The term "kamikaze" usually refers to the plane strikes. What devices were also used by Japan for intentional suicide attacks during WW2?

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In the final stages of World War II, the Japanese used Kaitens, manned tor­pe­does. Early designs allowed the pilot to escape after the final ac­cel­er­a­tion toward the target, but pro­vi­sion was dropped later. The kaiten could operate for several hours, and it was able to attack several times in case of a miss.

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