Chikaaki Takasaki

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Chikaaki Takasaki (高崎 親章, Takasaki Chikaaki, 1853 – December 27, 1920) was a Japanese politician. He fought in the Satsuma Rebellion of 1877. He was governor of Ibaraki Prefecture (1893–1896), Nagano Prefecture (1896–1897), Okayama Prefecture (1897–1900), Miyagi Prefecture (1900), Kyoto Prefecture (1900–1902) and Osaka (1902–1911).

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  1. ^ 『官報』第3451号「叙任及辞令」12月27, 1894.
  2. ^ 『官報』第6138号「叙任及辞令」12月16, 1903.
  3. ^ 『官報』号外「叙任及辞令」3月31, 1907.
  4. ^ 『官報』第7578号・付録「辞令」9月28, 1908.
  5. ^ 『官報』第1310号・付録「辞令」12月13, 1916.
Preceded by Governor of Ibaraki Prefecture
1893–1896
Succeeded by
Preceded by Governor of Nagano
1896–1897
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Chuuzo Kohno
Governor of Okayama Prefecture
1897–1900
Succeeded by
Saburo Yoshihara
Preceded by
Kiyoomi Chikami
Governor of Miyagi Prefecture
1900
Succeeded by
Masaaki Nomura
Preceded by Governor of Kyoto
1900–1902
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Kanji Kikuchi
Governor of Osaka
1902–1911
Succeeded by
Katsutaro Inuduka