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Yamakawa Futaba (山川 二葉) (1844 – November 14, 1909) was a Japanese educator of the early Meiji era. Born in Aizu, she was the sister of the karō, Yamakawa Hiroshi; her other siblings included physicist Yamakawa Kenjirō and Meiji-era social figure Ōyama Sutematsu. Futaba took part in the defense of Tsuruga Castle in the Boshin War (1868-9). She was also briefly married to Kajiwara Heima, another Aizu karō.

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  • 山川 二葉(やまかわ ふたば、弘化元年8月19日(1844年9月30日) - 明治42年(1909年)11月14日)は、日本の教育者。
  • Yamakawa Futaba (山川 二葉) (1844 – November 14, 1909) was a Japanese educator of the early Meiji era. Born in Aizu, she was the sister of the karō, Yamakawa Hiroshi; her other siblings included physicist Yamakawa Kenjirō and Meiji-era social figure Ōyama Sutematsu. Futaba took part in the defense of Tsuruga Castle in the Boshin War (1868-9). She was also briefly married to Kajiwara Heima, another Aizu karō.
  • Yamakawa Futaba (山川 二葉), née le 30 septembre 1844 et décédée à l'âge de 65 ans le 14 novembre 1909, est une enseignante japonaise de l'ère Meiji. Née à Aizu, elle est la sœur du karō, Yamakawa Hiroshi, du physicien Yamakawa Kenjirō et de la figure sociale Ōyama Sutematsu. Futaba participe à la défense du château d'Aizuwakamatsu durant la guerre de Boshin (1868-9). Elle est brièvement mariée à Kajiwara Heima, un autre karō d'Aizu.
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  • Yamakawa Futaba (山川 二葉), née le 30 septembre 1844 et décédée à l'âge de 65 ans le 14 novembre 1909, est une enseignante japonaise de l'ère Meiji. Née à Aizu, elle est la sœur du karō, Yamakawa Hiroshi, du physicien Yamakawa Kenjirō et de la figure sociale Ōyama Sutematsu. Futaba participe à la défense du château d'Aizuwakamatsu durant la guerre de Boshin (1868-9). Elle est brièvement mariée à Kajiwara Heima, un autre karō d'Aizu. Durant l'ère Meiji, Futaba travaille à l'école normale pour femmes de Tokyo (東京女子高等師範学校, Tōkyō Joshi Kōtō Shihan Gakkō), l'ancêtre de l'université pour femmes d'Ochanomizu, durant la direction de Takamine Hideo (en), un natif d'Aizu, au poste de principal. Pour son travail dans l'éducation, elle reçoit le 5e rang de cour junior (従五位, ju go i).
  • 山川 二葉(やまかわ ふたば、弘化元年8月19日(1844年9月30日) - 明治42年(1909年)11月14日)は、日本の教育者。
  • Yamakawa Futaba (山川 二葉) (1844 – November 14, 1909) was a Japanese educator of the early Meiji era. Born in Aizu, she was the sister of the karō, Yamakawa Hiroshi; her other siblings included physicist Yamakawa Kenjirō and Meiji-era social figure Ōyama Sutematsu. Futaba took part in the defense of Tsuruga Castle in the Boshin War (1868-9). She was also briefly married to Kajiwara Heima, another Aizu karō. In the Meiji era, Futaba worked at the Tokyo Women's Normal School (東京女子高等師範学校?, Tōkyō Joshi Kōtō Shihan Gakkō), the forerunner of Ochanomizu University, during the tenure of fellow Aizu native Takamine Hideo as principal. For her work in education, she was awarded with junior 5th court rank (従五位 ju go i).
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