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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edo_society

Society during the Edo period (or Tokugawa period) in Japan was ruled by strict customs and ... Japan from China. By this system, society was composed of samurai (侍 shi), farming peasants (農 nō), artisans (工 kō) and merchants (商 shō ).

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Japanese social class: The peasants in Japan were of the highest rank in the lower class, just underneath the Nobel class (daimyo, samurai). The reason that ...

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Jobs for Peasnants in Medieval Japan. Being a peasant was hard work. They did endless hours and did not get the opportunity to become anything else!

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When you compare how the social class was structured in Japan and Europe, you can see that Japan had a better system, especially for the peasants. In Japan  ...

www.facts-about-japan.com/feudal-japan.html

Society was divided into two classes in Feudal Japan, the nobility and the peasants. The noble class made up roughly twelve percent of the population with  ...

www.tofugu.com/japan/rice-in-japan

Jul 2, 2014 ... Back in the Tokugawa period, rice changed Japan forever. ... Peasants, Daimyo, and Samurai (Oh My!) Woodblock print of a procession ...

www.reference.com/history/role-peasants-feudal-japan-982740179e8d246c

The main role of peasants in Feudal Japan was to grow crops and engage in craft work. Rice was the most important food in feudal Japan that farmers...

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

Jun 13, 2017 ... Unlike European feudal society, in which the peasants (or serfs) were at the bottom, the Japanese feudal class structure placed merchants on ...

www.hierarchystructure.com/ancient-japanese-hierarchy

Ancient Japanese Hierarchy was majorly divided into two categories namely as the Noble Class and the Peasant Class. The Noble Class was then further ...

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May 21, 2015 ... 7H1 Shore School.