December 1, 1918|
Kakegawa, Shizuoka, Japan
|Alma mater||Rikkyo University|
Uto endured much hardship after World War II and deposited his both medals to a pawnshop to get some money for living. He later found a job in general affairs at the Niigata Nippo company, but was often bullied here. After retiring he moved to Chiba Prefecture to do agriculture.
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