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What is Shinto? Japanese religion. Their main concept is kami. (kami= spirit in everything living. Animal species have kami)
Who was Commodore Perry? ordered Nippon to get rid of their isolationist mentality and expand their friendly trade relations with the USA
who was Emperor Meiji? 122nd Emperor of Japan
what was Seppuku? traditional Japanese suicide
what is a Katana? a traditional Japanese sword that the samurai used
What was the silk road? the road in which people all over Europe/ Asia come to trade their “goods
what was a shogun? supreme general
who was Zheng he? takes fleet of 100 ships sails to northern china to southern Africa. He comes back and tells them there is nothing better than China. He caused china to isolate from the rest of the world
what were their castles built like and why? built in a way that if there was an earthquake, it would still stand
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