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What is the main political characteristics of Japanese feudalism?

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What was Japanese Feudalism?

At the top: Emperor (highest position, but no political power) Second in line: Shogun (actual ruler, had political power) Third in line: Daimyo (large landowners) Fourth in

What class was highest in Japanese feudalism?

The clan leaders (daimyos) were the highest class other than the Imperial family.

What were the characteristics of the Japanese feudal system?

  Local lords were called daimyo. They retained soldiers called samurai. The top ruling lord in Japan was called the Shogun. The feudal leaders received tribute from the t

How was Japanese feudalism the same from European feudalism?

Both were almost exactly the same. You must understand that Feudalism is really just a lord giving land to his nobles for military aid and loyalty. Both nations used the same