Viscount Keizō Shibusawa (渋沢 敬三 Shibusawa Keizō, August 25, 1896 – October 25, 1963) was a Japanese businessman, central banker, philanthropist and folklorist. He was the 16th Governor of the Bank of Japan (BOJ).
|Minister of Finance of Japan|
9 October 1945 – 22 May 1946
|Prime Minister||Kijūrō Shidehara|
|Preceded by||Juichi Tsushima|
|Succeeded by||Tanzan Ishibashi|
|16th Governor of the Bank of Japan|
18 March 1944 – 9 October 1945
|Preceded by||Toyotarō Yūki|
|Succeeded by||Eikichi Araki|
|Born||August 25, 1896|
|Died||October 25, 1963 67)(aged|
|Alma mater||Tokyo Imperial University|
Shibusawa was born in Tokyo. He was the grandson of Shibusawa Eiichi.
Shibusawa was involved in the creation of the core collection of the National Museum of Ethnology in Osaka.
- Bank of Japan (BOJ), 16th Governor
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| Minister of Finance
| Governor of the Bank of Japan