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Japanese Ambassador to the United States

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Japanese Ambassador to the United States

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The Japanese ambassador mission to the United States has existed since the 1860, interrupted by disagreements and wars during the World War II.

Kenichiro Sasae is the current Japanese ambassador to the United States, having presented his credentials on November 19, 2012.[1]

Special Charge d'Affaires

  • Mori Arinori, 1870-1872
  • Saburō Takagi, 1872-1873
  • Jirō Yano, 1873-1874

Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary


See also


  1. ^ a b January 2013.The Washington Diplomat."Japan." Accessed 2013-06-18.
  2. ^ Tokyo: Liberal News Agency/Methodist Publishing House, 1910, p. 19.Japan To-day. A Souvenir of the Anglo-Japanese Exhibition held in London, 1910.Mochizuki, Kotaro.
  3. ^ June 13, 2010Chicago Sun-Times.Sweet, Lynn. "Japan Amb. Fujisaki Hits Chicago: Speech, Gov. Quinn Meeting, Desiree Rogers Dinner." , accessed 2013-06-18; September 20, 2012Georgetown Dish.Staihar, Janet. "Japanese Ambassador to Retire." , accessed 2013-06-18.
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