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The Taishu-kai (太州会, Taishū-kai) is a yakuza organisation based in Fukuoka Prefectur on the Kyushu island o Japan, wi a estimatit 180 active members.[1]

History[eedit | eedit soorce]

The Taishu-kai wis formit aroond 1954 unner the name "Ota Group" (太田グループ, Ōta Gurūpu) bi Kuniharu Ota (太田 州春, Ōta Kuniharu), a minewirker who became the first preses. The Ota Group wis later renamit the "Ota-gumi" (太田組, Ōta-gumi), an again renamit the "Taishu-kai" in Mey 1973. Yoshihito Tanaka (or Yoshito Tanaka) succeedit Ota in Dizember 1991.[2]

Condeetion[eedit | eedit soorce]

Heidquairtered in Tagawa, Fukuoka,[1] the Taishu-kai is ane o the five independent Fukuoka-based designatit yakuza syndicates, alang wi the Kudo-kai, the Dojin-kai, the Fukuhaku-kai an the Kyushu Seido-kai.[3]

The Taishu-kai is a member o an anti-Yamaguchi-gumi fraternal federation, the "Yonsha-kai", alang wi the Kitakyushu-based Kudo-kai, the Kurume-based Dojin-kai an the Kumamoto-based Kumamoto-kai.[4]

Preses[eedit | eedit soorce]

  • 1st: Kuniharu Ota
  • 2nt: Yoshi(hi)tae Tanaka
  • 3rd: Raitaro Oma
  • 4t: Hiroshi Hidaka

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. 1.0 1.1 "Boryokudan Situation in 2010", April 2011, National Police Agency (in Japanese)
  2. "1993 Police White Paper Chapter 1 : The Actual Condition of the Boryokudan", 1993, National Police Agency (in Japanese)
  3. "Police of Japan 2011, Criminal Investigation : 2. Fight Against Organized Crime", December 2009, National Police Agency
  4. The Sixth Yamaguchi-gumi Complete Databook 2008 Edition : "The funeral of the Fourth Kudo-kai Honorary Adviser Hideo Mizoshita" (p.192–197), 1 February 2009, Mediax, ISBN 978-4-86201-358-3 (in Japanese)

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