|Real name||Ono Seiichiro|
|Memorial hall||Morioka City Presbyterian Memorial Hall|
After serving as a prosecutor and professor at Tokyo University, he became an attorney after the postwar public office. In the Tokyo trial, he held an attorney for the navy defendant. As a special adviser to the Ministry of Justice in 1956 and as a leader in making the revised penal code in 1974, he developed the objectiveist criminal law theory of "penalty is rewarding". His books include: History of Legal Thought, Subjective Development of Japanese Law, and General Law. Medal of Culture.
Photo courtesy of Morioka City Presbyterian Memorial Hall