Conventional periods
in Japanese history

Jomon circa 4000 bce–c. 200 bce
Yayoi c. 200 bce–c 250 ce
Kofun c. 250–552
Asuka 552–645
Nara 645–794
—Hakuho (Early Nara) 645–710
—Tempyō (Late Nara) 710–794
Heian 794–1185
—Jogan (Early Heian) 794–897
—Fujiwara (Late Heian) 897–1185
Kamakura 1185–1336
Nambokucho 1336–1392
Muromachi 1392–1573
Momoyama 1573–1615
Edo (Tokugawa) 1615–1868
Meiji 1868–1912
Taisho 1912–1926
Showa 1926–

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