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Shinto and Japanese Feudalism

Shinto The way of the Gods. Spirits are found in all living and non living things. A brlief in the spirits of nature
Haiku 17 Syllable poem
Japanese Culture Ideas borrowed from nearby civilizations of Korea and China Korea acted as a bridge between China and Japan Contact began as a result of war and trade Koreans introduced Chinese culture to Japan
Confucianism Proper behavior and social order. Family, loyalty, honoring parents, respect for learning and education
Feudalism A political, economic, and social system based on loyalty, the holding of land, and military service.
Code of Bushido Fidelity Politeness Virility Simplicity
Japanese feudalism was similar to European feudalism provided a way for the ruling class to preserve law and order.. Everyone had a well-defined place in society.
Code of Chivalry Justice Loyalty Defense Courage Faith Humility Nobility
Created by: JImmyjet81