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What is the main political characteristics of Japanese feudalism?

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Did feudal Japanese merchants follow a religion?

Yes. Japanese merchants followed Buddha. They had special temples made of gold which they prayed and worshiped their leader. They had special ceremonies which they gave thanks

What are the 4 main reasons of the decline of feudalism?

  Magna Carta     Black Death     Peasants Revolt     The Crusades     You're Welcome(:        

What were the main elements of feudalism?

Feudalism was the grouping of legal and military customs in  medieval Europe. The main elements of feudalism were strict social  classes and landholding abilities.

What were the chief political and economic characteristics of feudalism and manorialism?

  FEUDALISM; POWERFUL NOBLES GRANTED LAND TO LESSER NOBLES IN EXCHANGE FOR LOYALTY AND MILITARY SERVICE. MANORIALISM; A LORD AND SEVERAL FAMILIES SHARED THE LAND OF THE M

How did Japanese feudalism impact japans history?

  Japanese feudalism made the citizens of Japan develop nationalism and after the fall of feudalism in Japan which were ruled by powerful shoguns Japan started the Meiji r

What was the Structure of Japanese feudal society?

The structure of Japanese feudal society is as follows:    1. Emperor.   2. Shogun and daimyo.   3. Samurai warriors.   4. Peasants and artisans.   5. M

What were the main causes of the feudal system?

  The main causes of the feudal system was to keep everything under control with what William the conquer owned.

What are characteristics of medieval European feudalism?

The medieval period is Europe was characterised by a form of social organisation known as "feudalism." This was a complex system of rights and obligations, under which land wa

What was the hierarchy of the Japanese feudal system?

Society was divided into two classes in Feudal Japan, the nobility  and the peasants. The noble class made up roughly twelve percent of  the population with peasants making