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Without honor life is meaningless According to the folktale Green Willow honor is essential to an individual of Japanese decent This tale explains what the people of this country value and how they function As the story unfolds so do the components that form what Japan is The background contains the codes and classes in which they live The plot draws our attention however it is the elements of the culture that is taken into account In addition it presents a conflict that is dealt with by society everyday That is being distracted from our tasks In the act of facing that conflict good judgment should be used The decision of the main character reveals what arises when you do not Honor was used as evidence or a symbol of distinction in this culture The people remained the right to preserve their good name This code that they emphasize in their country is denominated as the bushido An example of applying this system to their lives is in the manner of how they conform to their classes Each person received and exalted title or rank A samurai warrior for instance could not surpass the law by marrying a mere peasant girl without the permission of his daimyo In contrast the samurai would ask the parents for her hand in marriage and they would respond with gratitude The warrior is a person of too a degree for them to consider refusing the honor of his request The hospitality of the Japanese people is also accredited in the folktale It is not often that a person would be taken in and accommodated Despite that common belief the parents of Green Willow shelter and aid the samurai on his journey This act of kindness shows that this is a nation with pure and humble intentions It is evident in the old couples appreciation for Tomotadas condescending to overlook their daughters peasant origins and offered her as
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