In 1853, when the US Navy's Commodore Perry sailed his "warships" into Japanese waters, he opened Japan's culture to the outside world. They had lived in their own "sealed kingdom" (self imposed isolation) before then. When Japan saw the mini-locomotive trains, and latest cannons & hand held firearms (small arms), combined with how easy it was for a foreigner like the US Navy to enter their harbor un-opposed; they knew, if they were to survive, they had to be able to compete on "an equal basis!" This called for "Industrialization!"
No, Japan was behind the United States & Europe in its efforts to industrialize.
The US helped Japan industrialize, in various ways, both before and after WW II.
They got money from other countries like the united states
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No. Japan embraced Western ways of life in order to industrialize.
Japan opened its ports after signing the Treaty of Kanagawa with the US in 1854 and began to intensively modernize and industrialize.
Japanese government was able to become more centralized.
In the Meiji period that started in 1868. Before this year, Japan had really closed borders, they didn't have relations with anyone but with the beginning of the Meiji period they reopened their borders to foreign countries who brought industrialization to Japan.
modernize and industrialize the country so that Japan could deal with the West on an equal basis.
Japan was industrialized by a series of events called Meiji Restoration that restored imperial power. Japan went through rapid modernization with many industries built such as ship yards, spinning mills and iron smelters.
The years of the Meiji Restoration are classified as: efforts to industrialize Japan the modernization of Japan's army and navy the acceptance of Western ideas.
No, it is not. The word "industrialize" is a verb. It means to convert to mass production and the use of complex machinery.
China began to industrialize in the 1860s due to Correct answer= peasant rebellion and foreign military occupation
Japan learned how NOT to react to the westerners from Chinas example and emerged as a military and imperial power Japan was more successful than China when it came to independence because Japan government modernize and industrialize along Western line quickly. This helped them with not been under Western power.
Japan in the mid-1800s. The emperor wanted to industrialize, but the samurai warriors, or Koji in this case, had to lay down their swords. He refused and had to kill himself.
russia Many historians would disagree and say China of the major countries was the last to industrialize.
Three things a country needs to industrialize are natural resources, labor force, and transportation.
The first region to industrialize following the American Revolution was the state of Massachusetts. A textile mill was built and industrialized in this region.