The Japanese: The Fearless Samurai

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The World's Great Civilisations. The Japanese: The Fearless Samurai. (1) The physical education of the Samurai begins in childhood; (2) In the 12th century, most of the power in Japan passed from the Emperor to military governers called shogun; (3) Young Japanese men went to China and Korea to learn; (4) Oda Nobunga was amongst the greatest of Japanese heroes, wounded at the attack on the Honno-ji temple; (5) Portuguese sailors were driven by a storm into Kyushu in 1542; (6) Europeans followed, including missionaries like Francisco Zavier.

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