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Okuda, Ojiro

The detailed information possessed by the Japanese about the dispositions of ships in, and their movements to and from, Pearl Harbor was gained by the consulate in Honolulu. The espionage was a first conducted by the consul, Ojiro Okuda, and then by Nagao Kita's subordinate Tadashi Morimasu (Morimasu, Tadashi), in fact an ensign of the Japanese navy.

See also: Espionage; Morimasu; Tadashi; Pearl Harbor