Medieval Europe and Feudal Japan - Coggle Diagram
Medieval Europe and Feudal Japan
Both Japan and Europe had a feudal system. The feudal system affected on what each class ate.
Daimyo, Shogun and the Emperor could afford to eat foods like sushi, tempura, zoni.
Peasants couldn’t eat large portions of meat and had rice with vegetables.
Samurai would normally go into wars and could only eat food like meat, beans, vegetables.
The poor used to eat food such as cabbage, beans and stale bread.
The king would have banquets and could fill himself as much as he could.
The wealthier could eat fish and sauces with rich spices in them.
Both transportation vehicles include someone sitting in it. The transportation vehicles get pulled by either human slaves, guards or horses.
Goshoguruma was the name of a cart that they would carry important and wealthy people around in these carts.
Transport in the middle ages for Europe was a horse and a cart.
Two major religions during Feudal Japan was Buddhism and Shinto. Soon after 3 men had been washed up on the shores of Japan and taught some parts of the country about Christianity. However that religion got banned year after.
Religion during the middle ages was very important. Being Christian or Catholic was known for a way for you to get to heaven. There were many other religions too like Islam, Jewish and much more
Both countries believed in god but their own type of god. Christians believed in the one god whereas Japan believed in statues which they had called their gods.
There hasn't been much any history on the animals of Feudal Japan because it was manly focused on the Samurais and the Shoguns.Normal animals were brought in by merchants and sold off to Japan.
Medieval Europe had animals that weren't the size that they are today.
Animals were criminals back then and got executed for the same rules that humans had gotten. For example snails were criminals because they ate the crops and got their heads chopped off.
Both countries did have animals however there aren't anything written about animals during Feudal Japan.
Not only the Emporer lived in a castle so did the nobles such as the Shogun, Daimyo and Samurai.
In the Medieval times they had castles that was like armour to protect the king. A fun fact is that the toilet was in the wardrobe.