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Nanboku MIZUNO (1757 – 1834): Japan’s Greatest Physiognomist Who Discovered the Truth That One’s Fate Depends on One’s Diet (Japanese Mystery Case #0011)

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Nanboku Mizuno (1757 – 1834)

In this article, I would like to introduce the remarkable life of Nanboku Mizuno (水野南北) (1757 – 1834), Japan’s greatest physiognomist, who was thrown in jail at the age of 18 and predicted to die at the age of 20, but found a unique way to change a bad fate and dramatically transformed his fate to make a huge fortune.

The Amazing Life of Nanboku Mizuno, Japan’s Greatest Physiognomist

Nanboku with Bad Fate Who Was Predicted to Die at 20

Nanboku Mizuno (水野南北) was born in 1757 in Awaza, Osaka ( present-day Awaza, Nishi-ku, Osaka City, Osaka, Japan).

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