Akira Kazami

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Kazami (foreground) briefs the press in January, 1939

Akira Kazami (風見 章, Kazami Akira) (1886–1961) was a Japanese politician. From no great prominence, he was made secretary-General of the first cabinet of Prince Konoe, in 1937.[1] He had been part of Konoe's think tank, the Showa Kenkyu Kai, for a number of years[2] He held the position until January 1939.

In the 1940 Konoe cabinet he was Justice Minister, during the second half of the year.

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