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Feudal Japan. “Land of the Rising Sun”. Terms to Know. Shinto = Earliest religion in Japan, pre-Buddhism. Believes all natural things have their own spirits. Clan = group of families related by blood, marriage

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    1. Feudal Japan “Land of the Rising Sun”

    2. Terms to Know • Shinto = Earliest religion in Japan, pre-Buddhism. Believes all natural things have their own spirits. • Clan = group of families related by blood, marriage • Taika Reforms = “Great Change”; forced some clans to give up land to the emperor; divided Japan into provinces; got idea from China • Prince Shotoku = Early emperor of Japan; brought constitution, reforms, encouraged Chinese study

    3. Topic: Japan’s Chinese Influence Question: What influence did China have on Japan? Japan… • Allowed Buddhism from China and Korea to spread • Copied, thanks to Prince Shotoku, Chinese-style temples, Chinese and Korean art, medicine, architecture, philosophy…

    4. Reforms, art, medicine, philosophy, and so on… HEY, QUIT COPYING! What do students often say?

    5. JAPANESE FEUDAL PYRAMID • Can it be compared to Europe’s during the Middle Ages?

    6. Oh, that’s right…

    7. Japanese Feudal Pyramid

    8. Japanese Feudal Pyramid • Shogun = military and political leader of Japan; “great general” • Daimyo = high-ranking samurai lords who provided the shogun with warriors in exchange for land • Samurai = lower-ranking warriors who served their daimyo in exchange for small manors • Peasants = lowest class; most taxed; worked the land for their lord.

    9. Comparing and Contrasting Feudal Japan and Feudal Europe Japan Europe

    10. Compare and Contrast Area: Feudal Europe Feudal Japan Chain mail (links,) heavy plates of steel Iron, leather, and silk held together with leather straps Armor Most knights on foot, some on horses Most samurai on foot, some on horses Styles of battle Sword, mace, bow and arrow, etc Weapons Sword mainly; some bamboo guns “Chivalry” (courtesy, protecting serfs, loyalty to lord) “Bushido” (give life to protect daimyo, set good examples) Codes of Honor Make six boxes down…

    11. Compare and Contrast Latin; Clergy were literate, most others were not Japanese; Shoguns forced most Samurai to learn Literacy Why did Feudalism die here? Died around 1400. People moved off manors and into growing towns Died in late 1800s. Shoguns adopted new technologies; Samurais were no longer needed

    12. Rise of the Shogun • Question: What was Japan like before Shoguns? • From 800-1100AD, mostly peaceful and stable, and refined • Buddhism encouraged, (2 types) • Few other clans were allowed to share power • Emperor most powerful Japanese Buddhist Temple

    13. Question: Why did the Shoguns rise? By 1150, there was… • The leading clan became corrupt • Wars broke out between competing clans. • By 1185, after many exhausting wars, one leader, Yoritomo Minamoto, proved most powerful and became 1st Shogun • Emperors became just figureheads

    14. A cartoon Shogun Yoritomo, 1st Shogun

    15. Shoguns still have influence in Japanese culture today…