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Way of the Warrior
JAPAN CULTURAL DIFFUSION
200 300 400 500 Boo! Shido Way of the Warrior Japan Cultural Diffusion S-S-S Samurai More Difusion Mo Money! 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100
Samurai were expected to be _______ to their daimyo for life
What is loyal?
This was the most valuable thing to a samurai
What is his honor?
Which of the following was not a weapon for a samurai: sword, bow and arrow, his hands, a gun?
What is a gun?
Samurai were first hired by these people when bandits began to raid
Who are landowners?
Samurai learned to perform a ceremony to prepare this
What is tea?
This is the title of the military leader in feudal Japan
What is a shogun?
These people made up 90% of Japan’s population
Who are peasants?
Samurai warriors always carried two of these
What are swords?
To prove a victory in battle, a samurai warrior would bring these to their daimyo
What are heads?
Samurai warriors would shout this before a battle
What is their name, their daimyo, their reason for fighting?
This religion came to Japan from China by way of Korea
What is Buddhism?
This regent from the Soga clan was very interested in bringing Chinese ideas to Japan
Who is Prince Shotoku?
Like the Mandate of Heaven in China, the Japanese thought this about their emperor
What is descended from the Gods?
Japan adopted their writing system and literary style from this country
What is China?
These changes took all lands away from local landowners and gave control to the emperor
What are the Taika Reforms?
This religion appealed to samurai because of its emphasis on discipline
What is Zen Buddhism?
This was the title of a landowning noble in Japan’s military society
What is a daimyo?
This was the name of the first shogun
Who is Minamoto Yoritomo?
This was the punishment for failing to live up to the code of Bushido
What is seppuku (suicide)?
Amida Buddhism is also known as this
What is Pure Land Buddhism?
Prince Shotoku was interested in modeling Japan’s government after this country
What is China?
This is the type of writing that Japan “borrowed” from China
What is kanji?
Japan tried to make changes to their government to strengthen the power of this person
Who is the emperor?
Japan learned about Buddhism from this country
What is Korea?
A traditional Japanese building with 3, 5, 7, or 9 curved roofs
What is a pagoda?
Heian aristocrats thought that these would look better dyed black
What are teeth?
Heian aristocrats carried these around to show their rank in society
What are fans?
Poetry became very popular, particularly these 5-7-5-7-7 syllable poems about love, nature & beauty
What are tanka?
Problems began for the Heian Period because aristocrats stopped doing this
What is paying taxes?
This was the plan for wealthy aristocratic families (Soga) to gain imperial power
What is set up marriages between their women and the emperor?
This is the term used to describe the emperor in Japan’s feudal structure
What is a FIGUREHEAD?
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