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Japan
Japan
the four main islands
Japan in English
Capital of Japan
Japanese call their country Nihon or Nippon Meaning " origin…
1. Honshu 2. Hokkaido 3. Kyushu 4. Shikoku
means land of the raising sun
Tokyo the largest city
Japan
Japanese call their country Nihon or Nippon Meaning " origin…
the four main islands
1. Honshu 2. Hokkaido 3. Kyushu 4. Shikoku
12 terms
Japan
Bushido Code
Daimyo
Figurehead
Shogun
Samurai code of rules on how to behave
Japan's large land owners
a person who appears to rule even though the real power rests…
A general who ruled Japan in the emperor's name
Bushido Code
Samurai code of rules on how to behave
Daimyo
Japan's large land owners
Japan
Archipelago
Shinto
Torii
Samurai
That's what Japan is referred to as. A group of four main isl…
Japan's unique religion, It focused on: 1. Forces of Nature,…
A gate to mark the entrance to a Shinto Shrine, it symbolizes…
Warriors that served shogun/Nobles
Archipelago
That's what Japan is referred to as. A group of four main isl…
Shinto
Japan's unique religion, It focused on: 1. Forces of Nature,…
japan
mt. fuji
WWII
japan economy
japan goverment
highest point in Japan... national symbol
WWII Axis Power... Pearl Harbor... Hiroshima and Nagasaki... We helped…
Capitalism... Known for quality... Electronics, Technology, Cars
Constitutional Monarchy
mt. fuji
highest point in Japan... national symbol
WWII
WWII Axis Power... Pearl Harbor... Hiroshima and Nagasaki... We helped…
111 terms
Japan
What flourished in the Heian court
what did Japanese culture do
Noh
Kabuki
literature,drama, and art
it emphasized the importance of family
drama that appealed to the nobles and samuri
drama aimed at farmers,merchants,and other common folk
What flourished in the Heian court
literature,drama, and art
what did Japanese culture do
it emphasized the importance of family
7 terms
Japan
kami
figurehead
archipelgao
merchant
holy being that represents a spirit of nature
a ruler that appears to be in charge but is not
a chain of islands
a trader; someone who buys & sells a product
kami
holy being that represents a spirit of nature
figurehead
a ruler that appears to be in charge but is not
64 terms
japan
archipelago
mainland
clan
What did the yayoi introduce
A chain of islands
an area that is part of a continent
A group of people with a common ancestor
The technique of growing riceb
archipelago
A chain of islands
mainland
an area that is part of a continent
japan
archipelago
mainland
clan
kami
A chain of islands
an area that is part of a continent
A group of people with a common ancestor
A holy being that represents spirit of nature
archipelago
A chain of islands
mainland
an area that is part of a continent
27 terms
Japan
Whats the tale of Genji
Regent
Mainland
Clan
A story with a women in it
A person who rooms in the play somewhere else
In areas that part of the continent
A group of people with a common ancestor
Whats the tale of Genji
A story with a women in it
Regent
A person who rooms in the play somewhere else
Japan
Along the coast because its flat
Art and Literature
Written by Murasaki Shikibu, first nov…
Military ruler of Japan
Where do most people in Japan live?
Achievements in Heian Kyoto court
The Tale of Genji
What is the job of the shogun?
Along the coast because its flat
Where do most people in Japan live?
Art and Literature
Achievements in Heian Kyoto court
japan
shogun
daimyo
samurai
ronin
military leader that controlled the government and japan
wealthy land lord
warriors of japan and daimyo
independent samurai
shogun
military leader that controlled the government and japan
daimyo
wealthy land lord
Japan
Along the coast because its flat
Art and literature
Murasaki Shikibu
The military leader of Japan
Where do most people in Japan live?
achievements in Heian-Kyoto court
Who was the tale of genii written by
What is the job of the shogun?
Along the coast because its flat
Where do most people in Japan live?
