Toshikazu Kase Net Worth

Toshikazu Kase Net Worth is
$17 Million

Toshikazu Kase Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Toshikazu Kase (?? ??, Kase Toshikazu, 12 January 1903 – 21 May 2004) was a Japanese civil servant and career diplomat. During World War II he was a high-ranking Foreign Ministry official.Kase was born in Chiba, Japan. After passing his Foreign Service Examination in 1925 he left Tokyo Higher Commercial College (later Hitotsubashi University) and attended Amherst College and Harvard as a Research Fellow, graduating in 1927. He took up diplomatic posts in both Berlin and London before returning to Tokyo where he was posted to the North America desk of the Japanese Foreign Office. He was on duty on the weekend of the Pearl Harbor attack in December 1941. Kase was present as part of the Japanese delegation on board USS Missouri for the signing of the treaty of surrender in 1945. In 1950 Kase published a book which gave an account of the war from a Japanese perspective. In 1955 he became Japan's first ambassador to the United Nations. He died, aged 101 years, in Kamakura of heart failure.
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Date Of BirthJanuary 12, 1903
Place Of BirthChiba, Japan
Star SignCapricorn
1Was a veteran diplomat who took part in the signing of Japan's surrender to the United States in World War II.


Pearl Harbor: Two Hours That Changed the World1991TV Movie documentaryHimself
The World at War1973-1974TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself

Archive Footage

The Last Days of World War II2005TV Series documentaryHimself
Enola Gay and the Atomic Bombing of Japan1995Himself (uncredited)
The Last Days of World War II1995TV Movie documentaryHimself (uncredited)
Xie rou chang cheng1995TV SeriesHimself (uncredited)
Truman1995TV MovieHimself - Assists Shigemitsu (uncredited)
Vietnam: A Television History1983TV Series documentaryHimself (uncredited)
The Clouded Dawn1962DocumentaryHimself - Japanese Foreign Office: Second Row, Top Hat, Assists Shigemitsu
Without Reservations1946Newsreel (uncredited)

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