Tsunamasa Ōyama

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Tsunamasa Ōyama (大山 綱昌, Ōyama Tsunamasa, December 24, 1853 - October 18, 1934) was a Japanese politician. He was governor of Saga Prefecture (1898-1901), Gunma Prefecture (1901-1902) and Nagano Prefecture (1902-1905).

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  1. 『官報』号外「叙任及辞令」1907年3月31日。
Preceded by
Governor of Saga Prefecture
1896-1897
Succeeded by
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Governor of Yamanashi Prefecture
1903-1905
Succeeded by
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Governor of Nagano
1905-1911
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Taniguchi Tomegoro
Governor of Okayama Prefecture
1911-1913
Succeeded by