1910 in Japan
|See also:||Other events of 1910
List of years in Japan
Events in the year 1910 in Japan.
- May 14 - The Japan–British Exhibition opens at White City, London, the largest international exposition the Empire of Japan had participated in up to that time.
- August 22 - Japan–Korea Treaty of 1910
- December - The Japanese Antarctic Expedition leaves Tokyo, led by Nobu Shirase.
- date unknown - The Nippon Columbia record label is founded by Nipponophone Co., Ltd.
- January 21 - Hideo Shinojima, footballer (died 1975)
- February 19 - Prince Nagahisa Kitashirakawa
- March 12 - Masayoshi Ōhira, politician
- March 23 - Akira Kurosawa, screenwriter, producer, and director
- September 10 - Kozaburo Hirai, composer (died 2002)
- October 10 - Ichiji Tasaki, biophysicist (died 2009)
- November 15 - Yatarō Kurokawa, actor (died 1984)
- March 3 - Sasaki Takayuki, government minister and court official (born 1830)
- July 3 - Matasaburō Watanabe, politician (born 1850)
- September 13 - Sone Arasuke, politician and Japanese Resident-General of Korea (born 1849)
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