1922 Encyclopædia Britannica/Inouye, Kaoru, Marquess

INOUYE, KAORU, Marquess (1835-1915), Japanese statesman (see 14.587), died Sept. 1 1915. Although he passed the later years of his life in retirement in his villa in Oiso, a seaside resort near Hakone, he was invariably consulted when matters of moment arose in politics or finance, and his name will go down in his country's history as one of the five Meiji statesmen, namely, Princes Ito and Yamagata, Marquesses Inouye and Matsukata and Count Okuma.