Category:Kido Takayoshi

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English: Kido Takayoshi (木戸 孝允, August 11, 1833 – May 26, 1877), whose old name was Katsura Kogorō (桂 小五郎), was a Japanese politician during the late Edo period and Meiji era, and a retainer of the Mōri clan.
日本語: 木戸 孝允(きど たかよし、天保4年6月26日(1833年8月11日) – 明治10年(1877年)5月26日)、旧名桂 小五郎(かつら こごろう)は江戸時代末期から明治時代にかけての日本の政治家。旧長州藩士。別名木戸 準一郎(きど じゅんいちろう)、木戸 貫治(きど かんじ)。号は松菊(しょうぎく)。
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Kido Takayoshi 
Japanese samurai of the Mito Domain and one of the three great nobles who led the Meiji Restoration (1833-1877)
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Name in native language
  • 木戸孝允
Date of birth11 August 1833
Hagi
和田小五郎
Date of death26 May 1877
Kyoto
Place of burial
  • Ryōzen Cemetery (Ryôzengokoku-jinja Shintô Shrine - Tomb of Katsura Kogorô.jpg)
Pseudonym
  • 桂小五郎
  • 貫治
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Occupation
Position held
  • Lord of Home Affairs (1874–1874)
  • Minister of Education (1874–1874)
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Father
  • Wada Masakage
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