Art and literature
achievements in Heian-Kyoto court
japan
聯絡
西班牙文
德國人
contact
Spanish
will
german
聯絡
contact
西班牙文
Spanish
Japan
Shinto
Shogun
Daimyo
Samurai
a polytheistic Japanese religion with a focus on nature
a warlord who ruled Japan
a warlord who ruled under the Shogun
Japanese warrior
Shinto
a polytheistic Japanese religion with a focus on nature
Shogun
a warlord who ruled Japan
Japan
Shinto
Buddhism
Confucianism
Bushido Code
"Way of the Kami"; Japanese worship of nature spirits
Buddhism is a path of practice and spiritual development lead…
Chinese belief system from 500s BCE that emphasized family lo…
code of the samurai; obligation to honor & defend emperor, co…
Shinto
"Way of the Kami"; Japanese worship of nature spirits
Buddhism
Buddhism is a path of practice and spiritual development lead…
20 terms
Japan
Main religions
Ethnic group
Shinto
early Japan
Shinto and buddhism... -people of religion practice shinto ritua…
homogenous society, all mostly japanese
-Traditional beliefs in nature worship were nonetheless prese…
ruled by emperors, lost power, shifted to shoguns ruling
Main religions
Shinto and buddhism... -people of religion practice shinto ritua…
Ethnic group
homogenous society, all mostly japanese
12 terms
Japan
clans
Shinto
Prince Shotoku
regent
Extended family
The traditional religion of Japan
Served from 593 to 621 as a regent
A person who rules a country for someone who is unable to rul…
clans
Extended family
Shinto
The traditional religion of Japan
24 terms
Japan
Bodies of water
The Edo period
The Meiji period
Samaurai
Pacific Ocean and Sea of Japan
1600-1868
1868-1904 (A time of change)
-Were warriors of the Edo period... -without a master, were know…
Bodies of water
Pacific Ocean and Sea of Japan
The Edo period
1600-1868
16 terms
Japan
Exclusion laws
Kami
Isolation
Homogenous
Nobody can enter Japan and no one can leave
Spirits that the japanese believe live in all things
No contact from the outside world
One thing/race
Exclusion laws
Nobody can enter Japan and no one can leave
Kami
Spirits that the japanese believe live in all things
110 terms
Japan
when did Japan have Buddhism.
when did Japan adapt Chinas alphabet
when is the Heian era
when did japans emperor forbid contact…
538
500
794
838
when did Japan have Buddhism.
538
when did Japan adapt Chinas alphabet
500
Japan
shinto
prince shotoku
embassy
Mt. Fuji
way of the gods
One of japans most important regents
an office of a government in another country
Most recognized symbol; dormant volcano
shinto
way of the gods
prince shotoku
One of japans most important regents
13 terms
Japan
Location of Japan
Archipelago
Ring of Fire
Monsoon season
east coast of China and Korea
consisting of islands
area in Japan that has frequent earthquakes and tsunamis
rainy season
Location of Japan
east coast of China and Korea
Archipelago
consisting of islands
12 terms
Japan
Clans
Shinto
Prince Shotuku
Regent
An extended family.
The traditional religion of Japan in which ancestor worship i…
A regent from 593 to 621 who helped introduce many Chinese id…
A person who rules a country for some-one who is unable to ru…
Clans
An extended family.
Shinto
The traditional religion of Japan in which ancestor worship i…
43 terms
Japan
Pacifism
Trade imbalance
Haiku
Kabuki
Japan is generally against war and with its US influenced con…
Japn is now importing more goods than it exports; for decades…
Short poem of 17 syllables divided into 3 lines of 5, 7, and…
Form of Japanese theater that uses elaborate stage settings,…
Pacifism
Japan is generally against war and with its US influenced con…
Trade imbalance
Japn is now importing more goods than it exports; for decades…
Japan
#1
#2
#3 .
#4.
The japanese have very different ceremonies from other nations.
The things they do are beyond imaginate
Japan is a world reverse of Europe.
To the first westerners of Japan it was a mysterious world.
#1
The japanese have very different ceremonies from other nations.
