Feudal Japan

1. What is Feudalism?

Feudalism in Japan was basically a fight for more land, more money
, and mostly, more power. It also was a form of government.

2. What led to the rise of Feudalism in Japan?

The rise of Feudalism in Japan was caused by, the weak government couldn't control fighting among the daimyo. Lawlessness to become vassals ( often received land from the daimyo and in return for this the vassals offered military service to the daimyo ) of the daimyo for protection.

3. What are 3 art forms from ancient Japan and how did they impact/influence society at that time period?

Three art forms from ancient Japan are noh,  kabuki, and haiku. Noh and kabuki impacted the environment by allowing enjoyment to a audience. They were a type of drama. The haiku was a form of poetry. It helped people read and get educated. Also it allowed people to be creative and imaginative.

Kabuki-Play performed by men, uses music.

Noh- Had no music, performed legends.

4. What was the social structure of Feudal Japan?

The social structure of Feudal Japan is, that they have a shogun ( like a king ) who ruled the country through the daimyo ( like the nobles ), who were the heads of samurai ( they're like the knights). The peasants were the farmers in exchange for protection by the samurai, who worked under a code of conduct know as bushido ( like chivalry ). The Feudal Japan society was organized under a class system with no social mobility.

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