By: Matt Brorman, Luke Bruich, Cindy Castro, & Ella Jones
Relationship between Samurai and Daimyo
The Daimyo were the landowners who would pay the samurai to protect them and to be in there army. They would also give them land to build houses on for their families.
How the Samurai was paid?
Samurai are paid in land and grain, usually rice, by the Daimyo that they are serving. They gave it to the peasants and let them grow it for him.
Description of Samurai
Battle Dress and Equipment
Rules Regarding Behavior
The eight virtues of the samurai code are Justice, courage, mercy, politeness, honesty, honor, loyalty, and self-control. These are what make up the Bushido code.
Customs and Traditions
The samurai men had lived by the Bushido, because it was their own way of life. It made them a samurai which deals with their ethics. The Bushido dealt with emotion, self-control, poor, and death.