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In terms of political history, the Azuchi Momoyama Period, which began in 1573, is usually referred to as lasting to either 1598, at the death of Hideyoshi Toyotomi, or 1603, the beginning of Tokugawa Ieyasu’s rule. For artistic purposes, however, it is often regarded as ending in 1615, when Tokugawa defeated enemies in Osaka, and a time when art began to experience a major shift in style.

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