Inukai


Inukai

Inukai is a Japanese surname and place name.

People:

*Inukai Takeru, (1886-1960), author
*Inukai Tsuyoshi (1855 – 1932), 29th Prime Minister of Japan

Place names:

*Inukai (犬飼町; -machi), a town located in Ōno District, Ōita, Japan.


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