Prime ministers of Japan


Prime ministers of Japan

Table
Prime ministers of Japan
name party term
Ito Hirobumi (Itō Hirobumi) (1st time)   1885–88
Kuroda Kiyotaka (Kuroda Kiyotaka, Count)   1888–89
Yamagata Aritomo (1st time)   1889–91
Matsukata Masayoshi (1st time)   1891–92
Ito Hirobumi (Itō Hirobumi) (2nd time)   1892–96
Matsukata Masayoshi (2nd time)   1896–98
Ito Hirobumi (Itō Hirobumi) (3rd time)   1898
Okuma Shigenobu (Ōkuma Shigenobu) (1st time) Constitutional 1898
Yamagata Aritomo (2nd time)   1898–1900
Ito Hirobumi (Itō Hirobumi) (4th time) Friends of Constitutional Government 1900–01
Katsura Taro (Katsura Tarō, Kōshaku) (1st time)   1901–06
Saionji Kimmochi (1st time) Friends of Constitutional Government 1906–08
Katsura Taro (Katsura Tarō, Kōshaku) (2nd time)   1908–11
Saionji Kimmochi (2nd time) Friends of Constitutional Government 1911–12
Katsura Taro (Katsura Tarō, Kōshaku) (3rd time)   1912–13
Yamamoto Gonnohyoe (Yamamoto Gonnohyōe, Count) (1st time)   1913–14
Okuma Shigenobu (Ōkuma Shigenobu) (2nd time)   1914–16
Terauchi Masatake (Terauchi Masatake, Count)   1916–18
Hara Takashi Friends of Constitutional Government 1918–21
Takahashi Korekiyo Friends of Constitutional Government 1921–22
Kato Tomosaburo   1922–23
Yamamoto Gonnohyoe (Yamamoto Gonnohyōe, Count) (2nd time)   1923–24
Kiyoura Keigo   1924
Kato Takaaki (Katō Takaaki) Constitutional 1924–26
Wakatsuki Reijiro (1st time) Constitutional 1926–27
Tanaka Giichi (Tanaka Giichi, Baron) Friends of Constitutional Government 1927–29
Hamaguchi Osachi Constitutional Democratic 1929–31
Wakatsuki Reijiro (2nd time) Constitutional Democratic 1931
Inukai Tsuyoshi Friends of Constitutional Government 1931–32
Saito Makoto (Saitō Makoto, Shishaku)   1932–34
Okada Keisuke   1934–36
Hirota Koki   1936–37
Hayashi Senjuro (Hayashi Senjūrō)   1937
Konoe Fumimaro (1st time)   1937–39
Hiranuma Kiichiro   1939
Abe Nobuyuki   1939–40
Yonai Mitsumasa   1940
Konoe Fumimaro (2nd time)   1940–41
Konoe Fumimaro (3rd time)   1941
Tojo Hideki (Tōjō Hideki)   1941–44
Koiso Kuniaki   1944–45
Suzuki Kantaro (Suzuki Kantarō, Danshaku)   1945
Shidehara Kijuro (Shidehara Kijūrō, Danshaku)   1945–46
Yoshida Shigeru (1st time) Liberal 1946–47
Katayama Tetsu Socialist 1947–48
Ashida Hitoshi Democratic 1948
Yoshida Shigeru (2nd time) Liberal 1948–49
Yoshida Shigeru (3rd time) Liberal 1949–52
Yoshida Shigeru (4th time) Liberal 1952–53
Yoshida Shigeru (5th time) Liberal 1953–54
Hatoyama Ichiro (Hatoyama Ichirō) (1st time) Japan Democratic 1954–55
Hatoyama Ichiro (Hatoyama Ichirō) (2nd time) Japan Democratic 1955
Hatoyama Ichiro (Hatoyama Ichirō) (3rd time) Liberal–Democratic 1955–56
Ishibashi Tanzan Liberal-Democratic 1956–57
Kishi Nobusuke (1st time) Liberal-Democratic 1957–58
Kishi Nobusuke (2nd time) Liberal-Democratic 1958–60
Ikeda Hayato (1st time) Liberal-Democratic 1960
Ikeda Hayato (2nd time) Liberal-Democratic 1960–63
Ikeda Hayato (3rd time) Liberal-Democratic 1963–64
Sato Eisaku (Satō Eisaku) (1st time) Liberal-Democratic 1964–67
Sato Eisaku (Satō Eisaku) (2nd time) Liberal-Democratic 1967–70
Sato Eisaku (Satō Eisaku) (3rd time) Liberal-Democratic 1970–72
Tanaka Kakuei (1st time) Liberal-Democratic 1972
Tanaka Kakuei (2nd time) Liberal-Democratic 1972–74
Miki Takeo Liberal-Democratic 1974–76
Fukuda Takeo Liberal-Democratic 1976–78
Ohira Masayoshi (Ōhira Masayoshi) (1st time) Liberal-Democratic 1978–79
Ohira Masayoshi (Ōhira Masayoshi) (2nd time) Liberal-Democratic 1979–80
Suzuki Zenko (Suzuki Zenkō) Liberal-Democratic 1980–82
Nakasone Yasuhiro (1st time) Liberal-Democratic 1982–84
Nakasone Yasuhiro (2nd time) Liberal-Democratic 1984–87
Takeshita Noboru Liberal-Democratic 1987–89
Uno Sosuke (Uno Sōsuke) Liberal-Democratic 1989
Kaifu Toshiki Liberal-Democratic 1989–91
Miyazawa Kiichi Liberal-Democratic 1991–93
Hosokawa Morihiro Japan New Party 1993–94
Hata Tsutomu Japan Renewal Party 1994
Murayama Tomiichi Social Democratic 1994–96
Hashimoto Ryutaro (Hashimoto Ryūtarō) Liberal-Democratic 1996–98
Obuchi Keizo Liberal-Democratic 1998–2000
Mori Yoshiro Liberal-Democratic 2000–01
Koizumi Junichiro Liberal-Democratic 2001–06
Abe Shinzo Liberal-Democratic 2006–07
Fukuda Yasuo Liberal-Democratic 2007–08
Aso Taro (Asō Tarō) Liberal-Democratic 2008–
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