#2
The things they do are beyond imaginate
Japan
Shinto
Prince Shotoku
embassy
regent
indigenous faith of the Japanese people
A regent who ruled japan
an office of one country's government.
a person who rules of absent
Shinto
indigenous faith of the Japanese people
Prince Shotoku
A regent who ruled japan
japan
archipelago
tsunamis
bushido
daimyo
A group of islands
A giant wave caused by an earthquake on the ocean floor
The Feudal Japanese code of honor among the warrior class.
A Japanese feudal lord who commanded a private army of samurai
archipelago
A group of islands
tsunamis
A giant wave caused by an earthquake on the ocean floor
18 terms
Japan
Clan
Constitution
Animism
Kami
group of families related by blood or marriage
plan of government... listed the rules for working in government…
Belief that all natural things are alive, even the winds, the…
Shinto nature spirits whom the people asked for help
Clan
group of families related by blood or marriage
Constitution
plan of government... listed the rules for working in government…
japan
shinto
regent
prince shotoku
embassy
the traditional religion of japan , based on worship of and r…
a person who rules the place of absent
one of japan was most important regent was prince shotoku
an office of one country government in another country
shinto
the traditional religion of japan , based on worship of and r…
regent
a person who rules the place of absent
JAPAN
Shinto
regent
prince shotoku
embassy
the traditional religion of japan based on worship of and res…
a person who rules in place of an absent
a regent who ruled japan from a.d 593 to 622
an office of one country government in another country
Shinto
the traditional religion of japan based on worship of and res…
regent
a person who rules in place of an absent
19 terms
Japan
Pearl Harbor
Battle of Coral Sea
Battle of Midway
Battle of Guadalcanal
Japan bombed American fleets
Japan wanted to control Coral sea, intercepted by allied forces
US Navy bombed japanese aircraft carries
US and Aussie attacked Japan to get them off of this island
Pearl Harbor
Japan bombed American fleets
Battle of Coral Sea
Japan wanted to control Coral sea, intercepted by allied forces
Japan
Cherry Blossom
Kimono
Mount Fuji
Map of Japan
a popular flower in japan
a Japanese dress
a large mountain in Japan
a map of Japan
Cherry Blossom
a popular flower in japan
Kimono
a Japanese dress
5 terms
Japan
archipelago
Kyoto
feudalism
samurai
A group or chain of many islands.
The capital city of medieval Japan. Most Japanese buildings w…
A system in which poor people are legally bound to work for w…
Japanese warriors who followed a strict set of rules for beha…
archipelago
A group or chain of many islands.
Kyoto
The capital city of medieval Japan. Most Japanese buildings w…
Japan
Shinto
regent
Prince Shotoku
embassy
the traditional religion of Japan, based on worship of and re…
a person who rules in place of an absent.
an agreement reached in A.D.
an office of one country's government in another country.
Shinto
the traditional religion of Japan, based on worship of and re…
regent
a person who rules in place of an absent.
japan
shinto
regent
prince shotoku
embassy
the traditional religion of japan based on worship of and res…
a person who rules in place of and absent or underage monarch
prince shotoku is a semi legendary politician who saved empre…
an office of ones country government in another country
shinto
the traditional religion of japan based on worship of and res…
regent
a person who rules in place of and absent or underage monarch
Japan
Along the coast because it is flat
Art and Literature
Written by Murasaki Shikibu, first nov…
Military ruler of Japan
Where most people live in Japan and why?
Achievements in the Heian-Kyoto?
Tale of Genji
What is the job of the shogun?
Along the coast because it is flat
Where most people live in Japan and why?
Art and Literature
Achievements in the Heian-Kyoto?
