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What was true about the Japanese and European feudal systems?

Feudal Japanese and European societies were built on a system of hereditary classes. In both feudal Japan and Europe, constant warfare made warriors the most important class. Called knights in Europe and samurai in Japan, the warriors served local lords. In both cases, the warriors were bound by a code of ethics.

How was Japanese feudalism different from European feudalism?

Unlike European feudalism, Japanese feudalism had no true pyramid form, with a hierarchy of ‘inferior’ nobles being presided over by the monarch. The European system was based on Roman and Germanic law, as well as the Catholic Church, while the Japanese system was based on Chinese Confucian law and Buddhism.

Was feudalism in Japan different to feudalism in Europe include 3 ways?

Feudalism in Japan was based on a moral duty, whereas feudalism in Europe was based on traditional customs. B. Feudalism in Japan was based on traditional customs, whereas feudalism in Europe was based on native religions.

How were medieval Japan and medieval Europe similar and different?

Since the ownership of land is what defines feudalism, both Japan and Europe have both landowning and non-landowning castes during the Middle Ages. Perhaps the most important similarity between Japanese and European feudalism for most people was the fact that they were both hereditary caste systems.

What was the term for landowning lords in feudal Japan *?

A local landowning lord in Japan is called. Daimyo.

What was the Lord vassal system?

If a lord acted in the service of a king, the lord was considered a vassal of the king. As part of the feudal agreement, the lord promised to protect the vassal and provided the vassal with a plot of land. This land could be passed on to the vassal’s heirs, giving the vassal tenure over the land.

What is a vassal Japan?

Land and Loyalty in the Kamakura Shogunate The vassals gave the shoguns soldiers or supplies and fought to control local territories in the name of the shogun. The vassals were rewarded for their service by being appointed as lesser lords and were given land that could be used for farming.

Who is the greatest ninja that ever lived?

Hattori Hanzo, The Greatest Ninja (1542 ~ 1596)

  • He was known as “Demon Shinobi Hanzo” because of his strategic thinking.
  • There are many Hattori Hanzo because in the past it was common to use similar names for the same family members.
  • Toward the end of his life he built a buddhist temple and became a monk.

Who is the best ninja in the world?

Hatsumi Masaaki

Who is the strongest ninja in Ninjago?