What Was the Role of the Daimyo?

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The Daimyo controlled large hereditary estates in feudal Japan. They employed samurai and, after Tokugawa Ieyasu unified the country, served the shogunate. The reign of the shogun and daimyo ended after the Meiji Restoration of 1868.
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