23 terms
Japan
archipelago
isolate
animism
constitution
an expanse of water with many scattered islands
to set apart from others
belief in spirits that are outside of the body
basic laws of a state that define the role of government and…
archipelago
an expanse of water with many scattered islands
isolate
to set apart from others
11 terms
Japan
Samurai
Daimyo
Shogun
Shinto
Class of warriors in feudal Japan who were loyal to a noble i…
The most powerful feudal rulers (land holders) from the 10th…
A title that was given by the Emperor to the country's top mi…
"The way of the gods"
Samurai
Class of warriors in feudal Japan who were loyal to a noble i…
Daimyo
The most powerful feudal rulers (land holders) from the 10th…
Japan
Bantu migrations
Kilwa
Swahili
Shona
A movement, beginning sometime around 1000 B.C. , of Bantu-sp…
An ancient city-state on the eastern coast of Africa, settled…
A Bantu-speaking culture that was thriving in what is now the…
A Bantu-speaking culture that was thriving in what is now the…
Bantu migrations
A movement, beginning sometime around 1000 B.C. , of Bantu-sp…
Kilwa
An ancient city-state on the eastern coast of Africa, settled…
Japan
shinto
regent
prince shotoku
embassy
the traditional religion of japan.
A person who rules in place of an absent.
A document or artifact.
An office of one country government in a other country.
shinto
the traditional religion of japan.
regent
A person who rules in place of an absent.
19 terms
Japan
shinto
regent
Prince Shotoku
embassy
the traditional religion of japan
a person who rules in place of an absent or underage monarch
a regent who ruled japan from A.D 593 to 622 and brought elem…
an office of one country government in another country
shinto
the traditional religion of japan
regent
a person who rules in place of an absent or underage monarch
Japan
2nd to 6th century
6th to 8th century
9th century
11th to 12th century
-Influence of Chinese ideas... -Buddhism introduced to Japan
-Beginning of gagaku, Japanese court orchestra... -Evidence of C…
-Koto adapted from Chinese Zheng
-Isolation of the courts ... -Arts important to aristocracy
2nd to 6th century
-Influence of Chinese ideas... -Buddhism introduced to Japan
6th to 8th century
-Beginning of gagaku, Japanese court orchestra... -Evidence of C…
13 terms
Japan
partisan
conciliation
prevail
devoid
Showing support for one side and criticizing all others
process of trying to end disagreement
to win
empty
partisan
Showing support for one side and criticizing all others
conciliation
process of trying to end disagreement
Japan
Shinto
regret
Prince Shotoku
embassy
way of the Gods
Disappointed over a past decision
Japan's most important regrets
office of a government in another country
Shinto
way of the Gods
regret
Disappointed over a past decision
Japan
clan
Shinto
Prince Shotoku
regent
an extended family
the traditional religion of Japan
important regent who brought Chinese ideas like Confucianism…
a person who rules a country for someone who is unable to rul…
clan
an extended family
Shinto
the traditional religion of Japan
13 terms
Japan
Archipelago
Tsunamis
Bushido
Daimyo
A chain of islands
A giant wave caused by an earthquake on the ocean floor
"the way of the warrior"; Japanese word for the Samurai life…
A Japanese feudal lord who commanded a private army of samurai
Archipelago
A chain of islands
Tsunamis
A giant wave caused by an earthquake on the ocean floor
14 terms
Japan
Daimyo
Murasaki Shikibu
Kamikaze
Genpai War
Powerful Military lords
The first novelist and created the Tale Of Genji
Means "Divine Wind" and prevented the Mongols from invading J…
Was a civil war and was fought by the Taira Family and Minamo…
Daimyo
Powerful Military lords
Murasaki Shikibu
The first novelist and created the Tale Of Genji
19 terms
Japan
Shinto
regent
Prince Shotoku
embassy
way of the gods
A person who rules in place of an absent or underage monarch.
One of Japan's most important regents who ruled from A.D. 593…
An office of a government in another country.
Shinto
way of the gods
regent
A person who rules in place of an absent or underage monarch.
16 terms
Japan
Dogu
Dotaku
Haniwa
The Dark Warrior of the North (Black T…
Earthenware. Jomon Period, 1000-400... B.C
Bronze. Yayoi Period (100 BCE-300 CE). Japan.
Clay. Kofun Period. 6th century. Japan.
From the Kitora Tomb, Asuka, Nara Prefecture. Late 7th/8th ce…
Dogu
Earthenware. Jomon Period, 1000-400... B.C
Dotaku
Bronze. Yayoi Period (100 BCE-300 CE). Japan.
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