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During the period of Japanese history known as Feudal Japan there were many warring fiefs or states with different lords Their objective was unifying Japan and it couldnt have been done without the help of samurais and ninjas Samurais had masters and went by a code of conduct known as Bushido The ninjas were just thieves and hired assassins What else can be learned about these warriors Some questions that might pique a persons curiosity are many How did they training What requirements had to be met to become a master How has modern day Japan been influenced by its medieval history Feudal Japan has had much influence on Japans shape into modern day The kami came into existence on a plane parallel to the Prime Materia whence Japan is created after Izanagi the male dips his spear into the ocean and creates Japan along with Izanami the female They procure a pantheon of gods and it is through this natural divinity that the hegemony of the Yamato House is mythically legitimized Lewis 1999 Here Lewis explains the myth of how Japan was created He uses reference in relating the relationship of man with the kami or gods Kobutai refers to the traditional assertion that feudal Japanese have divine roots and but one Imperial Line Lewis 1999 This explains of how the Japanese felt about themselves and how proud they were of their own culture Not only that they felt as if to be more superior beings than any other race on the planet Although the Emperor is the logical apex of this structurethe lower classes were not allowed to lay eyes upon him Staff 1999 Like all feudal systems there were many classes Only a few lived lavish lifestyles while many work as slaves At the top of the chain was the emperor he spent most of his time isolated in the palace The emperors felt so bored that they
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