@aha360 1/3 The Japanese Emperors' lineage had two Courts since the 14th century: the Northern Court and the Southern Court. Emperor Komei was the Northern line and was a very stubborn feudalist.

@aha360 2/3 That is, the position of running the country on two axes: the Shogun, who represented the Samurai in Edo, and the Emperor in Kyoto. But plotters who wanted to annihilate the Samurai class, did not like this.

@aha360 3/3 Two years after he was erased, the feudal system, which had lasted for about 680 years, destroyed. The Meiji era by the jewish minions ( e.g. anti-Samurai and pro-Southern line power, and Shinto fundamentalists etc) began in 1868.