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Similarities and Differences of Japanese and European Feudal

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HaIm Jang

on 23 November 2013

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Similarities and Differences of Japanese and European Feudalism
Both knights and samurais had a code they lived by. The knights lived by the Code of Chivalry and the samurais lived by the Bushido Code.
Both had social classes. The Europe social class: King/Church, Nobles, Knights, and Serfs. Japan social class: Emperor, Shogun, Daimyo, Samurai, -Peasants, Merchants, and Artisans were the lowest class.-
Samurais and knights could kill commoners.
Believed in Shintoism and Zen Buddhism which are monotheistic beliefs.
Japan's trade flourished and had a surplus of food.
You could move up in the social class if you married a higher person.
Samurais had light armor and their swords were light and sharp.
Believed in Christianity which is a monotheistic belief.
Lower class people couldn't move up in social classes.
Knights had very heavy armor and their swords weren't as sharp as the samurai.
Knights weren't as literate as the Japanese samurai.
Samurais committed suicide rather than facing defeat or capture.
Knights were captured and traded back for ransom.
Women had many rights.
Women had few rights.
Landowners became powerful.
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