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1. Enkichi ŌkiCount Enkichi Ōki (大木 遠吉, Ōki Enkichi, September 19, 1871 – February 14, 1926) was a Japanese statesman in the Taishō period. Ōki was born in Tokyo, Shizuoka Prefecture. His father, Ōki Takatō was one of the leaders in the Meiji Restoration, and served in numerous cabinet posts in the early Meiji government. In 1899, Enkichi succeeded to his father’s title of count (hakushaku) under the kazoku peerage system. His political career began in 1908, when he was elected to the House of Peers.
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