- in 1748 , after his father ' s death , he became an accounting officer and succeeded his father .
- on august 5 , 1867 he became an accounting officer , called osanyomono (salary of 40 hyo [approximately 2880 liters ] of rice ).
- he was born as the child of masanoshin yasutomi , who was a feudal retainer working as kanjogata (an accounting officer ) in the ashimori domain .
- kanjo bugyo was a governmental post in the edo period and the highest accounting officer , who was in charge of finance and control of the tenryo (the areas controlled directly by the bakufu ).
- when he was young , he learned at atsutane hirata , a scholar of japanese classical literature , and was recognized by nariakira shimazu , the lord of satsuma domain and appointed a county accounting officer .
- his ancestors from a family of goshi , or village officer , status had served as (accounting ) clerks in the local government of a fishing village (also a smuggling port of the domain of omura ) at the beginning of the edo period , and were later promoted to accounting officer status .
- historical facts show that kira kozuke no suke sent massive bills for things he secretly purchased as well as construction work done in his house to the uesugi family of yonezawa domain where his son was acting as the lord , and troubled the accounting officer of the uesugi family .
- upon his return , he rendered his services in handling the work left over from the minister of the navy ' s official travel abroad , went to france , also assumed the position of chief accounting officer of the cruiser itsukushima however his military career ended when he was discharged from his duties in september .