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Also called Perry Convention (March 31, 1854), Japan's first treaty with a Western nation. Concluded by representatives of the United States and Japan at Kanagawa (now part of Yokohama), it marked the end of Japan's period of seclusion (1639-1854). The treaty was signed as a result of pressure from U.S. Commodore Matthew C. Perry, who sailed into Tokyo Bay with a fleet of warships in July 1853 and demanded that the Japanese open their ports to U.S. ships for supplies. Perry then left Japan in order to give the government a few months to consider its decision. When he returned in February 1854, the Japanese, aware that none of their armaments was a match for Perry's warships, agreed to admit U.S. ships to the ports of Shimoda and Hakodate and to accept a U.S. consul at Shimoda. The Treaty of Kanagawa was the first of the treaties signed between Japan and other Western countries in the 19th century.

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Q: What was the Treaty of Kanagawa?
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Which treaty had the greatest impact the treaty of Kanagawa the treaty of Shimonoseki or the treaty of Nanjing?

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Who opened Japanese ports to foreign trade?

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What famous American signed the Treaty of Kanagawa?

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The Kanagawa Treaty (Convention of Kanagawa, 1854) was negotiated by Commodore Matthew Perry who commanded a US fleet that traveled to Japan in 1853. The treaty was mainly an economic one, forcing Japan out of its self-imposed isolation and opening it to world trade. This led to other treaties that mainly served the interests of the European colonial powers in Asia.


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What treaty opened up 2 ports to us Ships and the US set up an embassy in japan?

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Who did japan sign the treaty of Kanagawa with?

Matthew Perry the commodore for the United States Navy


Which of these themes represents the purpose of the Treaty of Kanagawa between the US and Japan in 1854?

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Which nation did japan sign the treaty of kanagawa opening ports for trade?

the united states


Why did japan have to sign the treaty of kanagawa?

The Treaty of Kanagawa isn't WW2, it's much earlier. And they didn't HAVE to sign it - it was 1854, and the emperor of Japan wanted friendship with a much stronger nation. To be honest, it was all about trade. (I've modified the categories for you)


What treaty opened Japan to the Western World?

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What was the effect of the treaty of kanagawa?

It allowed Americans 3 ports in Japan to trade. Sources: Mr. Anderson


The ruling warrior dynasty of japan with who Matthew perry negotiated the treaty of kanagawa in 1854?

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The ruling warrior dynasty of Japan with whom Matthew Perry negotiated the Treaty of Kanagawa in 1854?

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