Feudal Japan Savanna and Max

Type of government

Feudal Japan has a Monarchy government. Where an Emperor is Samurai which is similar to a king, but in Japan he is the leader of the people and also a leader of religion.The feudal period of Japanese history was a time when powerful families (Daimler) and the military power of warlords (shogun), and their warriors, and of course the samurai ruled Japan.


for feudal japan land and labor are the two big production factors that japan had. they where huge for their rice fields and/or kingdoms and the fields used up a lot of land and especially a lot of labor.

Japan also had a really good metal.

Distribution and trade cycle

There was little trade, mostly local with little to no contact with China or Korea.

coming of age

Coming of Age Day (Seijin-no-hi) in Japan , celebrated and marks the symbolic initiation of both male and female 20-years-old into adulthood. After completing ceremonies, clothed in traditional garb, participants are formally considered adults.


Shinto (their native religion) believed that everything was possessed a spirit. Buddhism became one of the most important influences brought by Korean travelers and the worship spread through japan.


Formal education in Japan started when the Chinese language system was introduced into Japan. At that time only the aristocracy had access to education through schools that primarily taught Confucianism and Buddhist thought and practice.

feudal japan's art

Japanese art covers a wide range of art styles, including ancient pottery, sculpture, ink painting and calligraphy on silk and paper and, paintings.

Japans literature

Early works of Japanese literature were heavily influenced by cultural contact with China and Chinese literature, often written in Classical Chinese. Indian literature also had an influence through the Diffusion of Buddhism in Japan. Eventually, Japanese literature developed into a separate style in its own right as Japanese writers began writing their own works about Japan, although the influence of Chinese literature and Classical Chinese remained until the end of the Edo period

social pyramid

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