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List of Prime Ministers of Japan

Portrait of Ito Hirobumi
Portrait of Katsura Tar?
Portrait of Eisaku Sat?
Portrait of Shinz? Abe
  • Top left: Ito Hirobumi became the first Prime Minister of Japan in 1885.
  • Top right: Katsura Tar? was the longest serving Prime Minister in the Imperial period and held the office on three different occasions.
  • Bottom left: Eisaku Sat? was the longest uninterrupted serving Prime Minister, holding office from 1964 to 1972.
  • Bottom right: Shinz? Abe, the incumbent officeholder, and the longest serving Prime Minister, holding office from 2006 to 2007 and again since 2012.

This is a list of prime ministers of Japan, including those of the Empire of Japan, from when the first Japanese prime minister (in the modern sense), It? Hirobumi, took office in 1885, until the present day. The office is currently held by Shinz? Abe. Those prime ministers under the Meiji Constitution had a mandate from the Emperor. The "electoral mandates" shown are for the lower house of the Imperial Diet that was not constitutionally guaranteed to have any influence on the appointment of the Prime Minister.

Daij?-kan

The office of Daij?-daijin (?, Chancellor of the Realm of Japan) was the equivalent of what would become the office of Prime Minister. It was an ancient role which had been discontinued in the 18th century and briefly revived under the Meiji constitution.

Daij?-daijin

Minister of the Left

Minister of the Right

The office of Daij?-daijin was abolished in December 1885 with the appointment of It? Hirobumi in the new position of Prime Minister.

List of prime ministers

Portrait Prime Minister
(Birth-Death)
Term of office & mandate
Duration in years and days
Party Government Monarch
(Reign)
Ref.
Itô Hirobumi.jpg Count
It? Hirobumi


(1841-1909)
-- None
Meiji tenno1(cropped).jpg
(1867-1912)
[1]
2 years and 131 days
Kiyotaka Kuroda 2.jpg Count
Kuroda Kiyotaka


(1840-1900)
-- None [2]
1 year and 179 days
Sanetomi Sanjo formal cropped.jpg Prince
Sanj? Sanetomi


(1837-1891)
-- None
61 days
Yamagata Aritomo.jpg Count
Yamagata Aritomo


(1838-1922)
-- Military
(Army)
[3]
1890
1 year and 134 days
Masayoshi Matsukata suit.jpg Count
Matsukata Masayoshi


(1835-1924)
-- None [4]
1892
1 year and 95 days
Itô Hirobumi.jpg Marquess
It? Hirobumi


(1841-1909)
-- None [1]
Mar. 1894
Sep. 1894
4 years and 24 days
During this interval, Privy Council Chairman Kuroda Kiyotaka was the acting Prime Minister.
Masayoshi Matsukata suit.jpg Count
Matsukata Masayoshi


(1835-1924)
-- None [4]
1 year and 117 days
Itô Hirobumi.jpg Marquess
It? Hirobumi


(1841-1909)
-- None [1]
Mar. 1898
170 days
Shigenobu Okuma 2.jpg Count
?kuma Shigenobu


(1838-1922)
-- Kenseit? [5]
Aug. 1898
132 days
Yamagata Aritomo.jpg Count
Yamagata Aritomo


(1838-1922)
-- Military
(Army)
[3]
1 year and 346 days
Itô Hirobumi.jpg Marquess
It? Hirobumi


(1841-1909)
-- Rikken Seiyukai [1]
204 days
During this interval, Privy Council Chairman Saionji Kinmochi was the acting Prime Minister.
11 KatsuraT.jpg Count
Katsura Tar?

?
(1848-1913)
-- Military
(Army)
[6]
1902
1903
1904
4 years and 220 days
Kinmochi Saionji formal.jpg Marquess
Saionji Kinmochi


(1849-1940)
-- Rikken Seiyukai [7]
1908
2 years and 190 days
11 KatsuraT.jpg Prince
Katsura Tar?

?
(1848-1913)
-- Military
(Army)
[6]
3 years and 48 days
Kinmochi Saionji formal.jpg Marquess
Saionji Kinmochi


(1849-1940)
-- Rikken Seiyukai [7]
1912
1 year and 114 days
TaishoEmperor.jpg
(1912-1926)
11 KatsuraT.jpg Prince
Katsura Tar?

