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Samurai and Shogun take Over Japan. By Reiner, Troy, Luc, and Ross. The Rise of Samurai. Daimyo- A large land owner. Samurai-A trained professional warrior. Most Samurai came from noble families. The word samurai means to serve in Japanese. Most samurai were paid in land or rice .

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samurai and shogun take over japan

Samurai and Shogun take Over Japan

By

Reiner, Troy, Luc, and Ross

the rise of samurai
The Rise of Samurai
  • Daimyo- A large land owner.
  • Samurai-A trained professional warrior.
  • Most Samurai came from noble families.
  • The word samurai means to serve in Japanese.
  • Most samurai were paid in land or rice
shoguns rule japan
Shoguns rule Japan
  • Strong nobles wanted a new government. So they fought the emperor.
  • Two powerful clans went to war in 1150.
  • The Minamoto clan won in the end.
the emperor and shogun
The Emperor and Shogun
  • When the Minamoto clan won they didn’t get rid of the emperor, but was used as a figurehead, a person who appears in power but is not, for safety reasons.
  • One shogun at any given time ruled Japan for the next 700 years.