Suicides in Japan

2017-07-30T09:21:30+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true Kensaku Segoe, Soga no Emishi, The Complete Manual of Suicide, Yutaka Taniyama, Aokigahara, Tamiki Hara, Kunihiko Hashida, Seizō Yasunori, Prince Sawara, Shirō Nonaka, Kentaro Kawatsu, Yun Sim-deok, Sokushinbutsu, Takahiro Itō, Chizuko Mifune, Mitsuyasu Maeno, Toshitaka Shimizu, Ichikawa Danjūrō VIII flashcards Suicides in Japan
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  • Kensaku Segoe
    Kensaku Segoe (瀬越 憲作 Segoe Kensaku, May 22, 1889 – July 27, 1972) was a professional Go player.
  • Soga no Emishi
    Soga no Emishi (蘇我 蝦夷, 587 – July 11, 645) was a statesman of the Yamato Imperial Court.
  • The Complete Manual of Suicide
    The Complete Manual of Suicide (完全自殺マニュアル Kanzen Jisatsu Manyuaru, lit. Complete Suicide Manual) is a Japanese book written by Wataru Tsurumi.
  • Yutaka Taniyama
    Yutaka Taniyama (Japanese: 谷山 豊 Taniyama Yutaka; 12 November 1927, Kisai near Tokyo – 17 November 1958, Tokyo) was a Japanese mathematician known for the Taniyama–Shimura conjecture.
  • Aokigahara
    Aokigahara (青木ヶ原), also known as the Suicide Forest or Sea of Trees (樹海 Jukai), is a 35-square-kilometre (14 sq mi) forest that is located at the northwest base of Mount Fuji in Japan.
  • Tamiki Hara
    Tamiki Hara (原 民喜 Hara Tamiki, November 15, 1905 – March 13, 1951) was a Japanese author and survivor of the bombing of Hiroshima, known for his works of Atomic bomb literature.
  • Kunihiko Hashida
    Kunihiko Hashida (橋田 邦彦 Hashida Kunihiko, 15 March 1882 – 14 September 1945) was a Japanese physician and physiologist.
  • Seizō Yasunori
    Sub Lieutenant Seizō Yasunori (安則 盛三 Yasunori Seizō, died May 11, 1945) was a Japanese student who joined the Imperial Japanese Navy, and on May 11, 1945 was ordered to fly a kamikaze mission during the Battle of Okinawa near the end of World War II.
  • Prince Sawara
    Prince Sawara (早良親王 Sawara-shinnō) (750? – November 8, 785) was the fifth son of Prince Shirakabe (later Emperor Kōnin), by Takano no Niigasa.
  • Shirō Nonaka
    Shirō Nonaka (野中 四郎 Nonaka Shirō, 27 October 1903 – 29 February 1936) was an Imperial Japanese Army officer who was a central conspirator in the February 26 Incident in 1936.
  • Kentaro Kawatsu
    Kentaro Kawatsu (河津憲太郎 Kawatsu Kentarō, September 26, 1914 – March 23, 1970) was a Japanese swimmer who competed at the 1932 Summer Olympics.
  • Yun Sim-deok
    Yun Sim-Deok (also written as Youn or Yoon and Sim-dok, Yun Sim-tŏk or Shimdok; Hangul: 윤심덕; hanja: 尹心悳; 25 July 1897 – 4 August 1926) was the first female soprano to achieve fame throughout Korea.
  • Sokushinbutsu
    Sokushinbutsu (即身仏) refers to a practice of Buddhist monks observing austerity to the point of death and entering mummification while alive.
  • Takahiro Itō
    Takahiro Itō (伊藤隆大 Itō Takahiro, June 25, 1987 – March 8, 2009) was a Japanese actor and voice actor.
  • Chizuko Mifune
    Chizuko Mifune (御船 千鶴子, Mifune Chizuko, 17 July 1886 – 19 January 1911) was a self-proclaimed clairvoyant during the late Meiji period in Japan.
  • Mitsuyasu Maeno
    Mitsuyasu Maeno (前野 光保 Maeno Mitsuyasu, c.1947 – March 23, 1976) was a Japanese actor who appeared in roman porno films.
  • Toshitaka Shimizu
    Toshitaka Shimizu (清水 敏孝 Shimizu Toshitaka, December 15, 1968 – November 1, 2003) was a Japanese voice actor from Saitama Prefecture, affiliated with Mausu Promotion.
  • Ichikawa Danjūrō VIII
    Ichikawa Danjūrō VIII (八代目 市川 團十郎 Hachidaime Ichikawa Danjūrō, 5 October 1823 - 6 August 1854) was a Japanese kabuki actor of the prestigious Ichikawa Danjūrō line.