Samurai & Bushido

Anthony Bonilla


A samurai is a member of a powerful military caste in feudal Japan. Samurai's effected the Japanese culture by retaining the public and military needs.


Bushido is the code of honor and morals developed by the Japanese samurai. This effects the Japanese culture by giving the Samurai's a mindset of how powerful they were.

Diary Entry

Today was great, but I've had a lot on my mind lately. A thief stole a loaf of bread and when we caught him they expected me to torture him and I did but I feel terrible. The poor guy looked like he really needed it for his family. But, I was wondering why I became a samurai and I found the answer. I like the feeling of helping the common public, and giving justice where it is needed. And I like fighting and all the cool weapons we get.