Mishima Incident
'Mishima Yukio} (三島 由紀夫, Mishima Yukio) is the pen name of Kimitake Hiraoka (平岡 公威, Hiraoka Kimitake, January 14, 1925 – November 25, 1970), a Japanese author, poet, pla...
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March Incident
The March Incident (三月事件, Sangatsu Jiken) was an abortive coup d'état attempt in Japan, in March 1931, launched by the radical Sakurakai secret society within the Imperial Japanese Army, aided...
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Ivan Morris
Ivan Ira Esme Morris (29 November 1925 – 19 July 1976) was a British author and teacher in the field of Japanese Studies.Ivan Morris was born in London, of mixed American and Swedish parentage, to Ira...
Military Academy Incident
The Military Academy Incident (士官学校事件, Shikan Gakko Jiken), also known as the November Incident (十一月事件, Juichigatsu Jiken ) was an attempted coup d'état that took place in Japan in No...
Donald Keene
Donald Lawrence Keene (born June 18, 1922) is an American-born Japanese scholar, historian, teacher, writer and translator of Japanese literature. Keene is University Professor Emeritus and Shincho Pr...
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Tatenokai
The Tatenokai (楯の会) or Shield Society was a private militia in Japan dedicated to traditional Japanese values and veneration of the Emperor. It was founded and led by the author Yukio Mishima.The Tate...
Hiroyasu Koga
Hiroyasu Koga (Japanese: 古賀浩靖 Koga Hiroyasu, born c. 1947) is a former Tatenokai (楯の会) member and kaishakunin responsible for the decapitations of Yukio Mishima and Masakatsu Morita during their...
May 15 Incident
The May 15 Incident (五・一五事件, Goichigo Jiken) was an attempted coup d'état in Japan, on May 15, 1932, launched by reactionary elements of the Imperial Japanese Navy, aided by cadets in the Impe...
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Yukio Mishima
'Mishima Yukio} (三島 由紀夫, Mishima Yukio) is the pen name of Kimitake Hiraoka (平岡 公威, Hiraoka Kimitake, January 14, 1925 – November 25, 1970), a Japanese author, poet, pla...
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Naoki Inose
Naoki Inose (猪瀬 直樹, Inose Naoki, born 20 November 1946) is a Japanese journalist, historian, social critic and biographer of literary figures such as Yukio Mishima and Osamu Dazai. He served a...
Henry Scott Stokes
Henry Scott Stokes (born 15 June 1938 in Glastonbury, Somerset, U.K.) is a British journalist who has been the Tokyo bureau chief for The Financial Times (1964–67), The Times (1967-1970s?) and The New...
Kyūjō Incident
The Kyūjō Incident (宮城事件, Kyūjō Jiken) was an attempted military coup d'état in Japan at the end of the Second World War. It happened on the night of 14–15 August 1945, just prior to announcem...
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February 26 Incident
The February 26 Incident (二・二六事件, Niniroku Jiken) (also known as the 2-26 Incident) was an attempted coup d'état in Japan on 26 February 1936. It was organized by a group of young Imperial Jap...
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The Sea of Fertility
The Sea of Fertility (豊饒の海, Hōjō no Umi) is a tetralogy of novels written by the Japanese author Yukio Mishima. The four novels are Spring Snow (1969), Runaway Horses (1969), The Temple of Daw...
Mishima Yukio Prize
The Mishima Yukio Prize (三島由紀夫賞, Mishima Yukio Shō) is a Japanese literary award presented annually. It was established in 1988 in memory of author Yukio Mishima.
October Incident
The October Incident (十月事件, Jūgatsu Jiken), also known as the Imperial Colors Incident (錦旗革命事件, Kinki Kakumei Jiken), was an abortive coup d'état attempt in Japan, on 21 October 1931, ...
Masakatsu Morita
Masakatsu Morita (森田 必勝, Morita Masakatsu, 25 July 1945 – 25 November 1970) was a Japanese political activist who committed seppuku with Yukio Mishima in Tokyo.Morita was the youngest child of...
Yukio Mishima bibliography
The bibliography of Kimitake Hiraoka, pen name Yukio Mishima, includes novels, novellas, short stories and literary essays, as well as plays that were written not only in a contemporary-style, but als...
League of Blood Incident
The League of Blood Incident (血盟団事件, Ketsumeidan Jiken, also translated as Blood-Pledge Corps Incident) was a 1932 assassination plot in Japan in which extremists targeted wealthy businessmen ...
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