Question 3: In 1891, he established - against the will of the
cabinet of ________ - a 'section
for emigration' in the
Foreign Ministry, with the task of encouraging emigration and
finding new potential territories for Japanese settlement overseas.
Question 4: However, the leaders of the new ________
(largely at the insistence of Kuroda Kiyotaka) pardoned Enomoto in
1872, realizing that his various talents and accumulated knowledge
could be of use.