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(DMS) Feudal Japan

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Feudalism A economic and government system based on obligation between a landowner and a tenant for service.
Shogunate Government rule by the shogun.
Bushido A code of conduct that dictated samurai behavior, focused on honor.
Code of Conduct A set of guidelines that governed personal behavior.
Martial Arts Any of the traditional forms of self-defense or combat that utilize physical skill and coordination without weapons, as karate, aikido, judo, or kung fu.
Seppuku Ritual suicide that only a samurai could perform.
Honor Synonyms: reputation, integrity, merit.
Daimyo Feudal Japanese lord who was a landowner and typically a noble.
Social Structure Organization of people into ranked groups, typically based on job, birth, or wealthy. A synonym of social class.
Shogun The military leader of Japan. An overlord of all the daimyos. In theory, he was responsible to the emperor. In reality, he ruled Japan.
Samurai A Japanese warrior whose name translates as "to serve".
Created by: jhoward72