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Harakiri (or hara-kiri) most often refers to a form of seppuku (or ritual suicide), often miswritten as "harikari". It may also refer to:
- HRK (gene), pronounced "harakiri", a human gene
- Harakiri (album), the third album by Armenian-American singer Serj Tankian
- "Harakiri", a song from the 2007 album Turn the Lights Out by The Ponys
- "Hari Kari", a song from the 2009 album Ignore the Ignorant by The Cribs
- Harakiri (band), an independent band produced by Willowtip Records
- Hara-Kiri (magazine), a French journal
- Harakiri (opera), a 1973 opera composed by Peter Eötvös
- Harakiri (video game), a 1990 PC game from Game Arts
- Harakiri City, a 1996 album from the Venezuelan rock band Caramelos de Cianuro
- Harakiri Karaoke, a solo project of Chris Wheelie, member of the Bus Station Loonies
Film and television
- Harakiri: Die Tragödie einer Geisha, a 1913 German film by Harry Piel
- Harakiri (1919 film), a German film by Fritz Lang
- Hara-Kiri (1928 film), a French film by Henri Debai and Marie-Louise Iribe
- The Battle (1934 film), also released as Hara-Kiri and Thunder in the East, a French film by Nicolas Farkas and Viktor Tourjansky
- Harakiri (1962 film), a Japanese film by Masaki Kobayashi
- Harakiri (1970 television film), a Danish television film by Pantomima Alfreda Jarryho
- Hara-Kiri: Murder, a 1974 episode of the US television series Hawaii Five-O
- Harakiri (1975 film), a Turkish film by Ertem Göreç
- Harakiri (1986 television series), a Danish television series
- Hara-Kiri (1996 film), a French film by Yves Fajnberg
- Harakiri (2000 film), a Dutch film by Jimmy Tai
- Hara-Kiri: Death of a Samurai, a 2011 Japanese film by Takashi Miike, the remake of the 1962 film.
- Harakiri Seppukumaru, one of the enemies in the 1995 Super Famicom game Ganbare Goemon Kirakira Douchuu: Boku ga Dancer ni Natta Wake
- Harakiri Yagura, one of the yagura (tombs) where Hōjō Takatoki allegedly killed himself at the fall of the shogunate in 1333
- Harakiri (ski piste), the steepest ski slope of Austria
- Harry Caray, Harry Caray, Chicago Cubs announcer.
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