Tokiichiro Takewaka

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Tokiichiro Takekawa (武若 時一郎, Takewaka Tokiichirō, April 1901 - ?) was the Governor of Hiroshima Prefecture from March to Apr. 1947. [1]

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References

  1. Successive Governors of Japan, Volume 3, Part 1. Compilation of Governors. 1980. p. 345.
Preceded by
Tsunei Kusunose
Governor of Hiroshima Prefecture
March–April 1947
Succeeded by
Tsunei Kusunose