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Kazunomiya: Prisoner of Heaven, Japan, 1858

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Kazunomiya: Prisoner of Heaven, Japan 1858

For more than twenty years Japan had been isolated under its Chained-in Country policy. Foreigners were not to be trusted and virtually all foreign trade was prohibited. In , Princess Kazunomiya was born into this world of international isolation. As Kazunomiya matures, she feels more and more like a pawn with no control over her own destiny. Her arranged marriage to a young prince she has fallen in love with is canceled, and a new husband is chosen for her to cement the connection between her royal family and the army.


Kazunomiya; Prisoner of Heaven- Kathryn Lasky


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