- 1 What was an important difference between Japanese feudalism and European feudalism quizlet?
- 2 How were medieval Japan and medieval Europe similar and different?
- 3 What are three things European and Japanese feudalism have in common?
- 4 What are the differences between Shogun Japan and medieval Europe?
- 5 What factors led to feudalism?
- 6 What was one similarity between Japanese and European feudalism?
- 7 Did medieval Europe know about Japan?
- 8 What military figure existed in Japan but not in Europe?
- 9 Why did medieval Japan fall?
- 10 Why did feudalism last longer in Japan than Europe?
- 11 Can a samurai own land?
- 12 Why did feudalism develop in Japan?
- 13 Was a shogun a king?
- 14 How did feudalism begin in Japan and England?
- 15 Did Japanese or European feudalism leave a more lasting legacy?
What was an important difference between Japanese feudalism and European feudalism quizlet?
How Were Feudal Japan and Feudal Europe Different? A major difference between feudalism in Japan and feudalism in Europe had to do with the way land was owned in these two places. In Europe, the lord or vassal owned the farmland in their domains, not the peasants.
How were medieval Japan and medieval Europe similar and different?
Since the ownership of land is what defines feudalism, both Japan and Europe have both landowning and non-landowning castes during the Middle Ages. Perhaps the most important similarity between Japanese and European feudalism for most people was the fact that they were both hereditary caste systems.
What are three things European and Japanese feudalism have in common?
- Land ownership forms basis of all feudal societies.
- Both were fixed caste systems—a peasant was always born to peasants, and lords were always born to lords.
- Both knights and samurai swore fealty (loyalty) to their lords.
What are the differences between Shogun Japan and medieval Europe?
In the European Feudal system the king was the real ruler, amde the law and tole people what to do, but in the Japanese feudal system the emperor did NOTHING and was just a figure. The shogun was the real ruler there. Another is about the land owners.
What factors led to feudalism?
As the Vikings invaded western European kingdoms, local nobles took over the duty of raising armies and protecting their property. Power passed from kings to local lords, giving rise to a system known as feudalism.
What was one similarity between Japanese and European feudalism?
In the Middle Ages, Western Europe and Japan operated under feudal systems. Similarities between Japanese and European feudalism include the division of the classes and the relationships of the people living within each social class.
Did medieval Europe know about Japan?
Portugese traders visited japan for the first time in 1542. This was the first time european traders came in direct contact with japan, followed not that much later by Dutch traders. We have to assume that they knew about Japan before their first visit, even Colombus didn’t sail into the unknow.
What military figure existed in Japan but not in Europe?
In the feudal system in both Europe and Japan, what did lesser nobles give to lords in exchange for grants of land? Nobles gave loyalty and military service 3.) What military figure existed in Japan, but not in Europe? shogun, powerful general who became ruler of the country 4.)
Why did medieval Japan fall?
The feudal system in Japan worked successfully for many years and it was only until 1837 when the feudal system being run by the Shogun began to slowly crumble. As food began to run scarce and Japan also started to enter into a drought, the Shogun implemented a ration system.
Why did feudalism last longer in Japan than Europe?
Why did Feudalism last so much longer in Japan than it did in Europe? Feudalism lasted longer in Japan because samurai warriors played a greater role in the social and political structure. Also, Japan’s isloation provided little need for change. In Europe, adminstrators were often members of the clergy.
Can a samurai own land?
Samurai were the noble [warrior] class in Japan and fifth on the Tokugawa class hierarchy. In addition, samurai could not own land, which would have given them income independent from their duty.
Why did feudalism develop in Japan?
Feudalism in Japan developed as the result of the decline in Imperial power and rise of military clans controlled by warlords known as daimyo under
Was a shogun a king?
The Portuguese explorers who first established trade with Japan in the early 16th century described the Shogun as a King and the Emperor as a Pope. The Shogun were military commanders who ran the country. Both Emperor and Shogun are hereditary titles.
How did feudalism begin in Japan and England?
Feudal control began when wealthy landholders divided up the land into smaller areas and relied on peasants (serfs) to farm the land and be soldiers–similar to Medieval Europe. During the next 700 years of Feudal Japan, different shoguns (shogunates) controlled Japan.
Did Japanese or European feudalism leave a more lasting legacy?
Both feudal Europe and Japan left legacies. Aspects of the feudal culture can be seen today in Japan and Europe. For example, Japanese weddings are usually based on a Shinto ceremony.