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Takeshi's Castle

Challenge Week #2

Shinto A Japanese religion involving worship of ancestors and nature spirits
Feudalism A political and economic system during Medieval time in Europe and Japan in which noble families owned the land and allowed people to farm for them in return for part of the crops and military service..
Centralized Government A government in which authority and power are given to a small group of people
Ethnocentric Opinion that one own’s way of life is better than the lifestyle of others
Bushido The code of honor and morals developed by the Japanese samurai
Shogunate The government of the hereditary military dictator of Japan
Samurai Japanese warriors
Daimyo A large and powerful group of landowning nobles
Isolationism A policy of remaining apart from other groups, especially the political affairs of other countries
Commodore A naval officer of high rank
Emperor A monarch with great power who rules over a large amount of territory
Kimonos Traditional Japanese garment
Classical Period Description Buddhism is introduced to Japan and the first dynasty starts.
Medieval Japan The mongols were constantly trying to overthrow Japan and there is a lot of war.
Edo Period Japan becomes isolated and invades Korea. There is a rebellion trying to get Christianity unbanned
Coordinating Conjunctions For, And, Nor, But, Or, So
Subordinating Conjunctions Since, When, After, Because, If Therefore, However, Also/As a matter of fact, Meanwhile, Otherwise
Relative Pronouns That, Which, Who, Whom, Whose
Classical Period Religion Shinto, Buddhism, Confucianism
Medieval Japan Religion Shinto, Buddhism
Edo Period Religion Buddhism, Shintoism, Confucianism
Edo Period Government Shogunate, Domains/Bakuhan taisei
Medieval Japan Government Kamakura Shogunate
Classical Period Government Military government
Classical Major Event The capital city is moved from Nara to Kyoto
Medieval Major Event Christianity was introduced
Classical Major Event Christianity was banned and Japan becomes isolated for more than 200 years.
Portugal Portugal brought guns to the Japanese
Japans Isolation Japan's Isolation lasted 250 years
Kamikaze Divine Wind
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