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The Kamakura period of Japan lasted from approximately 1185 when the Kamakura shogunate established the "bakufu," a military administration that served beside the emperor. The period lasted until 1333 when the "bakufu" collapsed. The period was marked by a slow power shift from the Japanese nobles to the leaders of the Japanese military.
The collapse of the Kamakura Period began when the Emperor Go-Daigo began trying to take back power from the bakufu. Up until this point, the bakufu had maintained the majority of power in the Japanese government. The emperor remained primarily as a figurehead.
In 1333, supporters of Emperor Go-Daigo toppled the Kamakura regime and reinstalled power to the Emperor, ending the Kamakura period.
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