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Early japan

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Early Japan by Dakota Hogue Brittany Hallum Kyresha Darrough and Summer Balinger

Early Japan by Dakota Hogue Brittany Hallum Kyresha Darrough and Summer Balinger

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  • 1. By: Summer Ballinger, DakotaHogue, Kyresha Darrough, and Brittany Hallum
  • 2.  Mount Fuji is an important nation symbol. The seas surrounding Japan made it easier for ships to travel. Japan developed its own fiercely independent society with it own religion, art, literature, and govenerment. The vast ocean, kept Japanese people insosalated or separated. Ancient Greece forced Japanese to turn to the sea for a living.
  • 3.  Japan-a chain of island that stretches North to South in the Northern Pacific Ocean. Hokkaido-one of the 4 largest oceans of Japan. Shikoku-one of the 4 largest oceans of Japan. Kyushu-one of the largest oceans in Japan. Shrines-holy places. Kamakura-a small see side place. Daimyo-areas were headed by powerful military lords.
  • 4.  Sects-smaller religious groups Meditation-followers of Zen Buddhism Animism- Believed that all of these things have their own spirits Clans- the early Japanese Constitution- a plan of government Samurai- Class of warriors in feudal Japan who pledged loyalty to a noble in return for land
  • 5.  Heian-Emperor Kammu of Japan Minamoto Yoritomo-leader of the Minamoto Ashicaga Takuji-turned against the emperor and made himself shogun in 1993 Jimmy-took the title “emperor of heaven” Shogun-Commander of all of the emperor’s military forces