Summary: Life In Early Japan

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LeighAnn Briscoe HIST 3613 September 29, 2015 Life in Early Japan The Japanese society of early Japan is very unique. Although, China had a major impact on the Japanese culture, instead of totally adopting their ways, the Japanese became their own cultural society. Shinto was the primary religion of the people and inspired many literary and artistic works. The society also had a distinguished class system that separated the elite from the poor and also how men and women interacted with one another. The discovery of rice farming in early Japan also triggered new ways of cultivating crops. The society also had established an early form of government to create cultural norms, morals, and values to live by. Early Japan was truly a “Golden Age”

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