Yūichirō Chikaraishi

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Yūichirō Chikaraishi (June 30, 1876 - March 17, 1933) was a Japanese politician. He was governor of Nagano Prefecture (1914-1915), Ōita Prefecture (1915-1917), Ibaraki Prefecture (1917-1921), Miyagi Prefecture (1921-1924), Akita Prefecture (1927-1928), Niigata Prefecture (1928) and Osaka Prefecture (1928-1929).

Preceded by Governor of Nagano
1914-1915
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Governor of Ōita
1915-1917
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Keisuke Sakanaka
Governor of Ibaraki Prefecture
1917-1921
Succeeded by
Genjiro Moriya
Preceded by
Mori Masataka
Governor of Miyagi Prefecture
1921-1924
Succeeded by
Manbei Ueda
Preceded by
Nakano Kunikazu
Governor of Akita Prefecture
1927-1928
Succeeded by
Iwao Koinuma
Preceded by
Shohei Fujinoma
Governor of Niigata Prefecture
1928
Succeeded by
Ozaki Yujiro
Preceded by Governor of Osaka
1928-1929
Succeeded by