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Feudal Japan

Feudal Japan study stack

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What other country did the Japanese model their culture after? China
What is the Shogun? The leader of the military and real leader of the country
Who did most of the writing? The upper class and elites.
What is a samurai? A member of a powerful military caste in feudal Japan, especially a member of the class of military retainers of the daimyos.
When was the Heian period formed and when did it end? 794-1185
What religion do the Japanese follow? Buddhism
What is a piece of land surrounded by water? Island
What is a daimyo? One of the great lords who were vassals of the shogun.
The wealth and resources of a country or region, especially in terms of the production and consumption of goods and services. Economy
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