|Location||Kantō region, Japan|
|Target||Zainichis and socialists|
|Weapons||Gun, Japanese sword and bamboo spear|
|Deaths||at least 6,000|
|Korean name 1|
|Korean name 2|
The Kantō Massacre was mass murder committed by Japanese militaries, police and vigilantes against the Zainichi residents of Kantō region, Japan, immediately after the 1923 Great Kantō earthquake. The massacre is also known as Massacre of Koreans in 1923.
The massacre occurred over a period of three weeks starting on September 1, 1923, the day that a massive earthquake struck the Kantō region. During this period, soldiers of the Imperial Japanese Army, police and vigilantes murdered Zainichi civilians and Japanese socialists who numbered an estimated at least 6,000.
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