?
(1848-1913)
-- None [6]
62 days
Gonbee Yamamoto later years cropped.jpg Count
Yamamoto Gonnohy?e


(1852-1933)
-- Military
(Navy)
[8]
1 year and 56 days
Shigenobu Okuma 2.jpg Marquess
?kuma Shigenobu


(1838-1922)
-- Rikken Doshikai [5]
1915
2 years and 177 days
Masatake Terauchi uniform.jpg Count
Terauchi Masatake


(1852-1919)
-- Military
(Army)
[9]
1917
1 year and 356 days
Takashi Hara posing cropped.jpg Hara Takashi
? ?
(1856-1921)
-- Rikken Seiyukai [10]
1920
3 years and 37 days[+]
During this interval, Foreign Minister Uchida Kosai was the acting Prime Minister.
Korekiyo Takahashi formal.jpg Viscount
Takahashi Korekiyo


(1854-1936)
-- Rikken Seiyukai [11]
212 days
Admiral Kato Tomosaburo cropped.jpg Baron
Kat? Tomosabur?


(1861-1923)
-- Military
(Navy)
[12]
1 year and 74 days[+]
During this interval, Foreign Minister Uchida Kosai was the acting Prime Minister.
Gonbee Yamamoto later years cropped.jpg Count
Yamamoto Gonnohy?e


(1852-1933)
-- Military
(Navy)
[8]
128 days
Kiyoura Keigo.jpg Viscount
Kiyoura Keigo


(1850-1942)
-- None [13]
157 days
Takaaki Kato suit.jpg Viscount
Kat? Takaaki


(1860-1926)
1924 Kenseikai [14]
1 year and 232 days[+]
During this interval, Interior Minister Wakatsuki Reijir? was the acting Prime Minister.
Reijiro Wakatsuki posing cropped.jpg Wakatsuki Reijir?

(1866-1949)
-- Kenseikai [15]
1 year and 81 days
Emperor Hirohito portrait photograph.jpg
(1926-1989)
Giichi Tanaka posing cropped.jpg Baron
Tanaka Giichi


(1864-1929)
-- Rikken Seiyukai [16]
1928
2 years and 74 days
Osachi Hamaguchi posing cropped.jpg Osachi Hamaguchi

(1870-1931)
-- Rikken Minseito [17]
1930
1 year and 287 days
During this interval, Foreign Minister Kij?r? Shidehara was the acting Prime Minister.
Reijiro Wakatsuki posing cropped.jpg Baron
Wakatsuki Reijir?


(1866-1949)
-- Rikken Minseito [15]
244 days
Tsuyoshi Inukai facing left cropped.jpg Inukai Tsuyoshi
?
(1855-1932)
-- Rikken Seiyukai [15]
1932
155 days[+]
During this interval, Finance Minister Takahashi Korekiyo was the acting Prime Minister.
Makoto Saito 2.jpg Viscount
Sait? Makoto

?
(1858-1936)
-- Military
(Navy)
[18]
2 years and 44 days
Keisuke Okada 2 cropped.jpg Keisuke Okada

(1868-1952)
-- Military
(Navy)
[19]
1936
1 year and 246 days
During this interval, Interior Minister Fumio Got? was the acting Prime Minister.
Kohki Hirota suit cropped.jpg K?ki Hirota

(1878-1948)
-- None [20]
331 days
Senjuro Hayashi suit.jpg Senj?r? Hayashi
?
(1876-1943)
-- Military
(Army)
[21]
1937
123 days
Fumimaro konoe.jpg Prince
Fumimaro Konoe


(1891-1945)
-- None [22]
1 year and 216 days
Kiichiro Hiranuma.jpg Baron
Hiranuma Kiichir?


(1867-1952)
-- None [23]
238 days
Nobuyuki Abe formal.jpg Nobuyuki Abe

(1875-1953)
-- Military
(Army)
[24]
140 days
Yonai Mitsumasa cropped.jpg Mitsumasa Yonai

(1880-1948)
-- Military
(Navy)
[25]
189 days
Fumimaro konoe.jpg Prince
Fumimaro Konoe


(1891-1945)
-- None [22]
Taisei Yokusankai
1 year and 89 days
Hideki Tojo posing cropped.jpg Hideki T?j?

