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Japanese mafia whose every member cuts his own finger

Dangerous groups, gangs and mafias are found all over the world, from Italy to Japan, whose strange customs and rules are astonishing to know. Similarly, an ancient criminal group, the Yakuza, is found in Japan. Each member of the group cuts off part of the smallest finger of his left hand.

According to some quarters this act is done for the sake of sins while some people call it loyalty to the gang because the severed part of the finger is presented to the head of the gang which is called Oyaban.

The Yakuza group, also known as the Yubatsumi, do not have an accurate history of finger-cutting, although they existed in the 19th century and included habitual gamblers. Of these, the one who lost in gambling and became indebted had to cut off a part of his finger. It is thought to have been part of the Yakuza ritual ever since.

In addition, the history of the Yakuza is shrouded in mystery. According to some reports, they also do public welfare work. The organization has 30,000 members across Japan who also publish their own magazines and run websites. Most of their members make tattoos all over the body.

The members of this organization are also tested, which often consists of 12 pages.

C_TS452_2020
C_HRHFC_2105
C_C4HCX_04
MS-720
NCS-Core
NS0-520
S1000-002
SPLK-3002
BL0-200
AD5-E803

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