- No·bu·su·ke [naw-boo-soo-ke] /ˌnɔ bʊˈsu kɛ/, 1896–1987, Japanese statesman: premier 1958–60.
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Kishi is one of the most frequented of these places, and there the money for the right of crossing the desert is paid.Celebrated Travels and Travellers
Of more dubious antecedents is another patron of the children of Japan, Kishi Mojin, the mother of the child-demons.
Once Kishi Mojin had the depraved habit of stealing any young child she could lay hands on and eating it.