(1884-1948)
-- Taisei Yokusankai [26]
1942
2 years and 279 days
Kuniaki Koiso.jpg Kuniaki Koiso

(1880-1950)
-- Taisei Yokusankai [27]
260 days
Kantaro Suzuki suit cropped.jpg Baron
Kantar? Suzuki


(1868-1948)
-- Taisei Yokusankai [28]
133 days None
HIH Prince Naruhiko of Higashikuni.jpg Prince
Naruhiko Higashikuni

?
(1887-1990)
-- Imperial Family [29]
54 days
Kijuro Shidehara.jpg Baron
Kij?r? Shidehara


(1872-1951)
-- Progressive [30]
226 days
Shigeru Yoshida suit.jpg Shigeru Yoshida
?
(1878-1967)
1946 Liberal [31]
1 year and 3 days
Katayama Tetsu 1948.jpg Tetsu Katayama
?
Rep for Kanagawa 3rd
(1887-1978)
1947 Socialist [32]
292 days
Ashida Hitoshi photographed by Shigeru Tamura.jpg Hitoshi Ashida
?
Rep for Ky?to 2nd
(1887-1959)
-- Democratic [33]
220 days
The 4th cabinet of Yoshida Shigeru.JPG Shigeru Yoshida
?
Rep for K?chi At-large
(1878-1967)
-- Democratic Liberal [31]
1949
Liberal
1952
1953
6 years and 57 days
Hatoyama Ichir?.jpg Ichir? Hatoyama

Rep for Tokyo 1st
(1883-1959)
-- Democratic [34]
1955
-- Liberal Democratic
2 years and 14 days
ISHIBASHI Tanzan.jpg Tanzan Ishibashi

Rep for Shizuoka 2nd
(1884-1973)
-- Liberal Democratic [35]
65 days
KISHI Nobusuke.jpg Nobusuke Kishi
?
Rep for Yamaguchi 1st
(1896-1987)
-- Liberal Democratic [36]
1958
3 years and 146 days
Hayato Ikeda.jpg Hayato Ikeda

Rep for Hiroshima 2nd
(1899-1965)
-- Liberal Democratic [37]
1960
1963
4 years and 114 days
Eisaku Sato cropped 2 Eisaku Sato 19641109.jpg Eisaku Sat?

Rep for Yamaguchi 2nd
(1901-1975)
-- Liberal Democratic [38]
1967
1969
7 years and 242 days
Kakuei Tanaka cropped 2 Kakuei Tanaka 19720707.jpg Kakuei Tanaka

Rep for Niigata 3rd
(1918-1993)
-- Liberal Democratic [39]
1972
2 years and 156 days
Takeo Miki cropped 2 Takeo Miki 19741209.jpg Takeo Miki

Rep for Tokushima At-large
(1907-1988)
-- Liberal Democratic [40]
2 years and 16 days
Takeo Fukuda cropped 2 Takeo Fukuda 19761224.jpg Takeo Fukuda

Rep for Gunma 3rd
(1905-1995)
1976 Liberal Democratic [41]
1 year and 349 days
Masayoshi Ohira cropped 2 Masayoshi Ohira 19781207.jpg Masayoshi ?hira

Rep for Kagawa 2nd
(1910-1980)
-- Liberal Democratic [42]
1979
1 year and 189 days[+]
During this interval, Chief Cabinet Secretary Masayoshi Ito was the acting Prime Minister.
Zenko Suzuki cropped 2 Zenko Suzuki 19800717.jpg Zenk? Suzuki

Rep for Iwate 1st
(1911-2004)
1980 Liberal Democratic [43]
2 years and 134 days
Yasuhiro Nakasone cropped 2 Yasuhiro Nakasone 19821127.jpg Yasuhiro Nakasone

Rep for Gunma 3rd
(1918-2019)
-- Liberal Democratic [44]
1983
1986
4 years and 345 days
Noboru Takeshita cropped 2 Noboru Takeshita 19871106.jpg Noboru Takeshita
?
Rep for Shimane At-large
(1924-2000)
-- Liberal Democratic [45]
1 year and 210 days
Emperor Akihito cropped 3 Barack Obama Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko 20140424 1.jpg
(1989-2019)
Sosuke Uno cropped 2 Sosuke Uno 19890603.jpg S?suke Uno

Rep for Shiga At-large
(1922-1998)
-- Liberal Democratic [46]
69 days
Toshiki Kaifu cropped 2 Toshiki Kaifu 19890810.jpg Toshiki Kaifu

