Feudal Japan

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    When did Buddhism come to feudal Japan

    When did Buddhism come to feudal Japan
    Buddhism was introduced to Japan after the king of Paekche in Korea sent a Buddha statue to the Japanese emperor
  • Jan 1, 1192

    Yoritomo became shogun

    Yoritomo became shogun
    When Minamoto Clan Yoritomo established himself as the kamakura shogun he had supreme military power in the country
  • Jan 1, 1192

    First Zen Temple

    First Zen Temple
    The first zen temple was built in Shofukuji
  • Jan 1, 1253

    First School of Buddhism

    First School of Buddhism
    Nichiren Shanin created the Nichiren school of Buddhism
  • Jan 1, 1274

    Mongols 1st Invasion

    Mongols 1st Invasion
    The Mongols first attempt on invading Japan
  • Jan 1, 1281

    Mongols 2nd attempt for an Invasion

    Mongols 2nd attempt for an Invasion
    Mongols second attempt of invading Japan
  • Jan 1, 1541

    First guns in feudal Japan

    First guns in feudal Japan
    Guns first arrived in Japan along with trading ships from Portugal in 1542
  • Hideyoshi Attempt To Stop Christianity

    Hideyoshi Attempt To Stop Christianity
    Hideyoshi attempted to put a stop to it by having 26 christians crucified at Nagasaki to gain control of population.
  • When did Chritianity come to Feudal Japan

    When did Chritianity come to Feudal Japan
    Francis Xavier a Jesuit missionary went to Japan in August 1549 to bring Christianity but failed