Women and Families of Samurai. By: Laci Miller, Hannah Furmon , Alex Stadler , and Bre Gray. Introduction .
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By: Laci Miller, Hannah Furmon, Alex Stadler, and Bre Gray
Family life was more extended and traditional . Samurai would often go off to defend their daimyo and women would stay at home and watch the children. Women may even fight along side other samurai depending on skill. Honor was very important to the people. Samurai lived their lives by Buddhism ideas and Confucianism. Life was somewhat accurately portrayed in the film The Last Samurai.
Did most samurai live in mountains like Katsumoto? No, most lived in the community or around the area to enforce laws.
In real life the situation of Algren would have been different. He was an enemy and would probably be treated like one.