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Hakkō ichiu was a Japanese political slogan meaning the divine right of the Empire of Japan to "unify the eight corners of the world." It was prominent from the Second Sino-Japanese War to World War II, popularized in a speech by Prime Minister of Japan Fumimaro Konoe on January 8, 1940.
In the animated television series Gargoyles and the spinoff comic books Gargoyles and Gargoyles: Bad Guys, Gargoyles are a species of winged humanoid creatures that are the focus of the show.
Hakkō-ryū or Hakkō-ryū Jūjutsu (八光流柔術) is a school or 'style' of jujutsu descended from Daito-ryu founded in 1941 by Okuyama Ryuho (1901–1987) a student of Sokaku Takeda and a practitioner of shiatsu. This style of self-defense focuses on the qi meridian points sensitive to pain so that a defender can create sharp distracting pain to an attacker but without causing serious injury to the person, and it can therefore be considered a humanitarian martial technique.The school is now headed by his son who inherited the name Nidai Soke Okuyama Ryuho.
The Hakkōda Mountains is an active volcanic complex in south-central Aomori Prefecture, Japan, in Towada-Hachimantai National Park. Often called Mount Hakkōda (八甲田山, Hakkōda-san) or simply Hakkōda (八甲田).
The Hakkōda Tunnel is a 26.445-kilometer-long (16.432 mi) railway tunnel located in central Aomori Prefecture, in the Tōhoku region of Japan. It passes through the Hakkōda mountain range and links the town of Shichinohe with the city of Aomori.
The Hakkōda Ropeway is the name of a Japanese aerial lift line, as well as its operator. Opened in 1968, the line climbs Mount Tamoyachi in the Hakkōda Mountains in Aomori, Aomori.
Hako ; is a village in the Aragatsotn Province of Armenia. It is mostly populated by Yazidis.
The Hakkōda Mountains incident occurred on January 23, 1902, when a group of Imperial Japanese Army soldiers became lost in a blizzard on the Hakkōda Mountains in Aomori Prefecture in northern Honshu, Japan, en route to Tashiro Hot Spring located in the Hakkōda Mountains. The 199 deaths during a single ascent make it the most lethal disaster in the modern history of mountain climbing.