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Asian Upheavel

Japanese feudalism, Mongols, China

traditional fighters within the Japanese feudal system - similar to knights samurai
a code of conduct followed by Japanese Samurai - similar to chivalry for knights code of Bushido
the top military commander in Japanese feudal society (he ran the show!) shogun
large land owner in feudal Japan, similar to Western Europe's noble/lord daimyo
traditional belief system of Japan Shinto
chain of Islands archipelago
fear of foreigners Xenophobia
divine winds - strong wind storms Kamikaze
time of peace and prosperity of the Mongol Empire - Silk Road was safer. Pax Mongolia
act of taking over land with military power conquest
a strategy that helps win a war (use prisoners as human shield military tactic
This method of farming uses "steps" that are built into the side of a mountain or hill. On each level, various crops are planted. terraced farming
large wave caused by an earthquake. In 2011, this kind of wave destroyed parts of the coast in Japan. tsunami
Created by: jenzabenz