Baiken Minamimura

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Baiken Minamimura
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BornFirst half of the 16th century

Baiken Minamimura (first half of the 16th century) is a pioneer in spreading the Zhu Xi school, of the Neo-Confucianism doctrine, which will have a powerful influence on the political orientation of the Tokugawa shogunate[1][2]


  1. Rozman, Gilbert (2016). East asian region - confucian heritage and its modern adaptation. ISBN 978-0-691-63530-9. OCLC 1023207158.
  2. Brinkley, F (1904). Japan: its history, arts and literature. London: Jack. OCLC 926811817.

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