Tatsujiro Suzuki (1864-1932) was engaged in Japanese civics education while running a farm. He also served in the Russo-Japanese War. He has served as mayor of Osu Village, member of Shida County Assembly, member of Shizuoka Prefectural Assembly, member of council, vice chairman of prefectural agricultural association, mayor of Yaizu Town, and director of Nippon Kanki. In the 10th House of Representatives general election held in May 1908, he was elected as a member of the Rikken Seiyukai from Shizuoka prefecture. Kozo Makiyama (1882-1961) was born in what is now Iki City, Nagasaki Prefecture. 1906 Graduated from Waseda University, Department of Political Science and Economics. He went to Korea and served as a member of the Gyeongseong Resident’s Group, a member of the Gyeongseong School Union, and president of the Korea Shimbun. He was first elected to the House of Representatives in the 13th House of Representatives general election in 1917. He has since served eight consecutive terms. In the second Reijiro Wakatsuki Cabinet, he was appointed Vice-Minister of the Navy, and in 1936 he participated in the Inter-Parliamentary Union Conference (held in Hungary) as the leader of the Japanese parliamentary delegation.

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