The unwritten code of moral principles regulating the actions of the Japanese knighthood, or Samurai; the chivalry of Japan.
The code of honor and conduct of the Japanese samurai. Bushido emphasizes self-discipline and bravery. Many jidaigeki and chanbara dramas/films integrate Bushido into their stories. Examples include hara-kiri (a form of suicide - stabbing himself in the stomach.) The Shinsengumi used Bushido to maintain order within the group.
The Way of the Warrior. The Way of Chivalry.
Way of the warrior (Code of conduct)
military knight's way
Japanese, similar to Irish "honour"
Samurai warrior code of behavior, going back centuries, emphasizing loyalty, honor, bravery, self-control.
code of honor followed by samurai
The concept of aggressive and dramatic improvement.
the code of the warrior
traditional code of the Japanese samurai which stressed courage and loyalty and self-discipline and simple living
"Way of the Warrior" code of ethics and moral guidelines and principles written by Yamaga Soko in 1685, that would be upheld by the Bushi at all costs.
The way or ethic of the samurai warrior, based on service and demanding rigorous training, usually both in the military and literary arts.
The moral ethical code of the Bushi, formulated originally 14th Century
Literally The Way of the Warrior; the honor code of the samurai; similar in concept to western chivalric codes.
(boo-SHEE-doh) The way of the warrior. The name of the samurai code.
Literally "Way of the Warrior." A feudal code of Japanese warrior ethics evolved from Confucian thought. (Japanese)
'The Way of the Warrior'. Bushido is the traditional code of honour that Japanese warriors adhered to, and it set down a strict set of rules for them to follow. Similar in many ways to the code of Chivalry followed by European Knights, pronounced 'bush-ee-doh'
Warrior's Code. The way of the warrior.
boo-she-dough) the way of the warrior; a code of ethics and etiquette that guides the martial artist in his/her effort to lead a respectable life
The way of the warrior. The Japanese ethic of the warrior life.
literally, "the way of the warrior;" popularly held to refer to the so-called "code of honor" of the medieval Japanese samurai class, involving an intense degree of loyalty to one's lord and a readiness to die for that loyalty at any given moment. However, recent scholarship suggests that its existence as a formal systemic code is doubtful. While loyalty, honor and the like are characteristics that many samurai would most certainly emulate, the term bushido appears rarely in medieval Japanese texts and is more likely a modern notion that has been imposed upon past history.
Way of the warrior. A Japanese code of honor and social behavior that succeeded the unwritten code of the Way of the bow and the horse.
Bushido is a Samurai role-playing game set in Feudal Japan, originally designed by Paul Hume and Bob Charrette and published by Fantasy Games Unlimited. The setting for the game is a land called Nippon and characters adventure in this heroic, mythic and fantastic analogue of Japan's past. It is thematically based on Chanbara movies, such as those made by Akira Kurosawa, in which the heroes are modestly superhuman but not extraordinarily so.