- Harukichi Yamaguchi (山口 春吉, Yamaguchi Harukichi, 1881 – January 17, 1938 ) was the founder of the Yamaguchi-gumi, which grew to become Japan's ...
- Police brace for further upheavals within Yamaguchi-gumi in New Year
- Any “shake-up” could be a means of shoring up forces following a challenging past few months for the Yamaguchi-gumi, which was founded in 1915 by former fisherman Harukichi Yamaguchi as a union for dockworkers. In September, 13 affiliate gangs bolted ...
- Breakaway faction of Yamaguchi-gumi to form new gang
- In 1915, former fisherman Harukichi Yamaguchi founded the Yamaguchi-gumi, which including affiliate gangs has a current membership of 23,400, according to the National Police Agency. The Kobe-based gang operates in 44 of Japan's 47 administrative ...
- Yakuza gang cancels children's Halloween event for fear of violence
- The Yamaguchi-gumi, which boasts a membership of 24,000 and revenue of an estimated $6bn (about £4bn), posted a notice announcing the cancellation of its trick-or-treat event this Saturday, along with an apology to disappointed parents and children.
- Yamaguchi-gumi poised to split
- In 1915, former fisherman Harukichi Yamaguchi founded the organization, which including affiliate gangs has a current membership of 23,400, according to the National Police Agency. The gang operates in 44 of Japan's 47 administrative districts.
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