Inside Fukushima Nuclear Power plant's ground zero
The first robot to be sent into the radioactive reactor of Fukushima nuclear power plant has stalled just three hours into its mission. These incredible pictures offer the first glimpse into the melte...
Inside Fukushima Nuclear Power plant's ground zero
The first robot to be sent into the radioactive reactor of Fukushima nuclear power plant has stalled just three hours into its mission. These incredible pictures offer the first glimpse into the melte...
Shimonoseki Campaign
The Shimonoseki Campaign (Japanese:下関戦争/ 馬関戦争, Shimonoseki Sensō/ Bakan Sensō) refers to a series of military engagements in 1863 and 1864, fought to control Shimonoseki Straits of Japan by joint nava...
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Hibiya Incendiary Incident
Hibiya Incendiary Incident (日比谷焼打事件, Hibiya Yakiuchi Jiken) was a major city-wide riot which erupted in Tokyo on 5 September 1905 in protest of the terms of the Treaty of Portsmouth, which end...
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Fukushima Incident
The Fukushima Incident was a political tumult which took place in Fukushima Prefecture in 1882.The incident started with the appointment of Mishima Michitsune as governor. His rule was contested by tw...
Tengyo no Ran
The Tengyo no Ran (天慶の乱) ("War in the Tengyo era") is the name of a brief medieval Japanese conflict, in which Taira no Masakado rebelled against the central government. He was defeated after 59 d...
Takebashi Incident
The Takebashi Incident was an armed rebellion on August 23, 1878 in which 260 members of the Imperial Guard of the Imperial Japanese Army mutinied and killed officers. The motivation for the incident ...
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Chichibu Incident
The Chichibu Incident (秩父事件, Chichibu jiken) was a large scale peasant revolt that occurred in November 1884 in Chichibu, Saitama, a short distance from Japan's capital, and lasted approximate...
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Shishigatani Incident
The Shishigatani Incident (鹿ケ谷事件, Shishigatani jiken) of June 1177 was a failed uprising against the rule of Taira no Kiyomori in Japan. The conspiracy was discovered, and its perpetrators arrested an...
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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Iwai Rebellion
The Iwai Rebellion (磐井の乱, Iwai no Ran) was a rebellion against the Yamato court that took place in Tsukushi Province, Japan (now nearby Ogori city in Fukuoka Prefecture) in 527 AD. The rebelli...
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Shinpūren Rebellion
The 1876 Shinpūren Rebellion (神風連の乱, Shinpūren no ran / Jinpūren no ran) was one of a number of ex-samurai uprisings which took place in the early Meiji period against the new Meiji government...
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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...
Shimabara Rebellion
The Shimabara Rebellion (島原の乱, Shimabara no ran) was an uprising in southwestern Japan lasting from December 17, 1637 to April 15, 1638, during the Edo period. It largely involved peasants, mo...
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Hōgen Rebellion
The Hōgen Rebellion (保元の乱, Hōgen no ran, July 28-August 16, 1156) was a short civil war fought in order to resolve a dispute about Japanese Imperial succession. The dispute was also about th...
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Taira no Masakado
Taira no Masakado (平 将門, died in the second lunar month of 940) was a samurai in the Heian period of Japan, who led a rebellion against the central government of Kyoto.
Masakado was born into ...
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Kazuo Aoyama
Kazuo Aoyama (靑山 和夫, Aoyama Kazuo) was a Japanese communist who joined the Republic of China during the Second Sino-Japanese War. Aoyama was on good terms with the Kuomintang, despite openly a...
Japanese resistance to the Empire of Japan in World War II
Japanese dissidence during the Shōwa period was dissidence by Japanese citizens of the Empire of Japan (1868–1947) during the Shōwa period, the reign of the Shōwa Emperor, Hirohito (1926–1989). The Sh...
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Heiji Rebellion
The Heiji Rebellion (平治の乱, Heiji no ran, January 19—February 5, 1160) was a short civil war fought in order to resolve a dispute about political power. The Heiji no ran encompassed clas...
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Wataru Kaji
Wataru Kaji (鹿地 亘, Kaji Wataru, 1903–1982) or (1901-1982) was the nom de guerre for Mitsugi Seguchi, a Japanese writer, literary critic, and political activist.
Wataru Kaji was born ...
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Keian Uprising
The Keian Uprising (慶安事件, Keian Jiken) was a failed coup d'etat attempt carried out against the Tokugawa shogunate of Japan in 1651, by a number of ronin. Though it failed, the event is histor...
Civil war of Wa
The Civil war of Wa or Great Rebellion of Wa (倭国大乱, wakoku tairan) was a period of disturbances and warfare in ancient Japan (Wa) during the late Yayoi period (2nd century AD). It is the oldes...
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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Jōkyū War
Jōkyū War (承久の乱, jōkyū no ran), also known as the Jōkyū Disturbance or the Jōkyū Rebellion, was fought in Japan between the forces of Retired Emperor Go-Toba and those of the Hōjō clan, regent...