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  • Sandy CashMailbox 108These documents show that the Tokugawa society has many of values that areemphasized in children’s education. It also shows how concerned they are on socialhierarchy, and propriety. Lastly, it shows that women in the Japan have no power inTokugawa society, for they are suppose to be obedient, and quiet.The Tokugawa society emphasizes many values in children’s education. For example,they are taught to respect their elders, and listen to their commands, not holding them incontempt. They also emphasize teaching children to be humble, yield to others, be loyal,and trustworthy, have filial piety, and much more.The Tokugawa society is concerned with their social hierarchy. This is shown inchildren’s education. For example if a child is born to a high class family who will oneday govern the people, he is taught of the ways of the old, and the way of governingpeople. For if they do not learn this well, they will hurt the people that they will govern.They also have a lot of rules on how men and women can interact. For example, they arenever to sit together or eat together.Women do not have any potential to have power in the Tokugawa society. This isbecause the ideal women are to be quiet, and submissive. Also in this document it talksabout a women’s destiny is to get married and live in submission to her father-in-law.These documents help to show the Tokugawa culture and to see what emphasize the puton teaching their children values. It also helps to show their social hierarchy andpropriety. It also gives us a good picture of how women were seen in the Tokugawasociety.