Takashi Sakai
Lieutenant-General Takashi Sakai (酒井 隆, Sakai Takashi, October 18, 1887 – September 30, 1946) was a lieutenant general in the Imperial Japanese Army during World War II, known for his rol...
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Jōsei Toda
Jōsei Toda (戸田 城聖, Toda Jōsei, February 11, 1900 – April 2, 1958) was an educator, peace activist and second president of Soka Gakkai from 1951 to 1958. Imprisoned for two years during W...
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Rie Fujii
Rie Fujii (藤井 理絵, Fujii Rie) (born 1978 in Tsuwano, Shimane) is a Japanese woman who abandoned her two infant children in an apartment in Calgary, Alberta while she visited her boyfriend. On h...
Masao Baba
Masao Baba (馬場 正郎, Baba Masao, 7 January 1892 – 7 August 1947) was a general in the Imperial Japanese Army, commanding the Japanese ground forces of the Borneo Campaign of 1945 in the closing...
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Sadamichi Hirasawa
Sadamichi Hirasawa (平沢 貞通, Hirasawa Sadamichi, February 18, 1892 – May 10, 1987) was a Japanese tempera painter. He was convicted of mass poisoning and sentenced to death, though he is s...
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Alberto Fujimori
Alberto Fujimori Fujimori ([alˈβeɾto fuxiˈmoɾi] [fuʝiˈmoɾi] [ɸuʥiꜜmoɽi]; Japanese: 藤森藤森アルベルト Fujimori Fujimori Aruberuto; born 28 July 1938) was a Peruvian politician. He was President of Peru fr...
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Hitoshi Imamura
Hitoshi Imamura (今村 均, Imamura Hitoshi, 28 June 1886 – 4 October 1968) was a general in the Imperial Japanese Army in World War II.
A native of Sendai city, Miyagi Prefecture, Imamur...
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Seishirō Itagaki
Seishirō Itagaki (板垣 征四郎, Itagaki Seishirō, 21 January 1885 – 23 December 1948) was a General in the Imperial Japanese Army in World War II and a War Minister. Convicted of war crimes, he was ...
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Akihabara massacre
The Akihabara massacre (秋葉原通り魔事件, Akihabara Tōrima Jiken, lit. "Akihabara random attacker incident") was an incident of mass murder that took place on Sunday, June 8, 2008, in the Akihabara sh...
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Kurumizawa Koshi
Kurumizawa Kōshi (胡桃沢耕史, 26 April 1925 - 23 May 1994) was the pen-name of a writer of detective fiction in Shōwa period Japan. His real name was Shimizu Masatarō.
Born in the Mukojima neighbor...
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Iwane Matsui
Iwane Matsui (松井 石根, Matsui Iwane, 27 July 1878 – 23 December 1948) was a general in the Imperial Japanese Army and the commander of the expeditionary forces sent to China in World War II. He ...
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Sada Abe
Sada Abe (阿部 定, Abe Sada, May 28, 1905 – after 1970) was a Japanese woman who is remembered for erotically asphyxiating her lover, Kichizo Ishida (石田 吉蔵, Ishida Kichizō), on May 18, 19...
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Yoshie Shiratori
Yoshie Shiratori (白鳥 由栄, Shiratori Yoshie, July 31, 1907 - February 24, 1979) was a Japanese national born in Aomori Prefecture. He had one daughter. He is best known for having escaped from p...
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Yoshio Kodaira
Yoshio Kodaira (小平 義雄, Kodaira Yoshio, January 28, 1905 – October 5, 1949) was a Japanese rapist and serial killer. He killed one person in 1932 and was later sentenced to death after being co...
Jirō Minami
Jirō Minami (南 次郎, Minami Jirō, 10 August 1874 – 5 December 1955) was a general in the Imperial Japanese Army and Governor-General of Korea between 1936 and 1942.
Born to an ex-samurai f...
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Shunroku Hata
Field Marshal Shunroku Hata (畑 俊六, Hata Shunroku, July 26, 1879 – May 10, 1962), was a field marshal in the Imperial Japanese Army during World War II. He was the last surviving Japanese mil...
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Kuniaki Koiso
Kuniaki Koiso (小磯 國昭, Koiso Kuniaki, March 22, 1880 – November 3, 1950) was a Japanese general in the Imperial Japanese Army, Governor-General of Korea and 41st Prime Minister of Japan from Ju...
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Yoarashi Okinu
Yoarashi Okinu (夜嵐 おきぬ, ca.1845 - March 28, 1872) is the moniker of Harada Kinu (原田 きぬ), who was a Japanese female poisoner and geisha and lived from the end of the Edo era to the beginning of the...
Shigenori Tōgō
Shigenori Tōgō (東郷 茂徳, Tōgō Shigenori) (Korean: 박무덕, Hanja: 朴茂德, Park Moo-Duk, 10 December 1882 – 23 July 1950) was Minister of Foreign Affairs for the Empire of Japan at both the star...
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