According to Wikipedia, after the Japanese defeat in the Battle of Taierzhuang, "It was reported in the world's newspapers, however, and by mid-April had provoked a Cabinet crisis in Tokyo". What was the nature of this cabinet crisis, and was it ultimately eventless or did it have effects, such as cabinet reshuffle or change in troop mobilisation?
I did find one contemporary newspaper report, from the front page of The New York Times (April 15, 1938):
JAPANESE DEFEAT A MAJOR DISASTER; CRISIS IN CABINET
But meanwhile the defeat has had its repercussions in Tokyo, where Prince Konoye's Cabinet was said to be facing a crisis on the issue of mobilizing the nation's full strength for the China warfare. [Page 3.]
There should be more detail on page 3 but that may be behind a paywall. But according to the front page summary and subheadings, it seems that the crisis was about whether to fully mobilise for the war with China; if so what changes were made in troop mobilisations, as a result of this battle?