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  1. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Age of Samurai: Battle for Japan is a Canadian-American documentary television series, distributed by Netflix and released on February 24, 2021. It takes place in feudal Japan from 1551 to 1616, during the final phase of the Sengoku period (The Age of Warring States), mainly the Azuchi–Momoyama period.

    Age of Samurai: Battle for Japan - Wikipedia

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  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › SamuraiSamurai - Wikipedia

    Samurai in armor in the 1860s; hand-colored photograph by Felice Beato. Samurai ( 侍) were the hereditary military nobility and officer caste of medieval and early-modern Japan from the late 12th century until their abolition in 1876. They were the well-paid retainers of the daimyo (the great feudal landholders).

    • Asakura Norikage

      Asakura Norikage (朝倉 教景, 1477 – September 23, 1555), also...

    • Daishō

      The etymology of the word daishō becomes apparent when the...

    • William Adams

      William Adams (Japanese: ウィリアム・アダムス, Hepburn: Wiriamu...

  3. Samurai of foreign ancestry born in Japan. Foreign-born people who served samurai and allowed to wear two swords but was not given territory or salary of koku. All men from samurai class were permitted to wear daishō. However, people from other social classes were sometimes allowed to wear swords.

    Birthplace
    Original Name
    Occupation Before Arrival In Japan
    Year Of Arrival In Japan
    Hanseong, Joseon (now South Korea )
    Kim Yeo-cheol ( Kanji: 金如鐵)
    Son of 金時省, civil officer of ...
    1592
    unknown
    Son of 曽清官, commanding officer of ...
    1598
    ( Kanji :李聖賢)
    Son of Yi Bok-nam, commander of Joseon
    1598
    Delft, Habsburg Netherlands
    Mate of De Liefde, Dutch ship
    1600
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    In the 12th century, two military clans, the Minamoto and the Taira, were very powerful. They controlled Japan and fought wars against each other. In 1192, Minamoto no Yoritomo became the first shogun. He became the ruler of all of Japan and started a new government in Kamakura. The Kamakura government lasted from 1185 to 1333.It made the samurai t...

    Weapons used by the samurai included: 1. Japanese swords, (katana) 2. The yumi (longbow) 3. Firearms from the 16th century 4. Cannons 5. Pole weapons bearing blades, and spears 6. Staff weapons (no blades) 7. Clubs and truncheons 8. Chain weapons 1. 1890s photo showing a variety of armor and weapons typically used by samurai 2. Various Japanese (sa...

    A samurai believed that his swords held his souland so his sword was the most important thing that he had. Samurai were allowed to fight anyone who did not show them proper respect. Every sword had to be tested for sharpness. To do so, the owner of the sword could execute a criminal. Samurai led their lives according to the ethical code of bushido ...

    Samurai women were trained to defend themselves and their children. They usually did so when their warrior husbands were busy in battles. Sumurai women were therefore trained to handle polearms (naginata) and short daggers (tanto). During the Edo period, Japanese women were trained to handle naginata by the age of 18. The short kaiken knife was use...

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  5. de.wikipedia.org › wiki › SamuraiSamurai – Wikipedia

    Samurai ( japanisch 侍 oder seltener 士) ist die im Westen übliche Bezeichnung für ein Mitglied des Kriegerstandes im vorindustriellen Japan. Der Begriff lässt sich von dem japanischen Wort „さぶらう“ ableiten, das sinngemäß übersetzt „dienen“ bedeutet. In Japan selbst ist die Bezeichnung Bushi üblich.

  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Samurai!Samurai! - Wikipedia

    Samurai! is a 1957 autobiographical book by Saburo Sakai co-written with Fred Saito and Martin Caidin. It describes the life and career of Saburō Sakai, the Japanese combat aviator who fought against American fighter pilots in the Pacific Theater of World War II, surviving the war with 64 kills as one of Japan 's leading flying aces.

  7. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Age of Samurai: Battle for Japan is a Canadian-American documentary television series, distributed by Netflix and released on February 24, 2021. It takes place in feudal Japan from 1551 to 1616, during the final phase of the Sengoku period (The Age of Warring States), mainly the Azuchi–Momoyama period.

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