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SQL query:

SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Bridge to the Modern The dawn of the seventeenth century is a good place to end a book on Kyoto’s premodern history. By 1600, Hideyoshi’s great urban reconstruction had laid&nbsp;the foundations of the modern city, and political centralization under the succeeding Tokugawa&nbsp;shogunate (1603-1868) would soon bring in sweeping material, social, and political changes that&nbsp;moved Japan decisively into its early modern era. Just as important, with the military regime&nbsp;choosing Edo as its headquarters, Kyoto lost its status as the political center of the country, and&nbsp;by about 1630 ceased being Japan’s largest city. To stop the narrative here, therefore, makes sense&nbsp;for both historical and historiographical reasons. Doing so, however, would be unfortunate in&nbsp;light of the lack of scholarship on the major buildings and urban projects of the Tokugawa period.&nbsp;Still visible in the city today, many stand as monuments to early modern advances in technology,&nbsp;changi') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Bridge to the Modern The dawn of the seventeenth century is a good place to end a book on Kyoto’s premodern history. By 1600, Hideyoshi’s great urban reconstruction had laid&nbsp;the foundations of the modern city, and political centralization under the succeeding Tokugawa&nbsp;shogunate (1603-1868) would soon bring in sweeping material, social, and political changes that&nbsp;moved Japan decisively into its early modern era. Just as important, with the military regime&nbsp;choosing Edo as its headquarters, Kyoto lost its status as the political center of the country, and&nbsp;by about 1630 ceased being Japan’s largest city. To stop the narrative here, therefore, makes sense&nbsp;for both historical and historiographical reasons. Doing so, however, would be unfortunate in&nbsp;light of the lack of scholarship on the major buildings and urban projects of the Tokugawa period.&nbsp;Still visible in the city today, many stand as monuments to early modern advances in technology,&nbsp;changi') AND id != 68288 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-04-21 18:09:31' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5