so, feudalism impacted Europe and Japan in good and bad way.s.


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Feudalism in Europe
Feudalism is a political system that provided protection for it's members
People turned to Feudalism because it was the simplest way to organize small independent kingdoms.
Europe's feudal system was based off of Roman imperial laws and customs, and was supported by the Catholic Church.
With this feudal system, European knights gained land from their lords for their military service, while having control of the serfs who worked on the land (fief).
In the European feudal system you have the kings at the top, next you have nobles, then nights, and finally peasants or serfs.
Feudalism was established in Europe around 800 CE and died down around the sixteenth century.
Feudalism in Japan
This Feudal system was based off Chinese Confucian morals.

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Japan's feudal system started in 1185 when Minamoto no Yoritomo defeated his enemies and declared himself shogun.
The emperor became a symbolic position.
Shogun: Great barbarian-conquering general
Europe's feudal period started peacefully.

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The French king, Charlemagne introduced the system in France in the 8th century to help organise society.
Other European countries followed his idea because it worked so well.
Shogunate Japan had many levels of peasants depending on how much you contribute to society.
The more you did for people, the more important you were.
In Europe, if you were a peasant, you were a peasant!
Hinin and eta were considered 'non-human' because they did jobs that were against the laws of Buddhism, such as work with BLOOD.
Merchants may have been among the richest people in Japanese society, but they were considered the lowest of the low because they did not contribute anything to society.
Even the most basic of Japanese houses had some form of decoration - fancy roof structure, rice paper windows, etc.
Japanese streets were kept nice and clean.

Some kings of feudalism are:CharlemagneandWilliam the Conqueror The nobles of feudal Europe were like the Daimyo of Japan.
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How was Japanese feudalism different from European feudalism

These findings are similar to, but are even more striking than, those reported with the rise of sexually explicit materials in Denmark, Sweden and West Germany. The findings from Europe were, in turn, more dramatic than those reported for the United States. Kutchinsky (1991) studied the situation in Denmark, Sweden, West Germany and the U.S.A. following the legalization or liberalization of the appropriate pornography laws in those countries. The first three countries mentioned, decriminalized the production and distribution of sexually explicit materials in 1969, 1970, and 1973 respectively. In the U.S.A. there was no widespread decriminalization or legalization but, as in Japan, interpretations of the laws seemed to change and prosecution against SEM decreased markedly. Concomitantly, the availability of pornography increased commensurably. Kutchinsky studied the course of sex crimes for the 20 year period 1964 to 1984. Thus his period of study overlaps with the first half of ours.

Basis of feudalism in Japan: ..

Therefore the local aristocrats had much more power in Japan than they ever had in France, Britain, or any other European country.

Secondly, even though the lower nobility in Japan (the samurai) swore fealty to their local lords, the local lords didn’t give the samurai any land of their own.