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.

BILLIONAIRE GAMBLER™: Japan-Yamaguchi-Gumi

BILLIONAIRE GAMBLER™: Japan-Yamaguchi-Gumi

A Yakuza, a máfia japonesa, é uma das organizações mais famosas e temidas no mundo criminoso. Atualmente, as quatro maiores famílias da máfia japonesa são: 1) Yamaguchi-gumi, a maior, com 750 clãs e 40 mil membros; 2) Sumiyoshi-rengo, com dez mil membros, inimigos mortais dos Yamaguchi; 3) Inagawa-kai, com 7 mil membros e a primeira a operar fora do Japão; 4) Towa Uai Jigyo Kumiai, criada na Coreia. Kenichi Shinoda (foto) é oyabun (o líder supremo) da família Yamaguchi-gumi

A Yakuza, a máfia japonesa, é uma das organizações mais famosas e temidas no mundo criminoso. Atualmente, as quatro maiores famílias da máfia japonesa são: 1) Yamaguchi-gumi, a maior, com 750 clãs e 40 mil membros; 2) Sumiyoshi-rengo, com dez mil membros, inimigos mortais dos Yamaguchi; 3) Inagawa-kai, com 7 mil membros e a primeira a operar fora do Japão; 4) Towa Uai Jigyo Kumiai, criada na Coreia. Kenichi Shinoda (foto) é oyabun (o líder supremo) da família Yamaguchi-gumi

Big Trouble in the Yamaguchi-gumi gang

Big Trouble in the Yamaguchi-gumi gang

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.

Police say they are on alert for possible violence amid fears of a split in major Japan crime gang.

Japan Yakuza: 'Split' in powerful Kobe Yamaguchi-gumi gang

Police say they are on alert for possible violence amid fears of a split in major Japan crime gang.

Top members of the Yamaguchi-gumi, Japan's largest Yakuza organization, arrive for the funeral for t... - Asahi Shimbun/AP Photo

Japanese police fear gang war as Yamaguchi-gumi tensions surge

Top members of the Yamaguchi-gumi, Japan's largest Yakuza organization, arrive for the funeral for t... - Asahi Shimbun/AP Photo

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

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

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