Rep for Aichi 3rd
(born 1931)
-- Liberal Democratic [47]
1990
2 years and 88 days
Kiichi Miyazawa cropped 2 Kiichi Miyazawa 19911105.jpg Kiichi Miyazawa

Rep for Hiroshima 3rd
(1919-2007)
-- Liberal Democratic [48]
1 year and 278 days
Morihiro Hosokawa cropped 2 Morihiro Hosokawa 19930809.jpg Morihiro Hosokawa

Rep for Kumamoto 1st
(born 1938)
1993 New [49]
263 days
Tsutomu Hata cropped 2 Tsutomu Hata 19940428.jpg Tsutomu Hata
?
Rep for Nagano 2nd
(1935-2017)
-- Renewal [50]
64 days
Tomiichi Murayama cropped 2 Tomiichi Murayama 19940630.jpg Tomiichi Murayama

Rep for ?ita 1st
(born 1924)
-- Socialist [51]
1 year and 196 days
Ryutaro Hashimoto cropped 2 Ryutaro Hashimoto 19960111.jpg Ry?tar? Hashimoto

Rep for Okayama 4th
(1937-2006)
-- Liberal Democratic [52]
1996
2 years and 201 days
Keizo Obuchi cropped 2 Keizo Obuchi 19980730.jpg Keiz? Obuchi

Rep for Gunma 5th
(1937-2000)
-- Liberal Democratic [53]
2 years and 201 days
Yoshiro Mori cropped 2 Yoshiro Mori 20000405.jpg Yoshir? Mori
?
Rep for Ishikawa 2nd
(born 1937)
-- Liberal Democratic [54]
2000
1 year and 22 days
Junichiro Koizumi cropped 2 Junichiro Koizumi 20010426.jpg Junichir? Koizumi

Rep for Kanagawa 11th
(born 1942)
-- Liberal Democratic [55]
2003
2005
5 years and 154 days
Abe Shinzo.jpg Shinz? Abe

Rep for Yamaguchi 4th
(born 1954)
-- Liberal Democratic [56]
1 year and 1 day
Yasuo Fukuda cropped 2 Yasuo Fukuda 20070926.jpg Yasuo Fukuda

Rep for Gunma 4th
(born 1936)
-- Liberal Democratic [57]
365 days
Taro Aso cropped 2 Taro Aso 20080924.jpg Tar? As?

Rep for Fukuoka 8th
(born 1940)
-- Liberal Democratic [58]
358 days
Yukio Hatoyama cropped 2 Yukio Hatoyama 20090916.jpg Yukio Hatoyama

Rep for Hokkaido 9th
(born 1947)
2009 Democratic [59]
266 days
Kan Naoto.jpg Naoto Kan
?
Rep for Tokyo 18th
(born 1946)
-- Democratic [60]
1 year and 87 days
Yoshihiko Noda cropped 2 Yoshihiko Noda 20110902.jpg Yoshihiko Noda

Rep for Chiba 4th
(born 1957)
-- Democratic [61]
1 year and 116 days
Shinz? Abe Official (cropped 2).jpg Shinz? Abe

Rep for Yamaguchi 4th
(born 1954)
2012 Liberal Democratic [56]
2014
2017
7 years and 61 days
Emperor Naruhito at TICAD7 (cropped).jpg
(2019-present)

Timeline

Yoshihiko NodaNaoto KanYukio HatoyamaTaro AsoYasuo FukudaShinz? AbeJunichiro KoizumiYoshiro MoriKeizo ObuchiRyutaro HashimotoTomiichi MurayamaTsutomu HataMorihiro HosokawaKiichi MiyazawaToshiki KaifuSosuke UnoNoboru TakeshitaYasuhiro NakasoneZenko SuzukiMasayoshi ItoMasayoshi OhiraTakeo FukudaTakeo MikiKakuei TanakaEisaku SatoHayato IkedaNobusuke KishiTanzan IshibashiIchiro HatoyamaHitoshi AshidaTetsu KatayamaShigeru YoshidaKij?r? ShideharaPrince Naruhiko HigashikuniKantar? SuzukiKuniaki KoisoHideki TojoMitsumasa YonaiNobuyuki AbeHiranuma Kiichir?Fumimaro KonoeSenj?r? HayashiK?ki HirotaKeisuke OkadaSait? MakotoInukai TsuyoshiOsachi HamaguchiTanaka GiichiWakatsuki Reijir?Kat? TakaakiKiyoura KeigoKat? Tomosabur?Takahashi KorekiyoHara TakashiTerauchi MasatakeYamamoto Gonnohy?eSaionji KinmochiKatsura Tar??kuma ShigenobuMatsukata MasayoshiYamagata AritomoKuroda KiyotakaIto Hirobumi

