Part of present-day Yokosuka, this was the city where the Americans first arrived.
The largest city in Japan and one of the largest in the world at that time.
One of the two small villages that would become trade cities with the United States, the Dutch and others.
The second of the two small villagers established as trading cities by the Convention of Kanagawa.
The incredibly small island where the Dutch were permitted to trade with the Japanese.
The Treaty House
The house constructed by the Japanese where treaty negotiations were held.
Perry initially brought four of these to Japan, two of which were steamboats.
The ruling body of Japan.
The Convention of Kanagawa
The treaty the Japanese and Americans eventually signed.
When the treaty was signed, in celebration the Japanese offered these to the Americans.
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