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Medieval japan

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  • 1. Caitlin, Joanna, Alexciya, Cade, & Xavia
  • 2. Culture Yayoi were skilled metal working Clan- group of families related by blood or marriage Yayoi buried their chiefs in large mounds In about 5000B.C. these wandering groups began to develop a culture. Certainly the Japanese language is not related to Chinese though China would be Japan’s greatest cultural influence. They relied on the sea for most food because there was only 20% of farm.
  • 3. CultureOld Japan Kimono wornmostly by women.Old structure type ofbuilding in Japan.
  • 4. Important People Minamoto Yoritomo Ashikaga Takauji Yayoi Jimmy Shotoku Murasaki Shikibu
  • 5. ImportantPeopleThere were manyimportant people duringMedieval Japan.
  • 6. Government Feudal society included: emperor, nobles, military officials, merchants, traders, and farmers. The emperor was the highest ranking of medieval Japan society. Japan’s wealth came from farmers. Formed groups called guilds. Japan’s wealth also came from increased trade with Korea, China, and Southeast Asia.
  • 7. Government cont. Men headed the family and had total control over all family members. Marriages were arranged and women were expected to accept it. When Japan became a warrior society with samurai and daimyo, upper-class women lost their freedoms. In farming families, women had more say in who they married.

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