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    Medieval Japanese Castles

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    testament to this and answer the question. These castles are the Himeji Castle and the Gifu Castle. The Himeji Castle is located in the center of Himeji City and is a primary source, which is a building. Akamatsu Sadanori was in the position of daimyo and was of Japanese decent when he built Himeji Castle in 1346. It was primarily

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    with the regent, Ishida Mitsunari, he began negotiating with the daimyo and lords under Ishida Mitsunari control. Tokugawa Ieyasu had promised that if the daimyos were to switch sides during battle, land would be given to them and they would be forgiven for fighting on the enemy side. This idea proposed to them interested them, and many daimyo 's began to switch to Tokugawa Ieyasu 's side. After many months of negotiating with daimyo 's under the control of the other regents, Tokugawa Ieyasu was able

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    Tokyo Persuasive Speech

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    Did you watch the closing ceremony of Pyeongchang Olympic 2018 ? Do you know Japanese Winter Olympic National Team renew the record of meals in Japanese history? And next Summer Olympic games will be held in Tokyo. The last time when we had Summer Olympic games in Tokyo was in 1964. There were a lot of foreigners and I assume there were little resources about Tokyo because the internet was not spread as well as these days. Then there were a lot of people who couldn’t enjoy enough Tokyo. So I’m going

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    covered with gold leaf. Using this mobile innovation he was able to practice the tea ceremony wherever he went, powerfully projecting his unrivalled power and status. Politically, he set up a governmental system that balanced out the most powerful daimyo; in some ways it has been described as like a parliament with a president. Upon Hideyoshi’s death in 1598, Tokugawa took control, leaving in place a majority of Hideyoshi’s decrees to use as a base upon which to

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    with his military prowess and a strong central government. There were eight classes in this system : Emperor , Court Nobility , Shogun , Daimyo , Samurai , Peasants , Craftsmen , and Merchants. The highest two were figureheads

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    The authority of the Ashikaga Shogunate dissolved, and the country was left in the hands of power-hungry daimyos ("the great names"). Various daimyos across Japan gained authority and fought each other for land and the shogunate himself. They created an environment of endemic warfare which directly hindered the unification of Japan.

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    Samurai were warrior class who lived by an unwritten code called “Bushido.” They fought for the large landowners called Daimyo, they worked for the Daimyo’s protection and against other powerful landowners. The Samurai was taught the values and traditions, and had to be educated in literature and writing. Therefor samurai were also trained in meditation and fighting techniques such as archery, swordsmanship, and martial arts. All of this leads to an impact on military, feudalistic society and

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    The Great Samurai

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    Richard Le East asia and china history The Downfall of the once Great Samurai Samurai’s have a long rich history and what it meant to be a Samurai is honor, valor, loyalty. You were also wealthy and were on of the elites of Japan’s class system. Although samurais were once known as “Great”, the samurai’s downfall was inevitable because they want to keep same traditions not trying modernize. During eighth century, the Heian Period, around the year 800 to 1200, Samurai originally was referred

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    Politics have had a major influence on crime and the criminal justice systems of countries around the world for centuries. Politics have lead to bribery, corruption, and deception in the criminal justice system. Although the amount of influence politics have on the criminal justice system has declined, politics can still be quite prevalent in modern criminal justice systems. One of the major ways politics influence the criminal justice system is with money. Money is a very powerful incentive for

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    Tokugawa society. During the period before the Tokugawa, Japanese social structure was present but did not put a clamp on society. Lords known as daimyo ruled over the land. The name daimyo was give to any lord who controlled land that was home of at least 10,000 koku of rice per year. A koku is the equivalent to about 5 bushels (page 52, 4). Each daimyo had samurai that would live on their land to provide

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    The Daimyo's Hierarchy

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    had received land by taking an oath to the shoguns. Daimyo had power over his army and had power under the shoguns. The samurais were in the warrior class. Their job was to protect Japanese including the Emperor. To control the land they were paid by the Daimyo. The samurai also swore an oath (to his loyalty) to the Daimyo. Regularly, the samurais must collect taxes and run the land. The samurais have a code called Bushido. To be loyal to the Daimyo is one of the first duties. The second one is to

