What was the role of the Daimyo in feudal Japan?

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The role of the daimyo in feudal Japan was managing and maintaining the laws and rules, collecting dues and aiding in armed tasks among others. They were the most influential rulers among the Japanese people and were referred to as lords and they were secludes and surfaced only when need arose.
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