Kanno Sugako
Kanno Sugako (Japanese: 管野 須賀子), also called Suga (1881–1911), was an anarcho-feminist Japanese journalist by profession. She was the author of a series of articles about gender oppression, and a defe...
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Kikuoka Kuri
Kikuoka Kuri (菊岡 久利,, March 8, 1909 – April 22, 1970) was the pen-name of a Japanese author of poetry and novels active in Showa period Japan. His real name was Takagi Michinokuo.
Kiukok...
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Koichi Toyama
Koichi Toyama (外山 恒一, Toyama Kōichi, born July 26, 1970) is a Japanese street musician and a fringe political activist who was a candidate for the governor of Tokyo in 2007. He was born in Kag...
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Hideyo Amamoto
Hideyo Amamoto (天本 英世, Amamoto Hideyo, January 2, 1926 – March 23, 2003) was a prolific Japanese actor from the Wakamatsu ward of Kitakyūshū best known for portraying Dr. Shinigami in the orig...
Kanson Arahata
Kanson Arahata (荒畑 寒村, Arahata Kanson) a.k.a. Arahata Katsuzō (荒畑 勝三, Arahata Katsuzō, August 14, 1887–March 6, 1981) was a 20th-century Japanese labor leader, politician and writer, p...
Shūsui Kōtoku
Denjirō Kōtoku (幸徳 傳次郎, Kōtoku Denjirō, November 5, 1871 – January 24, 1911), better known by the nom de plume Shūsui Kōtoku (幸徳 秋水, Kōtoku Shūsui), was a Japanese socialist and ...
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Takamure Itsue
Takamure Itsue (高群 逸枝, January 18, 1894 - June 7, 1964) was a Japanese poet, activist-writer, feminist, anarchist, ethnologist and historian.
Takamure was born into a lower-middle-class family...
Fumiko Kaneko
Fumiko Kaneko (金子 文子, Kaneko Fumiko, January 25, 1903 – July 23, 1926) was a Japanese anarchist and nihilist. She was convicted of plotting to assassinate members of the Japanese Imperial fami...
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Uchiyama Gudō
Uchiyama Gudō (内山 愚童, May 17, 1874–January 24, 1911) was a Sōtō Zen Buddhist priest and anarcho-socialist activist executed in the High Treason Incident. He was one of few Buddhist leaders who spo...
Tomioka Makoto
Makoto Tomioka (富岡 誠, Tomioka Makoto, January 1, 1897 - October 15, 1926) was a Japanese author and anarchist. He was also known as Tetsu Nakahama (中浜 哲, Nakahama Tetsu). He was a memb...
Jun Tsuji
Jun Tsuji, later Ryūkitsu Mizushima (辻 潤, Tsuji Jun, October 4, 1884 – November 24, 1944) was a Japanese author: a poet, essayist, playwright, and translator. He has also been described...
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Motoyuki Takabatake
Motoyuki Takabatake (高畠素之, Takabatake Motoyuki, 1886 – 1928) was a Japanese journalist and an activist who joined the small Japanese anarchist movement in his youth. During the Russian Re...
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Rō Takenaka
Rō Takenaka (竹中労, Takenaka Rō, born Tsutomu, May 30, 1930 – May 19, 1991) was a Japanese reporter, anarchist and critic born in Tokyo. He was the son of the artist and activist Eitarō Takenaka...
Sakae Ōsugi
Sakae Ōsugi (大杉 栄, Ōsugi Sakae, January 17, 1885 – September 16, 1923) was a radical Japanese anarchist. He published numerous anarchist periodicals, helped translate western anarchist essays ...
Noe Itō
Noe Itō (伊藤 野枝, Itō Noe, January 21, 1895 – September 16, 1923) was a Japanese anarchist, social critic, author and feminist.
Itō was born on the island of Kyushu near Fukuoka, Japan on Ja...
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Raicho Hiratsuka
Raichō Hiratsuka (平塚 らいてう, Hiratsuka Raichō, February 10, 1886 – May 24, 1971) was a writer, journalist, political activist, anarchist and pioneering Japanese feminist.
Born Haru Hiratsuka...
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