|4th Governor of the Bank of Japan|
November 11, 1896 – October 20, 1898
|Preceded by||Kawada Koichiro|
|Succeeded by||Yamamoto Tatsuo|
Iwasaki Yanosuke (岩崎 彌之助, February 8, 1851 – March 25, 1908) was a Japanese businessman, central banker and the 4th Governor of the Bank of Japan (BOJ). He was created a Baron in 1900; and he was a member of Japan's House of Peers.
Iwasaki was Governor of the Bank of Japan from November 11, 1896—October 20, 1898.
In 1890, he was responsible for Mitsubishi's purchase of the land in most of the central business district in Tokyo when it was still covered with grass and bamboo.
- "Baron Yanosuke Iwasaki," New York Times. March 26, 1908; retrieved 2011-08-30
- Bank of Japan (BOJ), 4th Governor
- Mistubishi, Yanosuke Iwasaki
- Weston, Mark. (1999). Giants of Japan : the Lives of Japan's Greatest Men and Women, p. 17., p. 17, at Google Books
- BOJ, List of Governors.
- Sanger, David E. "Daimler-Benz and Mitsubishi Negotiating Cooperative Plan," New York Times, March 7, 1990; retrieved 2011-08-30
- Mistubishi, Koyata Iwasaki
- Mistubishi, Toshiya Iwasaki
- Weston, Mark. (1999). Giants of Japan: the Lives of Japan's Greatest Men and Women. New York : Kodansha International. ISBN 9781568362861; OCLC 246601936
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