According to Inazo Nitobe (author of "Bushido: The Soul of Japan") timelines written in Japanese, he was awarded honorary degrees from "University of California" (Kariforunia Daigaku, カリフォルニア大学) in March of 1933, and from the University of Geneva (Jeneba Daigaku, ジェネヴァ大学 or セネヴァ大学), but I cannot find any mention of these by Google searching in Japanese, English, or French. It's clear that he was awarded honorary degrees from John Hopkins, Brown, and Haverford, but I can't find evidence for the UC and Geneva ones.
At that time, did the collective University of California give out honorary degrees as one entity, rather than each individual schools giving them out? If not, which one did Nitobe get it from?
When did Geneva award one to him?
What degrees did he get from UC and Geneva? For example, doctorates in law, sociology, or...?