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Japan. Naikaku Tōkeikyoku (1898-1920)


  • [Japan. Gyōseikan. Kirokuka oyobi Henshūka was established in 1868. Between February 16, 1870 and May 30, 1880, the department name was changed to 8 different names. On May 30, 1881, Japan. Daijōkan. Tōkeika changed its name to Japan. Daijōkan. Tōkeiin. On December 28, 1885, Japan. Daijōkan. Tōkeiin changed its name to Japan. Naikaku Tōkeikyoku (1885-1893). On November 10, 1893, Japan. Naikaku Tōkeikyoku (1885-1893) changed its name to Japan. Naikaku Tōkeika. On November 1, 1898, Japan. Naikaku Tōkeika changed its name to Japan. Naikaku Tōkeikyoku (1898-1920). On May 15, 1920, Japan. Naikaku Tōkeikyoku (1898-1920) changed its name to Japan. Kokuseiin. On November 1, 1922, Japan. Kokuseiin changed its name to Japan. Tōkeikyoku. On December 20, 1924, Japan. Tōkeikyoku changed its name to Japan. Naikaku Tōkeikyoku. On November 1, 1942, Japan. Naikaku Tōkeikyoku changed its name to Japan. Tōkeikyoku (1942-1943)]
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    • Japan. 內閣統計局 (1898-1920)
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      • found: Nihon Teikoku tōkei tekiyō, 1897:cover (內閣統計局 = Naikaku Tōkeikyoku)
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      • [Japan. Gyōseikan. Kirokuka oyobi Henshūka was established in 1868. Between February 16, 1870 and May 30, 1880, the department name was changed to 8 different names. On May 30, 1881, Japan. Daijōkan. Tōkeika changed its name to Japan. Daijōkan. Tōkeiin. On December 28, 1885, Japan. Daijōkan. Tōkeiin changed its name to Japan. Naikaku Tōkeikyoku (1885-1893). On November 10, 1893, Japan. Naikaku Tōkeikyoku (1885-1893) changed its name to Japan. Naikaku Tōkeika. On November 1, 1898, Japan. Naikaku Tōkeika changed its name to Japan. Naikaku Tōkeikyoku (1898-1920). On May 15, 1920, Japan. Naikaku Tōkeikyoku (1898-1920) changed its name to Japan. Kokuseiin. On November 1, 1922, Japan. Kokuseiin changed its name to Japan. Tōkeikyoku. On December 20, 1924, Japan. Tōkeikyoku changed its name to Japan. Naikaku Tōkeikyoku. On November 1, 1942, Japan. Naikaku Tōkeikyoku changed its name to Japan. Tōkeikyoku (1942-1943)]
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