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Kintaro Okamura (岡村 金太郎, Okamura Kintarō, May 5, 1867 - August 21, 1935) is a Japanese botanist and educationalist (1867 - 1935).

He is the author of important studies about seaweeds. He's also well known for his educational books collection, the Ohraimono.

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  • Nihon kaisō zusetsu (in Japanese). Kintarō Okamura. 1900. OCLC 83442798.
  • Illustrations of the Marine Algae of Japan. Keigyosha. 1900. OCLC 68692846.
  • Nihon sōrui meii (in Japanese). Tōkyō: Keigyōsha. 1902. OCLC 15660662.
  • Icones of Japanese algae (in English and Japanese). Okamura Kintarō. 1907. OCLC 6269718. - published between 1907-1937, Japanese text with English summary. Total 10 volumes were bound to seven. Reprint in 2016.
    • Nihon sorui zufu = Icones of Japanese algae (in Japanese). Kazama Shobō. 1952. OCLC 14771095.
  • "Some littoral diatoms of Japan". Report of the Imperial Fisheries Institute. Tokyo. 3 (4). 1911. OCLC 38025846.
  • Ōraimono bunrui mokuroku (in Japanese) (2 ed.). Tōkyō: Keimeikai Jimusho. 1925.
  • The distribution of marine algae in Pacific waters. 1932.
  • "On Gelidium and Pterocladia of Japan". Journal of the Imperial Fisheries Institute. 29 (2). Imperial Fisheries Institute. 1934.
  • Nihon sōrui zufu (in Japanese and English). 1942. OCLC 49223818.
  • Nihon kaisō shi (in Japanese). Tōkyō: Uchida Rōkakuho. 1956. OCLC 33647844.
  • Kaisō fu (in Japanese). Tōkyō: Tōkyō Shobō. 1984.

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