1887 – Born on the 15th of November in Fukuchiyama, Tokyo, Japan.
1932 – He ran his first successful campaign for a seat in the House of Representatives as a member of the Seiyukai Party.
1939 – He sided with IchirM Hatoyama’s "orthodox" wing following the Seiyukai’s split.
1947 – He was elected president of the new party, and became Minister of Foreign Affairs under Socialist prime minister Tetsu Katayama.
1948 – He was a Japanese politician who served as the 47th Prime Minister of Japan.
– His tenure ended just seven months after it began. Two of his cabinet ministers were accused of corruption in the Showa Electric scandal, which forced the cabinet to resign.
1958 – He was cleared of all charges in relation to the incident of corruption.
1959 – Died on the 20th of June at the age of 71.