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Kikuchi, Dairoku Yasuyuki.
Adm. pens. at ST JOHN'S, May 29, 1873.
[2nd] s. of Dr Shuhei Mitsukuri.
B. Mar. 17, 1855, in Tokyo. School, Kaiseijo, Tokyo, and University College School, London (B.A., London , 1875).
Matric. Michs. 1873;
B.A. (19 th Wrangler ) 1877;
M.A. 1881.
Professor of mathematics at Tokyo Imperial University, 1877-98. President, Imperial University, Tokyo, 1898-1901.
Vice-Minister of Education, 1897-8;
Minister of Education, 1901-3. President of Peers School, 1904-5. President, Kyoto Imperial University, 1908-12. Life Member of the House of Peers, 1890;
resigned, 1912.
President of the Imperial Academy, 1889-1917.
President of the Earthquake Investigation Committee. Created a Baron, 1902;
Privy Councillor, 1912.
1st Class Order of Sacred Treasure;
2nd Class Rising Sun. Hon. LL.D., Glasgow and Manchester. Author of several works on mathematics and education.
Died Aug. 19, 1917.
( Who was Who, 1916-28.)
Dairoku Yasuyuki KIKUCHI
Approx. lifespan: 1855–1917
pens. St John's College adm1873:05:29
2nd s. of Dr Shuhei MITSUKURI
b. 1855:03:17 in Tokyo, [Japan],
Sch: Kaiseijo ((pl) )) Tokyo, [Japan], , and [+ci]
Sch: University College School )) London , ( BA London , (1875)
Matric. 1873:10MT:
BA 19 th Wrangler 1877
MA 1881
Professor of mathematics: Sch: Tokyo
Sch: Imperial University Tokyo Imperial, [Japan], 1877-98
President: Sch: Imperial University [+ci]Imperial[-ci], Tokyo, [Japan], 1898-1901
Vice-Minister of Education 1897-98
Minister: of Education 1901-03
President: of Sch: Peers School Peers, ???, 1904-05
President: Sch: Kyoto
Sch: Imperial University Kyoto Imperial, [Japan], 1908-12
Life Member of: the House of Peers 1890 ; resigned1912
President: of Sch: Imperial Academy 1889-1917
President: of Earthquake Investigation Committee
Created a Baron 1902
Privy Councillor: 1912
1st Class Order of Sacred Treasure;
2nd Class Rising Sun.
Hon.LLD Glasgow, [Scotland], and Manchester, [Lancashire],
Author of several works on mathematics and education.
d. 1917:08:19
Refs: Who was Who 1916-28
[add:]Copy of photograph of him as an undergraduate: CAS: H.80; another photograph: CAS: H.182[:add]