Presentation on theme: "Chapter 14 Section 3 Life In Medieval Japan Pages 498-504 Questions 1-5."— Presentation transcript:
Chapter 14 Section 3 Life In Medieval Japan Pages Questions 1-5
1. How did Shinto and Buddhist religions meet different needs in Japan? Shinto was concerned with daily everyday life, while Buddhism got one ready for the afterlife or the life to come.
2. What were Noh plays, and how were they performed? Noh Plays are Japan’s oldest form of acting and entertainment. It is on a bare stage, actors wear mask and ornate robes, dance and chant poetry. Very Boring
3. Show the characteristics of Pure Land Buddhism and Zen Buddhism? Pure Land Buddhism Zen Buddhism Sect of Mahayana Buddhism Began in India Spread to China→Korea→Japan Believe in a happy after life Sect of Mahayana Buddhism Monks brought Zen from China 1100’s Find peace through self control Looked toward Lord Amida Buddha of love and mercy Created a paradise in the clouds They Chant her name Control their bodies through Martial Arts Meditation helped people to relax and find inner peace
4. How did guilds benefit artisans and Daimyos? Guilds offered protection from rival artisans and sold daimyos goods they could not get themselves?
5. Why do you think women lost some of their freedoms when Japan became a Warrior Society? Japan was a male dominated society so when they became a warrior society the Male Chauvinism rose placing women under tighter restrictions.