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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edo_society

Merchant's kitchen; stove boiler made of copper (Fukagawa Edo Museum). Working-class district apartments (Fukagawa Edo Museum). Society during the Edo period (or Tokugawa period) in Japan was ruled by strict customs and ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Japanese_merchants

This category represents Japanese merchants and traders of the pre-modern and early modern periods (up to 1995). For people involved in modern business, ...

www.pbs.org/empires/japan/enteredo_7.html

During the Edo period, the merchant class enjoyed a rise in social and economic status. Increasingly able to afford an education and the trappings of luxury, ...

www.thoughtco.com/four-tiered-class-system-feudal-japan-195582

Sep 6, 2016 ... Feudal Japan had a four-tiered class system based on Confucian logic, with samurai warriors on top and merchants on the bottom.

www.lisashea.com/japan/articles/merchants.html

The merchant class, and money in general, were typically held in low regard in the agricultural Japan.

www.bellaonline.com/articles/art2282.asp

The Merchant class in most societies, are regarded as a necessary asset for nation building, this wasn't so for the Merchants in feudal Japan because money  ...

www.jstor.org/stable/312302

Merchants and Society in Tokugawa Japan. CHARLES D. SHELDON. University of Cambridge. MERCHANTS in the Tokugawa period were placed at the bot.

www.hierarchystructure.com/feudal-hierarchy-of-japan

In the feudal hierarchy of Japan the whole society was divided into various classes and the merchants were among the lowest rung. According to the Confucian ...

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The feudalism in Japan was all basically a fight for more land, more wealth, and ... People such as peasants and merchants, people who owned small portions of  ...

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The Japanese class system was composed of four-tiers with other groups of ... This system was made up of samurai, farming peasant, artisans, and merchants.