Eizaburo Nomura

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Eizaburo Nomura (野村 栄三郎?, Nomura Eizaburō) was a Japanese explorer of Central Asia. He made two trips to Central Asia between 1902 and 1910, all financed by Count Ōtani. Although he travelled as a secretary of Otani's Buddhist temple in Kyoto, he was suspected, correctly, by British and Russian Intelligence of being in the Imperial Japanese Army.


For more details of Nomura's expeditions, see Expeditions of Count Otani.