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Yamanaka graduated from Tokyo University in 1939. His first post was as a clerk of the Japanese Consulate in Britain, later an ambassador to Norway, and the Ambassador to Saudi Arabia between 1966 and 1968.
Yamanaka was a member of the World Scout Committee.
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