The Tojo Clan headquarters is a location in Tokyo that is the base of operations for the Tojo Clan. A labyrinthine combination of traditional Japanese and modern western architecture, the building holds many secret rooms and circuitously-laid-out pathways. This was contrived to assist the clan in the event of an invasion.


The Tojo Clan headquarters were built by the Tojo Clan's first chairman Makoto Tojo. He made sure to incorporate a large traditional Japanese garden, as he was an admirer of them.[1] The location has remained virtually unchanged throughout the years.

Yakuza/Yakuza KiwamiEdit

Kazuma Kiryu first visits the Tojo Clan headquarters to attend Masaru Sera's funeral. He manages to find Shintaro Kazama[2] in a back room, but Kazama is shot by a sniper. Futoshi Shimano bursts in afterwards and suspects Kiryu of the shooting. Kiryu then has to escape. At the end of the game, Kiryu has his combined inauguration-retirement ceremony as Tojo Clan Fourth Chairman in the headquarters.

Yakuza 2/Yakuza Kiwami 2Edit

After Yukio Terada's death, acting chairman Yayoi Dojima agrees to let Kiryu look for her son with a view to him being sixth Tojo Clan chairman. She informs him of a secret room in which a number of weapons and other useful items are kept for emergency purposes. The location and contents of this room are different in Yakuza 2 and its remake.

In the Majima Saga of Yakuza Kiwami 2, Goro Majima causes an upset in the boardroom by dragging in a wheelbarrow of money, usurping Akinobu Uematsu as first-in-line for clan captain based on family profits.


Yakuza KiwamiEdit

Yakuza Kiwami 2Edit


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  2. Known as Shintaro Fuma in the original western-localized Yakuza game
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