Yakuza's Yamabishi-gumi symbol. The Sixth Yamaguchi-gumi (六代目山口組, Rokudaime Yamaguchi-gumi?) is Japan's largest yakuza organization. It is named after its founder Harukichi Yamaguchi. Its origins can be traced back to a loose labor union for dockworkers in Kobe before World War II.

Yakuza's Yamabishi-gumi symbol. The Sixth Yamaguchi-gumi (六代目山口組, Rokudaime Yamaguchi-gumi?) is Japan's largest yakuza organization. It is named after its founder Harukichi Yamaguchi. Its origins can be traced back to a loose labor union for dockworkers in Kobe before World War II.

yamaguchi-gumi - Google Search  (HY) This group, or family was created in 1915 and is the biggest Yakuza family. It has more than 55,000members divided into 850 clans.

yamaguchi-gumi - Google Search (HY) This group, or family was created in 1915 and is the biggest Yakuza family. It has more than 55,000members divided into 850 clans.

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Japanese police bracing for gang war as Yamaguchi-gumi mafia group splits - THE GUARDIAN #Japan, #Gang, #War, #World

Japanese police fear gang war as Yamaguchi-gumi tensions surge

Japanese police bracing for gang war as Yamaguchi-gumi mafia group splits - THE GUARDIAN #Japan, #Gang, #War, #World

Reports Japan’s biggest crime syndicate is about split with potential outbreak of violence between breakaway group and those loyal to leader Tsukasa

Japanese police fear gang war as Yamaguchi-gumi tensions surge

Reports Japan’s biggest crime syndicate is about split with potential outbreak of violence between breakaway group and those loyal to leader Tsukasa

Yakuza -   "Yakuza" written in katakana    Presumed origin: The Kabuki-mono    Creation:	17th century    Actual number	102,400 members[1]    Principal clans:	  1. Yamaguchi-gumi  2. Sumiyoshi-kai  3. Inagawa-kai    Activities:	Criminal activities and/or legitimate businesses

Yakuza - "Yakuza" written in katakana Presumed origin: The Kabuki-mono Creation: 17th century Actual number 102,400 members[1] Principal clans: 1. Yamaguchi-gumi 2. Sumiyoshi-kai 3. Inagawa-kai Activities: Criminal activities and/or legitimate businesses

Hidetoshi Tanaka (left) with Shinobu Tsukasa, the head of the Yamaguchi-gumi, in 2005

This May Be the Most Dangerous — and Most Costly — Photo in Japan

Hidetoshi Tanaka (left) with Shinobu Tsukasa, the head of the Yamaguchi-gumi, in 2005

The Oyabun(Godfather) of Yamaguchi gumi, Japan's largest Yakuza group

The Oyabun(Godfather) of Yamaguchi gumi, Japan's largest Yakuza group

Yamaguchi-gumi líder Shinobu Tsukasa, también conocido como Kenichi Shinoda, en la estación de Kobe después de ser liberado de la prisión.

Japanese gang war feared as largest yakuza syndicate splits

Yamaguchi-gumi líder Shinobu Tsukasa, también conocido como Kenichi Shinoda, en la estación de Kobe después de ser liberado de la prisión.

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