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Kyōsuke Kindaichi (金田一 京助 Kindaichi Kyōsuke?, May 5, 1882 – November 14, 1971) was a Japanese linguist from Morioka, Iwate Prefecture. He is chiefly known for his dictations of yukar, or sagas of the Ainu people. Linguist Haruhiko Kindaichi was his son.
- Order of Culture (1954)
- Order of the Sacred Treasure, 1st class, Grand Cordon (1971, Posthumous award)
- Junior Third Rank (1971, Posthumous award)
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