744)

Kanpō (寛保, February 1741 to February 1744)

Enkyō (1744-1748)

Enkyō (延享, February 1744 to July 1748)

Kan'en (1748-1751)

Kan'en (寛延,July 1748 to October 1751)

Hōreki (1751-1764)

Hōreki (宝暦, October 1751 to June 1764)

Meiwa (1764-1772)

Meiwa (明和, June 1764 to November 1772)

An'ei (1772-1781)

An'ei (安永, November 1772 to March 1781)

Tenmei (1781-1789)

Tenmei (天明, April 1781 to January 1789)

Kansei (1789-1801)

Kansei (寛政, January 1789 to February 1801)

Kyōwa (1801-1804)

Kyōwa (享和, February 1801 through February 1804)

Bunka (1804-1818)

Bunka (文化, January 1804 to April 1818)

Bunsei (1818-1830)

Bunsei (文政, April 1818 to December 1830)

Tenpō (1830-1844)

Tenpō (天保, December 1830 to December 1844)

Kōka (1844-1848)

Kōka (弘化, December 1844 to February 1848)

Kaei (1848-1854)

Kaei (嘉永, February 1848 to November 1854)

Ansei (1854-1860)

Ansei (安政, November 1854 to March 1860)

Man'en (1860-1861)

Man'en (万延, March 1860 to February 1861)

Bunkyū (1861-1864)

Bunkyū (文久, February 1861 to February 1864)

Genji (1864-1865)

Genji (元治, February 1864 to April 1865)

Keiō (1865-1868)

Keiō (慶応, April 1865 to September 1868)