What is the Yakuza by Olivier?
The Yakuza by Olivier brand, which started in 2011 with its first restaurant in Lisbon, already has two more spaces, in Cascais and Algarve, continuing to offer the exclusive creations of Japanese cuisine, which surprise with the best fusion between East and West has to offer.
Whats new at yakuza Porto?
Yakuza has just arrived in Porto with a menu filled with exclusive creations that surprise diners with the best on offer of East/West fusion.
What are the different Yakuza concepts?
Currently and beyond the Yakuza concept, the group has five more concepts: Guilty, K.O.B., Savage, Seen e Clássico.
What does Yakuza mean?
Yakuza (Japanese: ヤクザ, IPA: [jaꜜkɯza]), also known as gokudō (極道, the extreme path, IPA: [gokɯꜜdoː]), are members of transnational organized crime syndicates originating in Japan. The Japanese police, and media by request of the police, call them bōryokudan (暴力団, violent groups, IPA: [boːɾʲokɯꜜdaɴ]),...
Who is the leader of a yakuza?
Yakuza groups are headed by an oyabun or kumichō (組長, family head) who gives orders to his subordinates, the kobun. In this respect, the organization is a variation of the traditional Japanese senpai-kōhai (senior-junior) model.
How are the Yakuza portrayed in the media?
The Yakuza have been in media and culture in many different fashions. Creating its own genre of movies within Japans film industry, the portrayal of the Yakuza mainly manifests in one of two archetypes; they are portrayed as either honorable and respectable men or as criminals who use fear and violence as their means of operation.
What is a yakuza?
... (Show more) yakuza, also called bōryokudan or gokudō, Japanese gangsters, members of what are formally called bōryokudan (“violence groups”), or Mafia -like criminal organizations.
What is the difference between the Yakuza and the Japanese police?
The Japanese police, and media by request of the police, call them bōryokudan (暴力団, violent groups, IPA: [boːɾʲokɯꜜdaɴ]), while the yakuza call themselves ninkyō dantai (任侠団体/仁侠団体, chivalrous organizations , IPA: [ɲiŋkʲoː dantai]).
What is the relationship between the Yakuza and Koreans?
Although many Yakuza clans have nationalistic ideologies, Koreans have a strong presence within the Yakuza. Koreans are sometimes looked down upon in Japanese society, which feeds into the Yakuzas outsider status.
What ethnic groups make up the Yakuza?
Around 60% of yakuza members come from burakumin, the descendants of a feudal outcast class, according to a 2006 speech by Mitsuhiro Suganuma, a former officer of the Public Security Intelligence Agency. He also said that approximately 30% of them are Japanese-born Koreans, and only 10% are from non-burakumin Japanese and Chinese ethnic groups.