|Born||January 2, 1901
Tsuruoka, Yamagata, Japan
|Died||April 30, 1960|
|Allegiance||Empire of Japan|
|Service/branch||Imperial Japanese Army (IJA)|
|Years of service||1922–1945|
|Battles/wars||World War II (Pacific War)|
Takushiro Hattori (服部 卓四郎 Hattori Takushirō?, January 2, 1901 – April 30, 1960) was an Imperial Japanese Army officer. He became head of the Operations Section of the Army General Staff, 1941–5, ranked as colonel. He worked with Colonel Masanobu Tsuji, on Japanese planning for some of the major battles of World War II.
He also acted as private secretary to Hideki Tōjō.
He wrote Dai Toa Senso Zenshi (The Complete History of the Great East Asia War, 1953), a large-scale military history of the Pacific War.