Kenji Tomita

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Kenji Tomita (November 1, 1897 - March 23, 1977) was a Japanese politician. He was born in Kobe. He graduated from Kyoto University. He was governor of Nagano Prefecture (1938-1940).[1] He was a recipient of the Order of the Sacred Treasure.

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  1. ^ 『官報』第5810号、昭和21年5月30日。
Preceded by
Seiichi Ōmura
Governor of Nagano
1938-1940
Succeeded by
Minoru Suzuki