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Riichi Yokomitsu
Riichi Yokomitsu (1989-1947) studied under Kan Kikuchi and wrote his first work Onmi. He joined the literary coterie of Bungei Shunju and made a debut as a novelist in 1923. In 1924, he called Toko Kon and Taruho Inagaki together to launch Bungei Jidai, and came to be called the genius of the New Sensationalist School. He stayed in Shanghai for a month and wrote Shanghai in 1928. Yokomitsu died of acute peritonitis at the age of 49 while working on Rampu (Gas Lamp) in 1947.