There were ten governors-general, while eight individuals served in this position. Saitō Makoto and Ugaki Kazushige both served two nonconsecutive terms as governor-general. Saitō was the third and the sixth governor-general, and Ugaki was the fourth and seventh governor-general. Thus, Minami Jirō, Koiso Kuniaki, and Abe Nobuyuki were respectively the eight, ninth, and tenth governors-general, but they were respectively the sixth, seventh, and eight individuals to serve as governors-general.
All names on the list follow Eastern convention (family name followed by given name).
(for political party)
|A#||I#||Portrait||Name||Took office||Left office||Political party||Monarchs served|
|1||1||Terauchi Masatake||寺内 正毅||1910||1916||None||Meiji, Taishō|
|2||2||Hasegawa Yoshimichi||長谷川 好道||1916||1919||None||Taishō|
|斎藤 実||1919||1927||None||Taishō, Shōwa|
|5||5||Yamanashi Hanzō||山梨 半造||1927||1929||None||Shōwa|
|8||6||Minami Jirō||南 次郎||1936||1942||None||Shōwa|
|9||7||Koiso Kuniaki||小磯 國昭||1942||1944||None||Shōwa|
|10||8||Abe Nobuyuki||阿部 信行||1944||1945||None||Shōwa|