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Abbreviated Chronological
Of the Mongol Empire's Encounter with Japan
1259
Korea surrenders to the Mongols
1260
1268
1271
1272
Kublai, grandson of Genghis Khan, becomes Khan, or Great Ruler
Korean emissaries bring letters from Kublai Khan to Dazaifu on the    
southern Japanese island of Kyushu, demanding that Japan submit to
the Mongol Empire
Japanese Emperor orders all temples to pray for victoryover the
Mongols
Nichiren Daishonin writes Postscript to the Rissho Ankoku-ron,
appends it to the original
Rissho Ankoku-ron and submits it Hei no
Saemon. This is the second remonstration with Hei no Saemon
Kublai Khan adopts the Chinese dynastic name Yuan for his empire
Tatsunokuchi persecution - Shogunate's failed attempt to execute
Nichiren Daishonin
Nichiren Daisonin is exiled to Sado Island
Nichiren Daishonin submits The Rationale for the Rissho Ankoku-ron
to  Regent Hojo Tokimune, Hei no Saemon, priests Ryokan and Doryu
and 7 other high-ranking officials of he Kamakura Shogunate.
1269
Mongul emissaries return to Daizafu with another official letter
Emissaries from Yuan Dynasty arrive in Dazaifu
The Yuan subdues Sambestusho - a small Japanese island south of Korea
THE MONGOL EMPIRE
Yuan Dynasty
During the Kamakura Era
Mongol emissaries visit Japan again
1273
1274
Nichiren Daishonin meets with Hei no Saemon in Kamakura and issues
his third warning. When it is ignored Daishonin retires to Mt. Minobu
1275
1276
1279
1280
Bun'ei War commences when 40,000 Yuanl forces invade the Japanese
islands of Iki and Tsushima, and the city of Hakata on Kyushu
Kamakura Shogunate orders all provincial administrators and
governors to defend and guard their territories
The Yuan emissaries are executed at Tatsunokuchi by Shogunate
Shoguante orders the entire country, especially Kyushu, to build stone
fortresses to protect their castles and domains
The Yuan captures the capital of the Sung Dynasty in southern China
and unifies China
Japanese Imperial Court orders all temples to pray for victory over The
Yuan
Koan War commences when 140,000 Mongol forces invade Kyushu for
the second time
Nichiren Daishonin dies
1281
1282
1284
1291
1292
1294
Regent Hojo Tokimuni dies
Yuan emissaries are executed by Shogunate at Tsushima
Shogunate orders all temples to pray for The Yuan's surrender
Korean emissaries arrive in Dazaifu demanding Japan's surrender
Kublai Khan dies
Cruel execution of Yuan emissaries at Hakata, Kyushu by Shogunate
officials
Nichiren Daishonin submits the Rissho Ankoku Ron to retired regent
hojo Tokiyori
















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