Feudalism Fair By Cameron Brown
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Feudalism In Japan By: Cameron Brown
Feudalistic Japan was very similar to the European system of social classes.
Japan had It's own version of a king , the shogun
Japanese Social Classes
The shobun ruled through daimyo (like the nobles).
The daimyo were head of the samarai (knights).
Peasants farmed the land in exchange for protection by the samarai. This was Japans version of chivalry.
By the 1100's Japan's central government had begun to lose control of the empire and local clans began to fight for power.
After several years of fighting the Tokugawan family became the shogun, the news generals of Japan.
Under the Tokugawa rule Japan flourished. Agricultural production increased, the population grew and economic activity increased. Japan's government system became rigid and firm aswell.
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