From my experience as a mechanic all my life, and in my personal opinion, I would NEVER use different manufacturer on STEER tires position, even if they are the same exact size.
Your LIFE (and others) is on the line... you do not want to experience that white knuckle 'defecation contacts the rotary oscillator' feeling (you probably just went thru that with the blowout) if something else goes wrong...!
Different manufacturers have different compound properties, and different operating conditions, and it is just not worth the risk.
If you do have to put a different tire on to get out of an urgent situation, find a used tire of equal size to put on there until you can get a matching Yokohama replacement.... then drive very carefully until you can get it done right and safely again...!
Again, your life (and other people on the road) is just not worth the risk. You should be able to find a pretty good used tire in that size for about $100 or less until you can get the new Yokohama put on... then either resell the used or keep it for another emergency spare. Be safe...