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completed the restoration of a central Japanese authority

a. Kabuki
b. banners
d. The Dream of the Red Chamber
f. Yi
h. Zheng He
i. ronin
j. Tokugawa

I think its h but that's kinda just a hunch.

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tokugawa_Ieyasu

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    James Clavell's novel and the subsequent mini-series -- both called Shogun -- are very helpful in using historical fiction to explain a complicated time in Japanese history. Check 'em out!

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