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    8. Safavid Empire (460-461) Ismail, the ancestor of Safi al-Din, founded the Safavid Empire and used Persian methods of ruling. He expanded his region over regions such as the Iranian plateau, Caucus, and central Asia. Ismail established his political base at the tomb of Safi al-Din. In an attempt to find favor in the eyes of Turkish in the region, the Safavids decided to convert to a form of Shiism - he forced the Sunnis to convert to the religion, Twelver Shiism. Twelver Shiism was a religion

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    of Tokugawa Hidetada, and the grandson of Tokugawa Ieyasu. In 1633, after his sibling's passing, he released the Daimyo his pre-disessor had left in control and supplanted them with his youth companions. This made him disagreeable with numerous daimyo, yet Iemitsu essentially uprooted his rivals. He is credited with setting up the other participation framework which constrained daimyo to live in Edo (medieval Tokyo) in rotating grouping, investing a sure measure of energy in Edo, and a sure measure

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    rights and responsibilities due to my social class. I had an occupied place in high society due to my duties. The only thing is that I was expected to be a fearless, brave, loyal servant to my superiors which are now the samurai lords, considered the daimyo. They are the samurai lords. As of now we are a very small part of the population. Like most of the Japanese population my parents used to be farmers before they had me. I am now treated god like. Whenever

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    home when he was a boy and became a page to a retainer of the daimyo in the province Tōtōmi. Toyotomi Hideyoshi first rise to power was when he overthrew two powerful daimyos and became the lord of Nagahama. This was a key part to his life because if he didn’t overthrow the daimyos he would still be a page. He then went on to invade the Bitchū province, which gave him a massive place to set up his empire. He then he besieged the daimyo Mōri Terumoto and gained more freedom to set up his domain. Next

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    face of the government and religious figure, and the Shogun, which was the militaristic dictator, meaning he really had most of the power. Under the Shogun resided the Daimyo, who could be considered warlords or vassals, as they were landowners. On the side for added bureaucracy, there was the Samurai who had a voice towards the Daimyo and were warriors. There was a strict balance between each political role with the Shogun being at the top, and the merchant being at the bottom(farmers were considered

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    Nebraska: HubPages, 2014) With sankin-koutai, daimyo had to maintain two residences--one in Edo capital, and the other in their feudal domain. This movement of the entire court to the capital occurs every alternate year. In order to prevent the daimyo from accumulating excessive assets and power, this travel which drained their energy and resources was mandatory.This movement towards the capital resulted in a surge of wealth into the economy as the daimyos’ processions stopped to

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    book that about a boy called seikei who lives in japan. Seikei embarks on a journey to find the thief that stole the jewel from a daimyo, he was involved on solving the mystery.he was taken along by Judge Ooka a samurai who had solved mysteries.it was up to Seikei and judge Ooka to find who had stolen the Jewel.Genji a samurai who’s family had been slain by the daimyo Lord Hakuseki had the courage ,loyalty ,honor was the quality and characteristics of a samurai. Genji has the characteristics of

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    features hierarchies or social structures. The feudal system normally starts with a religion, which is at the very top of the social pyramid, then it’s the King or monarch for Europe and the shogun for Japan, then there are the nobles for Europe and the daimyos for Japan. As we go down the pyramid there are the warriors, like the knight in Europe and the samurai in Japan, then there are the peasants. The peasants were included in both eras and are at the lowest part of the pyramid. The European king and

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    behaviour from others and the amount of power they held during that time. The Shoguns commanded and army of Samurai(Bushi). Samurai were warriors of premodern Japan (Samurai - Japanese Warriors, 2016) who served a lord(Daimyo) and gave power and authority to the Shoguns in return Daimyo gave the Samurai land and shelter. To aid them in battle they wore armour

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