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Mishima returned to his immediate family when he was 12. His father, a man with a taste for military discipline, employed parenting tactics such as holding the young boy up to the side of a speeding train. He also raided Mishima's room for evidence of an "effeminate" interest in literature and often ripped apart the boy's manuscripts. Schooling and early works. At the age of six, Mishima enrolled in the elite Gakushūin, the Peers' School in Tokyo. At twelve, Mishima began to write his first stories. Finland: Kuusankoski Public Library. Archived from the original on 10 October 2004. "水戸支流松平氏（宍戸藩・御連枝） － Reichsarchiv ～世界帝王事典～". Mishima, Yukio; Bataille, Georges (1995). My Mother/Madame Edwarda/The Dead Man. London: Marion Boyars. pp. 4, 11. ISBN 0-7145-3004-2.
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Kazuya Mishima is the character that first appears as the main protagonist and later as one of the main antagonists, later turned anti-hero in the Tekken series. He has an alter ego named Devil Kazuya.
Mishima failed to disembowel himself cleanly and his cohort's hands were shaking so much that he could not chop off his master's head in one blow. The author, who had been tipped for a Nobel prize, died an agonising death. According to the media and politicians of the time, the suicide was also pointless: at best, an artistic performance by a showman and, at worst, a futile gesture by a deranged extremist. The event is expected to attract about 1,000 people. I guess he was ahead of his time in terms of his beliefs," said a young member of the defence agency, who declined to give his name. But the act of ritual suicide is very hard to understand for someone of my generation. Others who knew Mishima said the political significance of his action was only now starting to be appreciated.