Tokuhisa Tsunenori

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Tokuhisa Tsunenori (徳久 恒範, February 16, 1844 – December 30, 1910) was a Japanese politician who served as governor of Hiroshima Prefecture from June 1903 to January 1904. He was also governor of Toyama Prefecture (1892–1896), Kagawa Prefecture (1896–1898) and Kumamoto Prefecture (1898–1903).

Preceded by Governor of Kumamoto Prefecture
Succeeded by
Egi Kazuyuki
Preceded by Governor of Hiroshima Prefecture
Succeeded by

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