They were soldiers. They would work for their employer to protect his property goods and family. Samurai fought over land in Japan around 1100 to 1600, then peace until late 1…800 They were warriors who trained to kill everyday. (MORE)
For over 1000 years, the samurai were the military nobility of Japan. They lived and died by a disciplined, spiritual code called "Bushido" (meaning "way of the warrior"). Ski…lled with swords, horses, and bows, these men served their lords. The term samurai means "one who serves," a samurai maintained that title until he had no lord or employer, where they were then called ronin . (MORE)
Samurai are a hereditary military class of feudal Japan. Hereditary means the position (essentially a caste") was passed on from father to sons. Yje samurai subscribed to a st…rict code of behaviour. They would be the vassals of lord essentially under contract to him to fight battles for him and protect him. A samurai would be trained in militaty skills and the use of the sword (the soul of the samurai). Philosophically they tended to be Zen Buddhists as that sect advocates instanataneous appreciation of the situations that arise and a spedy and full commitment to the actions to respons to those situations. (MORE)
They are warriors that battle with bows, swords and sometimes muskets some of them battle for honor and some peace. .
The samurai were ancient Japanese warriors meant to prot…ect the country, daimiyo, emperor, ect. (MORE)
fights for their lord,shogun,or emperer, or if there masters were killed either avenged them or became mercinaries.or in peace practice martial arts,calligraphy,painting,litea…ture,poetry,and many other hobbies,and studys (MORE)
Did you mean what did the samurai do and where? Because, if yes, the samurai are warriors of Japan. They are no here anymore, but they played an important role in japan histor…y. The samurai were warriors. (MORE)
first, they followed a set of rules called the bushido, which was a code of honor. But, in physical, living and vital terms they answered to the daimyo, who were powerful terr…itorial lords. These answered to the shogan (bakufu in japan) which were much like generals in modern euro-american equivalency. And finally they all answered to the Emperor, which were defiantly put on a pedestal throughout time (for example became known as Son of Heaven in the 7th century, this was three centuries before the time of the samurai, but yet they were not named this unit roughly the 13th century. A Samurai, Daimyo and Shogan would give their life for their superiors, even if it meant plunging their own weapon into their stomachs. Though, I believe that the samurai were the most trained and by far the greatest military of their time. (MORE)