Yamaguchi-gumi

(from the article `Taoka Kazuo`) Japan`s major crime boss (oyabun), who, after World War II, rose to head a giant crime organization, the Yamaguchi-gumi. Though centred in Kbe, it ...
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Yamaguchi-gumi

It is one of the largest criminal organizations in the world. According to the National Police Agency it had 20,400 active members and 18,600 associated members in 2007. It is, by far, the largest of the boryokudan groups, and its membership encompasses roughly 45% of the 86,300 yakuza in the Japanese underworld. Leading members of the Yamaguchi-g...
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