Ishimoto, Keikichi (Baron) (1887-1951?)
Keikichi Ishimoto, the son of a war hero, was a mining engineer, labor reformer and a Christian humanist who visited the U.S. in 1919. He was the husband of Shidzue Katō, the president of the Japanese Birth Control League, with whom he started Small Family, a monthly magazine formed under the auspices of the Birth Control Union in Japan.
Shidzue Ishimoto, Facing Two Ways, pp. 104-105; Helen Hopper, New Woman of Japan A Political Biography of Katô Shidzue (Boulder, 1996), pp. 4-6, 25.
Collens, Jackie (created stub); Esther Katz
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