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Japan Chiefs 2019

SOURCE: 2019 CIA WORLD FACTBOOK AND OTHER SOURCES











Japan Chiefs 2019
SOURCE: 2019 CIA WORLD FACTBOOK AND OTHER SOURCES


Emperor
AKIHITO
  • Prime Min.
    Shinzo ABE
  • Dep. Prime Min.
    Taro ASO
  • Chief Cabinet Sec.
    Yoshihide SUGA
  • Min. of Agriculture, Forestry, & Fisheries
    Takamori YOSHIKAWA
  • Min. of Defense
    Takeshi IWAYA
  • Min. for Economic Cooperation With Russia
    Hiroshige SEKO
  • Min. of Economy, Trade, & Industry
    Hiroshige SEKO
  • Min. of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, & Technology
    Masahiko SHIBAYAMA
  • Min. of the Environment
    Yoshiaki HARADA
  • Min. of Finance
    Taro ASO
  • Min. of Foreign Affairs
    Taro KONO
  • Min. of Health, Labor, & Welfare
    Takumi NEMOTO
  • Min. of Justice
    Takashi YAMASHITA
  • Min. of Land, Infrastructure, Transport, & Tourism
    Keiichi ISHII
  • Min. for Promoting Dynamic Engagement of All Citizens
    Mitsuhiro MIYAKOSHI
  • Min. of Reconstruction
    Hiromichi WATANABE
  • Min. in Charge of the Abduction Issue
    Yoshihide SUGA
  • Min. in Charge of Admin. Reform
    Mitsuhiro MIYAKOSHI
  • Min. in Charge of Building National Resilience
    Junzo YAMAMOTO
  • Min. in Charge of Civil Service Reform
    Mitsuhiro MIYAKOSHI
  • Min. in Charge of Comprehensive Policy Coordination for Revival From the Nuclear Accident at Fukushima
    Hiromichi WATANABE
  • Min. in Charge of "Cool Japan" Strategy
    Takuya HIRAI
  • Min. in Charge of Economic Revitalization
    Satsuki KATAYAMA
  • Min. in Charge of Education Rebuilding
    Masahiko SHIBAYAMA
  • Min. in Charge of Industrial Competitiveness
    Hiroshige SEKO
  • Min. in Charge of Information Technology Policy
    Takuya HIRAI
  • Min. in Charge of Internal Affairs & Communications
    Masatoshi ISHIDA
  • Min. in Charge of Ocean Policy & Territorial Issues
    Mitsuhiro MIYAKOSHI
  • Min. in Charge of Overcoming Deflation & Yen Appreciation
    Taro ASO
  • Min. in Charge of Reducing US Military Bases Burden on Okinawa
    Yoshihide SUGA
  • Min. in Charge of Reforming Ways of Working
    Takumi NEMOTO
  • Min. in Charge of Regional Revitalization
    Satsuki KATAYAMA
  • Min. in Charge of the Response to the Economic Impact Caused by the Nuclear Incident
    Hiroshige SEKO
  • Min. in Charge of Support for Women's Empowerment
    Satsuki KATAYAMA
  • Min. in Charge of the Tokyo Olympic & Paralympic Games
    Yoshitaka SAKURADA
  • Min. in Charge of TPP & Japan-US Trade Negotiations
    Toshimitsu MOTEGI
  • Min. in Charge of Total Reform of Social Security & Tax
    Toshimitsu MOTEGI
  • Min. in Charge of Water Cycle Policy
    Keiichi ISHII
  • Min. of State for Consumer Affairs & Food Safety
    Mitsuhiro MIYAKOSHI
  • Min. of State for Disaster Management
    Junzo YAMAMOTO
  • Min. of State for Economic & Fiscal Policy
    Toshimitsu MOTEGI
  • Min. of State for Financial Services
    Taro ASO
  • Min. of State for Gender Equality
    Satsuki KATAYAMA
  • Min. of State for Intellectual Property Strategy
    Takuya HIRAI
  • Min. of State for Measures for Declining Birthrate
    Mitsuhiro MIYAKOSHI
  • Min. of State for the My Number System (Social Security & Tax)
    Masatoshi ISHIDA
  • Min. of State for the Nuclear Damage Compensation & Decommissioning Facilitation Corporation
    Hiroshige SEKO
  • Min. of State for Nuclear Emergency Preparedness
    Yoshiaki HARADA
  • Min. of State for Okinawa & Northern Territories Affairs
    Mitsuhiro MIYAKOSHI
  • Min. of State for Regulatory Reform
    Satsuki KATAYAMA
  • Min. of State for Science & Technology Policy
    Takuya HIRAI
  • Min. of State for Space Policy
    Takuya HIRAI
  • Chmn., National Public Safety Commission
    Junzo YAMAMOTO
  • Governor, Bank of Japan
    Haruhiko KURODA
  • Ambassador to the US
    Shinsuke SUGIYAMA
  • Permanent Representative to the UN, New York
    Koro BESSHO

  • NOTE: 1) The information regarding Japan on this page is re-published from the 2019 World Fact Book of the United States Central Intelligence Agency. No claims are made regarding the accuracy of Japan Chiefs 2019 information contained here. All suggestions for corrections of any errors about Japan Chiefs 2019 should be addressed to the CIA.
    2) The rank that you see is the CIA reported rank, which may habe the following issues:
      a) They assign increasing rank number, alphabetically for countries with the same value of the ranked item, whereas we assign them the same rank.
      b) The CIA sometimes assignes counterintuitive ranks. For example, it assigns unemployment rates in increasing order, whereas we rank them in decreasing order






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