Trained professional warriors who were a member of the feudal military aristocracy
The supreme military commander of Japan
Supreme Greatest in power, authority or rank
A string of more than 3000 islands east of
A language spoken by about 125 million people; having to do with Japan
relating to Feudalism
A political, economic, or social order resembling this medieval system.
A ruling class; nobility
Japan's large landowners
A person who appears to rule even though a real power rests with someone else
The samurai code of rules
Ideas that people try to hold dear and try to live by
The "divine wind" or a storm that drowned the Mongols and saved Japan
People from the country of Mongolia that were greatly weakened by China in the mid-700's.
Mongolian emperor of China and grandson of Genghis Khan who completed his grandfather's conquest of China
official permission or approval
a person who rules or commands
japanese overlord who ended the ashikaga shogunate.
a person who wanted to become shogun.he was deteremined to bring order to the country.he wanted to end the fighting among the warring samurai bands