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Bō͘-hú (Ji̍t-pún)

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The shogun hearing a lawsuit at the Fukiage of Edo Castle, by Toyohara Chikanobu.

Bo̍k-hú (Ji̍t-pún-gí:幕府 / ばくふ bakuhu) sī Ji̍t-pún le̍k-sú-siōng Cheng-î Tāi-chiong-kun hōaⁿ si̍t-chè khoân-le̍k ê chi̍t khoán chèng-hú hêng-sek. Ùi 1185 nî Genpei Ha̍p-chiàn kiat-sok ê sî khai-sí, kàu 1867 nî Bîn-tī Î-sin ê sî kiat-sok; keng-kòe Kamakura bō͘-hú, Muromachi bō͘-hú, Tomo bō͘-hú [ja], kap Edo bō͘-hú 4 ê bō͘-hú sî-kî. Kî-tiong, Tomo bō͘-hú sī Muromachi Muromachi bō͘-hú siau-bia̍t liáu-āu ê chân-chûn sè-le̍k; si̍t-chè-siōng, thóng-tī kok-ka ê sī Oda chèng-khoân kap Toyotomi chèng-khoân. Só͘-í, Ji̍t-pún só͘ keng-le̍k--ê sī 3 ê bō͘-hú sî-kî: iû Kawachigen--sī, Houjyou--sī, Ashikaga--sī, kap Tokugawa--sī chêng-chêng-āu-āu thóng-tī 682 tang.

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