Similarities between Japanese and European Feudalism?

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Feudal Japanese and European societies were similar because they were erected on hereditary class systems. This system had nobles at the top, followed by warriors and then renter farmers or serfs. In both systems, soldiers were the most important. These were 'knights' and 'samurai' in Europe and Japan respectively.
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