How Did Shinto Influence Japanese Culture

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Japan is part of the pacific ring of fire, where tectonic plates causes volcanic activity and earthquakes. Japan only has about 20 percent of the land for agriculture. Japan had a temperate climate that doesn't suffer from extreme climate. The oceans and sea around Japan have an abundant of life and and plenty resource for food. The Jomon people began farming food crop in Japan. The new Asian migrant brought rice into Japan. Japan was ruled by warrior aristocracy and each aristocratic clan controlled its own territory. Shinto emerged as the religion in early Japan. They practiced their ritual in beautiful natural places. Shinto served as a unified force in Japanese history. During The Nara Period, the importation of Chinese…show more content…
Nomadic people organized into clans and herd the animals. Mongols lived in tents called yurts. All young young men are train to ride a horse and learn how to fight. Genghis Khan united the Mongols into an alliance. He organized his army into myriads of 10,000 troops and smaller unit into 1,000, 100 an 10 troops. Genghis Khan had a force of 120,000 army, Khan wiped out all rival force in Mongolia that had not joined him. Khan attacked and conquered Northern China. Genghis Khan launched a vicious attack on the Quezon Empire. When the mongols attack the city, they killed everyone on that city. They destroyed irrigation canals so that city would not rise again. Genghis Khan sent an army into Russia and defeated a large army. The Mongols would controlled most of southern Russia. Genghis Khan controlled central Asia, so he also controlled the silk road train. The Impact of the Mongols conquest was huge in world history. The Mongol Impact spread Asian ideas and technology over central Asia and Middle east. Asia is now connected with the middle east and Europe. The use of gunpowder spread as well. The Chinese rebelled against the Mongolians and set up the the new ages of China called the Ming

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