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Japanese Vocab

Cultural Diffusion How a culture is spread
Religion A belief that there is a higher being
Government A person or group of person that makes laws and regulate people and the place's economics
System of Writing A form of communication on something
Art A form of expression
Architecture The skill of designing a structure
Social Structure How people are seperated into groups
Technology Something that helps someone do a task better
Imperial Relating to an empire or emperor
Regent Someone who rules in the name of another
Emperor The ruler of an empire
Kanji A form of Japanese writing adapted from Chinese characters
Kana A form of Japanese writing using sounds from letters and is writen using simplfied Chinese characters.
Shinto The religion of Japan that is heavily interwined with nature and being clean in spirit
Tanka A form of Japanese poetry
Pagoda A type of Buddhism building that had either 3,5,7,or 9 stories and is roofs stacked on top of each other. The buliding was later adapted by Shinto priests
City design How a city is designed
Created by: Mkwok83