Nomura, Kichisaburo, 1877-1964, Japanese admiral and diplomat. A graduate of the Japanese naval academy, he commanded troops at Shanghai in 1932, was made a full admiral in 1933, and resigned from active service in 1937. He was (1939) foreign minister before being appointed (1940) ambassador to the United States. He and a special envoy, Kurusu, were carrying on negotiations in Washington when Japan attacked Pearl Harbor. After World War II, Nomura denied that he knew beforehand of the attack.
Nomura (野村 (field village), 埜村 (wilderness field) is a Japanese surname. It can refer to:



  • The former town of Nomura in Ehime Prefecture, Japan


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