We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byIyanna Else
Modified about 1 year ago
Look at the above picture. How are these customs similar?
Grand Canal World’s oldest & longest 1,114 mi.
Golden Age Zen Buddhism – meditation Confucianism Rice & tea
Wealthy class Foot binding – women of the house didn’t have to work – sign of wealth
Mounted warriors – cavalry Genghis Khan “Universal Ruler” Conquered Beijing Grandson Kublai Khan Conquered the rest of China Grandson Batu Invaded Russia & Europe Golden Horde
Merchant & explorer 17 left Venice for China Traveled around China for 17 yrs.
Archipelago – island chain Kamikaze “Divine Wind” – typhoon that stopped Mongol invasion apanesePoliticalSystem.htm
Only found in Japan “Way of the kami” – nature spirits No scripture or doctrine Prayers & rituals to please “kami” Existed alongside Zen Buddhism
Emperor Shogun – general controlled military, $, & laws Daimyo – local lords Samurai – warriors hired by lords for protection Peasants
Code of the samurai “way of the warrior” Bravery, loyalty, honor Seppuku or “hara-kiri”– ceremonial suicide to avoid dishonor
JAPAN, KOREA, AND SOUTHEAST ASIA Cultural Diffusion from China.
Japan. Geography: Archipelago: – group of islands under control of one government.
Misc. Vocabulary Japanese Feudalism Mongols Sui/Tang/So ng
8.3 Military Rule. The Fujiwara Family From he seventh century until the end of the Heian period in the twelfth century the Fujiwara clan dominated Japanese.
To protect their lands, nobles recruited samurai, professional warriors who, in return for their service, received clothing, shelter, and food from their.
Vocabulary Tokugawa Ieyasu Zen Shogun Daimyo Samurai Bushido SS.2.3.HS.21.
Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the.
Global History and Geography Regents Review Unit 3 Section 1.
Key Terms – Japan and Feudalism (1) Archipelago Tsunamis Clans Yamato Clan Shinto Seventeen Article Constitution Kyoto Shogun Kamakura Shogunate Daimyos.
Africa. Sub-Saharan Africa: south of Sahara desert Sub-Saharan Africa: south of Sahara desert –Rainforests –Mtns. –Savannas (grasslands)
Rise of Feudalism and Mongol Invasion A.D
JEOPARDY China, Korea, Indochina and Japan Categories
Review: Mongolia Who were the Mongols: What did they do: What technologies did they adopt/develop: Who were important Mongols: The Mongols who took over.
Japan is a mountainous _______________ – Definition: a group or chain of islands – located in the ____________ off the coast of mainland _________ archipelago.
Japan. Geography -The islands of Japan were under sea mountains. - 20% of Japan is flat. -Because of their mountains many people built houses by sea.
Chapter 8 Japan Flash Cards. Was introduced to Japan from China and Korea Buddhism.
Emergence of Japan Mr. Koch World History A Forest Lake High School.
SECTION 3 THE MONGOL EMPIRE Chapter 12. Beginning a New Dynasty Kublai Khan grandson to Genghis became the Great Khan Became emperor of China.
Nara and Heian Period Japan Centralization of Japan, Cultural Diffusion from China, and the breakdown to the Feudal Period.
The Rise of Japan I. Development 1. Early history written by 1. Early history written by Chinese and Koreans Chinese and Koreans a. Warring Clans (tribes)
Feudal Japan. Topic: Feudal Japan Aim: How does Feudal Japan compare and contrast to Feudalism in Europe? Agenda: 1)Notes on page 5 and 7 2)Guided practice.
East Asia. Sui Dynasty – C.E. – Grand Canal- linked the Yangzi and Yellow rivers.
ASIA. China and the Mongols FOCUS on Chinese achievements during the Tang and Song Dynasties – Porcelain, Mechanical Clock, Printing, Explosive Powder,
FEUDAL JAPAN. Emperor Shogun Chief military and governmental officer in feudal Japan Daimyo Powerful local lords in Japan Samurai Japanese warriors.
Chapter 12.4 Emergence of Japan and the Feudal Age.
Feudalism in Japan. Emperor The ruler of Japan His power was fading.
Japan’s Feudal Age. Japanese Feudalism Emerges Due to a struggle for power within armies-a feudal system in Japan evolved Just like in medieval Europe-this.
Japan is an archipelago (island group ) Japan- “Land of the Rising Sun” Geographic AdvantagesGeographic Disadvantages Mild climate with lots of rainfall.
12.3 The Mongol Empire As Emperor of China, Kublai Khan encourages foreign trade. 3.
Chapter 8, Section 3. Daimyo – people who owned large areas of land. Samurai – trained, professional warriors hired to defend the daimyo and his property.
Japan Chapter What is Japan’s geography like and how has it shaped their culture? Many mountains Eat all kinds of seafood and have for 1000’s of.
THE MONGOL EMPIRE. Kublai Khan becomes Emperor China is ruled by a foreigner for the 1 st and only time in history Kublai Khan founded the Yuan Dynasty.
Study (with notebook at your seat) Turn in Glossaries and Study Guides in the back Get out a piece of paper and pencil THEN Place book bag in the.
Early Japan and Feudalism Mrs. Hart and Mrs. Bernier.
Prepare yourself for BLUEBLUEGREENGREEN ORANGEORANGE YELLOWYELLOWREDRED.
Instructions for using this template. Remember this is Jeopardy, so where I have written “Answer” this is the prompt the students will see, and where.
History of isolation Human occupation: 30,000 yrs ago Strong Japanese Civilization AFTER yr 0 Japan first mentioned in writing: 297 CE by Chinese “Book.
DROPBOX/PASS UP JAPAN HW #3 V-SHARE 1.JAPAN NOTES #3.
Feudal Asia Knight Mounted Warriors who pledged to defend their lords’ lands in exchange for fiefs. Samurai Members of the warrior class who were loyal.
Medieval Period in Japan. Geography Islands covered with rugged mountains Avoid invasion Develop a homogeneous culture Only 17% of land usable.
Yamato Period: “ Great Kings ” era Began promoting adoption of Chinese culture: a Confucianism a Language (characters) a Buddhist sects a Chinese.
Japan and the United States Islands Hokkaido Honshu Shikuku Kyushu Okinawa.
Chapter 12 Section 1. Bell Quiz 1. What problems and benefits did the Huang River bring to the Chinese people? 2. What were the main features of Shang.
I. Feudalism A political, economic, and social system that exchanges land for loyalty and military service.
Japan’s Feudal Age. Feudal Society Emperor- Highest rank; NO political power Shogun- Actual Ruler Daimyo- Large land-owners Samurai- Warriors loyal to.
+ Chapter 11: China. + Genghis Khan Created the largest land empire the world saw until the British empire Solidified his power by ordering the execution.
Feudal Powers in Japan I. Geography of Japan Archipelago of 4,000 islands Advantages: Mild climate + rainfall + long growing season = FOOD! Disadvantages:
Japan and Korea. Japan’s geography Archipelago (island chain) 4000 islands Mountains terrace farming Heavy rains rice planting ( gained from Korea)
© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.