== == The Bushidō code is typified by seven virtues: * Rectitude * Courage * Benevolence * Respect * Honesty * Honor
* Loyalty : -Translations from: Random House's Japanese-English, English-Japanese Dictionary many books and scholarly articles have been published on the topic of bushido, some books you could read include * The Last Statement of Torii Mototada * Kuroda Nagamasa * Nabeshima Naoshige * THE MESSAGE OF MASTER GOKURAKUJI by Hojo Shigetoki * THE CHIKUBASHO by Shiba Yoshimasa * THE REGULATIONS OF IMAGAWA RYOSHUN by Imagawa Sadayo * THE SEVENTEEN ARTICLES OF ASAKURA TOSHIKAGE by Asakura Toshikage * THE TWENTY-ONE PRECEPTS OF HOJO SOUN by Hojo Nagauji * THE RECORDED WORDS OF ASAKURA SOTEKI by Asakura Norikage * THE IWAMIZUDERA MONOGATARI by Takeda Shingen * OPINIONS IN NINETY-NINE ARTICLES by Takeda Nobushige * LORD NABESHIMA'S WALL INSCRIPTIONS by Nabeshima Naoshige * THE LAST STATEMENT OF TORII MOTOTADA by Torii Mototada * THE PRECEPTS OF KATO KIYOMASA by Kato Kiyomasa * NOTES ON REGULATIONS by Kuroda Nagamasa * The Soul of Japan by Nitobe Inazō * Go Rin No Sho (The Book of Five Rings) by Miyamoto Musashi * Budoshoshinshu by Taira Shigesuke Daidōji Yūzan * Hagakure by Yamamoto Tsunetomo Here is an article that will get you started. It also has a number of references that could be of value. http://www.aikido-world.com/articles/Bushido-Code%20of%20the%20Warrior-Origins%20of%20Bushido.html
bushido is the way of the warrior it is the code of conduct
the code of the bushido was used for the samurai to give them courage and strength
The Japanese Samurai were the people who followed the code of Bushido. This was their code of Chivalry.
Bushido is learned by learning a Japanese martial art. Bushido, the way of the warrior, is a code of ethics, moral compass and general all around way of living that represents the way of life of the fighters in Japan. Learning Bushido would be learning absolute dedication to your family and Emperor. Therefore, being a foreigner and wanting to learn the Bushido code would be pointless as it would hold little meaning. The Bushido way of life is the ultimate sacrifice for your country and your family name.
bushido is samurais code of conduct which shows the rule of behavior.
The four religions of the Bushido code are Shinto, Buddhism, Zen and Confucianism.
Bushido is the real name for Bushido. It was the code of conduct for Samurai similar to the precepts of Knighthood for European Knights.
the code of honor is BUSHIDO
Bushido was a code of conduct for warriors.
The name of the code is Bushido
The Bushido Code was an Edo period construct that was created to give importance to a warrior class during a time of relative peace. The warriors could justify their high status in society, despite not fighting in any wars, because they were now bound to a strict, honor driven code that members of lower statuses were not.
Bushido, the way of the warrior.
Bushido is the code that all samurai must follow.
the Bushido code was a Japanese honour code, where the Japanese would commit suicide instead of surrendering. the did not believe in surrender and were taught to take their own lives as apposed to disobeying their honourable code. the Japanese therefor did not respect POW that surrendered and so treated them terribly, killing most of them.
the code of bushido which was similar to the knight's code of chivalry
Bushido Code of the Warrior - 2010 TV was released on: USA: 29 October 2010
NO Bushido is the code of the samurai. A shogun was a supreme military commander in japan
Bushido was based on many values taken from different religions