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He was born in Ishikawa Prefecture. In 1936, he was put on reserve list with rank of general and became Prime Minister on August 30, 1939. He took over from Kiichiro Hiranuma and was replaced by Mitsumasa Yonai in January of 1940.
He was a special envoy to China and joined the House of Peers in 1942. He was the president of the Imperial Rule Assistance Political Association and was the Governor-General of Korea in 1944 and 1945.
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