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|Governor-General of Taiwan|
1 September 1924 – 16 July 1926
|Prime Minister||Kiyoura Keigo|
|Preceded by||Uchida Kakichi|
|Succeeded by||Kamiyama Mitsunoshin|
|Born||26 December 1869|
|Died||13 August 1949(aged 79)|
Takio Izawa (伊澤 多喜男 Izawa Takio, December 26, 1869 – August 13, 1949) was a Japanese politician of the early 20th century.
Izawa served as Governor of Wakayama, Ehime, and Niigata Prefectures on Honshū, and later became a member of the House of Peers. He was appointed the 10th Governor-General of Taiwan where he served from September 1, 1924 to July 1926. After a trip to Japan for medical reasons in 1926, Izawa was nominated to become Mayor of Tokyo City, a position which he accepted.
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