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Tokugawa Ieyasu was an absolute ruler as he held all of the power in Japan from 1600 to 1616, he used this power to execute those who threatened his power as well as create the Edo castle. However, he did help the Japanese economy through his new coinage system.
Tokugawa often switched around Daimyo’s and positioned them near active enemies so that he would have power close to him. His most loyal Daimyo’s and him kept their area of power in the center of Japan to keep centralized power over the Daimyos
Also, Tokugawa Ieyasu took all of the power away from his court Daimyos by applying the Kuge Shohatto, which turned all of the court Daimyos in to figureheads, putting all of the power in to Ieyasu.
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