He devoted his career to the study and measurement of variation in latitude, building upon the work of Seth Carlo Chandler, who discovered the Chandler wobble. In 1899, he became the first director of the International Latitude Observatory at Mizusawa, Japan.
- Awarding of RAS Gold Medal
- Kimura, Hisashi | Portraits of Modern Japanese Historical Figures (National Diet Library)
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