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How did isolation affect Japan?
Transcript of How did isolation affect Japan?
affected theirc culture because, without influence
from the outside world they made their own unique culture.
The things that came out of this were sumo wrestling, tea ceremony,
caligraphy, painting, sculpture, architecture.
The isolation of Japan helped their economy,
because of their long periods of stability and peace.
Their economy was booming. But it affected them in a bad way because they had little trade with foreigners, overtaxing and the continued use of rice for payment. The isolation of Japan affected the social structure because
they didn't know they could change positions in the feudal system.
But after the Edo period the feudal system plummeted and lower ranks thrived. The isolation affected Japanese politics
because The emperor appointed the shogun
to keep the people in line. The shogun didn't want
any foreign traders, or christians because he was
afraid of an uprise of the feudal system. Japan's isolation affects their worldview
because they create their own unique worldview not influenced by other countries.
They balance their worldview with a flourishing economy and a greater interest in values.