- −1 National unrest
- −10% Ship cost
- +1 Diplomatic reputation
- +20% Domestic trade power
- +15% Morale of navies
- +1 Merchant
- +15% Trade steering
- +1 Tolerance of heretics
- +1 Tolerance of heathens
- −10% Advisor cost
- +10% Trade efficiency
The Ouchi clan is a major daimyo in Western Japan, controlling both sides of the Kanmon strait between Kyushu and Honshu, including the major center of trade in Chikuzen. Historically, they were noted for their trade with Ming China as well as their cultural achievements.
Kyoto of the West
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In this time of war and unrest many fear for their safety in the Imperial court of Kyoto. Many influential nobles, retainers, scholars and artisans are now turning away from the great city, looking to the provinces for safety. For a distant clan such as ours this is an opportunity in disguise. If we can attract these men of quality to our court in Yamaguchi we could aspire to be a new Kyoto in the west. For anyone to take such a claim seriously we would have to invest greatly in the growth of our city, its castle and its infrastructure. Renovations that would come at a high price…
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A nice dream, but an expensive one.
Yamaguchi shall be like no city before it.
Unite Japan as a Daimyo.
Start as a Japanese Daimyo, convert yourself and all of Japan to Christianity.
Embrace "manufacturies" institution as Japan by 1655.
Go full isolationist in 6 Incidents.