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.

Splits in the Yamaguchi-gumi, Japan’s most powerful criminal organization, hint at tough economic times for the yakuza. Government crackdowns have dramatically reduced gangster income, dragging the group down from its once dominant position.

Splits in the Yamaguchi-gumi, Japan’s most powerful criminal organization, hint at tough economic times for the yakuza. Government crackdowns have dramatically reduced gangster income, dragging the group down from its once dominant position.

Trick or Treating at the Yakuza Yamaguchi Gumi Headquarters. Here's My Kids Haul! [2528x3370]

Trick or Treating at the Yakuza Yamaguchi Gumi Headquarters. Here's My Kids Haul! [2528x3370]

TAKESHII MITSUMUNE - Oyabun du clan YAMAGUCHI-GUMI à Nagoya

TAKESHII MITSUMUNE - Oyabun du clan YAMAGUCHI-GUMI à Nagoya

08-2015: Shinobu Tsukasa, the boss of Japan’s largest “yakuza” gang, the Yamaguchi-gumi, gets into a car after arriving at the train station in Kobe. Japanese police are bracing for gang war as Yamaguchi-gumi mafia group splits.

Japanese police fear gang war as Yamaguchi-gumi tensions surge

Shinobu Tsukasa, the boss of Japan’s largest “yakuza” gang, the Yamaguchi-gumi, gets into a car after arriving at the train station in Kobe. Japanese police are bracing for gang war as Yamaguchi-gumi mafia group splits.

BILLIONAIRE GAMBLER™: Japan-Yamaguchi-Gumi

BILLIONAIRE GAMBLER™: Japan-Yamaguchi-Gumi

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

His name is Shinoda Ken-ichi, but commonly known as Tsukasa Shinobu. He is the most influential person in the Yakuza society and the underground world in Jap.

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

Top members of the Yamaguchi-gumi, Japan's largest Yakuza organization, arrive for the funeral for t. Japanese police brace for gang war as mafia group splits- Asahi Shimbun/AP Photo

Kenichi Shinoda (center), head of Japan's largest organized crime syndicate, the Yamaguchi-gumi, after his release from prison in 2011.

Japan yakuza gang boss found bludgeoned to death

Kenichi Shinoda (center), head of Japan& largest organized crime syndicate, the Yamaguchi-gumi, after his release from prison in

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

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Japan’s biggest criminal organization, the Yamaguchi-gumi, has broken up into three groups. While this would once have heralded a likely gang war, tightened legislation has made it difficult for the yakuza to act, preserving a curious balance of power. In this unusual situation, fundamental rules of the yakuza world are crumbling.

Fragmented Yamaguchi-gumi a Sign of Changing Yakuza Times

Two years after the Yamaguchi-gumi split, it’s no longer business as usual for Japan's crime syndicates. But police suspect a subterfuge.

Yakuza Revolution: From Bruisers to Boy Scouts?

Two years after the Yamaguchi-gumi split, it’s no longer business as usual for Japan& crime syndicates. But police suspect a subterfuge.

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