A: The Taika Reforms were a Japanese set of articles created by Emporer Kotoku during the mid-7th century.
B: The Taika Reforms were important in World History because it's main goals were to centralize the imperial court and to be just like the Chinese in all aspects of life and even today, the impacts of the reforms can be seen in Japanese cultural life.
A: Ichenotana was a very narrow Japanese strip of shore, between mountains on the north, and the sea to the south which was also the Taira fortress and the main battlefield of the Gempei War during the late-12th century.
B: Ichenotana was important in World History because this was where the Minamoto won the Gempei War even though the Taira regarded Ichenotana as the safest place for a fortress and as a result of the Minamoto's siege of Ichenotana, the Taira would be destroyed and the Minamoto would establish the Kamakura Shogunate under Minamoto no Yoritomo.
A: The Gempei War was a conflict between the Japanese clans of the Taira and Minamoto during the late-12th century.
B: The Gempei War was important in World History because the Taira clan was destroyed and the Kamakura Shogunate was established and later in history, the colors of the Japanese flag will be white and red, the colors of the Minamoto and the Taira, respectively.
A: The Onin War was a Japanese civil war between the Hosokawa and the Ashikaga during the late-15th century.
B: The Onin War was important in World History because the Askikaga Shogunate collapsed and became the puppets of the victorious Hosokawa which led to the Hosokawa being in charge of the shogunate until the mid-16th century.
A: The Trung Sisters (Trưng Trắc and Trưng Nhị) were Viet leaders who rebelled against Chinese rule during the mid-1st century.
B: The Trung Sisters are important in World History because with their leadership, they liberated about 65 Viet cities from the...