Japan: Its History and Culture
Once a star of postwar industrial production and methods, Japan has encountered serious trouble with market forces in recent years. Social changes and departures from tradition are becoming more common in this conservative country. The revised edition of the popular work, Japan: Its History and Culture, Fourth Edition, documents and explains these changes. Seamlessly blending current events, politics, and cultural elements, the authors provide a riveting account of a nation often misunderstood by the West.
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The status of the samurai as a fighting man was defined and regulated , and none could claim this status without permission of Yoritomo . The samurai was generally a mounted warrior , with full armor and a flag bearing his insignia .
First came the samurai warriors , wearing the traditional long sword and short dirk , the first group of them a bodyguard surrounding one of the important officials of the lord's estate , mounted on horseback .
Upward social mobility was very difficult , in part owing to lack of money among the lower grades of samurai . Indeed fluctuations of the rice market , in which their stipends , paid in rice , were converted to cash , made any social ...
讀者評論 - 撰寫評論
Haniwa figure representing a man with a mitershaped hat
The Introduction of Chinese Thought and Culture