Shōzō Okada

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Shōzō Okada (岡田周造, Okada Shozo, November 1886 - May 31, 1983) was a Japanese politician. He was born in Tochigi Prefecture. He was a graduate of the University of Tokyo. He was a governor of Chiba Prefecture (1931), Yamaguchi Prefecture (1931-1933), Nagano Prefecture (1933-1935), Hyōgo Prefecture (1936-1938) and Tokyo (1938-1941).

Preceded by
Governor of Chiba Prefecture
1931
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Governor of Yamaguchi Prefecture
1931-1933
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Kuraji Ishigaki
Governor of Nagano
1933-1935
Succeeded by
Seiichi Ōmura
Preceded by
Governor of Hyōgo Prefecture
1936-1938
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Governor of Tokyo
1938-1941
Succeeded by