Rank by length of total tenures

Rank Prime Minister Party Start of 1st
Administration
Terms Days (*)
1 Shinz? Abe LDP 2006 4 2981 (incumbent)
2 Katsura Tar? None 1901 3 2883
3 Eisaku Sat? LDP 1964 3 2797
4 It? Hirobumi None 1885 4 2716
5 Shigeru Yoshida Liberal/DLP/Liberal 1946 5 2614
6 Junichir? Koizumi LDP 2001 3 1979
7 Yasuhiro Nakasone LDP 1982 3 1805
8 Hayato Ikeda LDP 1960 3 1574
9 Saionji Kinmochi Rikken Seiy?kai 1906 2 1398
10 Nobusuke Kishi LDP 1957 2 1240
11 Yamagata Aritomo None 1889 2 1208
12 Hara Takashi Rikken Seiy?kai 1918 1 1132
13 ?kuma Shigenobu Kenseit? 1898 2 1038
14 Fumimaro Konoe None/IRAA 1937 3 1033
15 T?j? Hideki IRAA 1941 1 1008
16 Matsukata Masayoshi None 1891 2 941
17 Ry?tar? Hashimoto LDP 1996 2 931
18 Kakuei Tanaka LDP 1972 2 885
19 Zenk? Suzuki LDP 1980 1 863
20 Toshiki Kaifu LDP 1989 2 817
21 Tanaka Giichi Rikken Seiy?kai 1927 1 804
22 Sait? Makoto Military 1932 1 773
23 Ichir? Hatoyama JDP/LDP 1954 3 744

(*) The table includes only PMs who have cumulatively served two years (730 days) or more. A fully detailed list is available at List of Japanese prime ministers by longevity.

Living former prime ministers

As of February 2020, ten former prime ministers of Japan are still alive. The most recent death of a former prime minister was that of Yasuhiro Nakasone (who was prime minister in 1982-1987) on 29 November 2019. Shinz? Abe, who served from 2006 to 2007, returned to the office since 2012 and is the current incumbent, excluding him from this list.

Number Name Tenure Date of birth Age Image
1 Tomiichi Murayama 1994-1996 (1924-03-03)3 March 1924 95 years, 358 days Tomiichi Murayama (2015).jpg
2 Toshiki Kaifu 1989-1991 (1931-01-02)2 January 1931 89 years, 53 days Toshiki Kaifu 1991.jpg
3 Yasuo Fukuda 2007-2008 (1936-07-16)16 July 1936 83 years, 223 days Yasuo Fukuda, former Prime Minister of speech at Meiji University.jpg
4 Yoshir? Mori 2000-2001 (1937-07-14)14 July 1937 82 years, 225 days Yoshir? Mori (2017).jpg
5 Morihiro Hosokawa 1993-1994 (1938-01-14)14 January 1938 82 years, 41 days Morihiro Hosokawa 2014.jpg
6 Tar? As? 2008-2009 (1940-09-20)20 September 1940 79 years, 157 days Tar? As? (2017).jpg
7 Junichiro Koizumi 2001-2006 (1942-01-08)8 January 1942 78 years, 47 days Koizumi 2010 cropped.png
8 Naoto Kan 2010-2011 (1946-10-10)10 October 1946 73 years, 137 days Naoto Kan (2011).jpg
9 Yukio Hatoyama 2009-2010 (1947-02-11)11 February 1947 73 years, 13 days Yukio Hatoyama cropped 3 Abhisit Vejjajiva and Yukio Hatoyama 20091108.jpg
10 Yoshihiko Noda 2011-2012 (1957-05-20)20 May 1957 62 years, 280 days Secretary Geithner Greets Japanese Prime Minister Noda (8079678592) cropped.jpg

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Relations between Japanese prime ministers

  1. Nobusuke Kishi and Eisaku Sat?: brothers
  2. Nobusuke Kishi and Shinz? Abe: grandfather and grandson
  3. Eisaku Sat? and Shinz? Abe: great-uncle and great-nephew
  4. Takeo Fukuda and Yasuo Fukuda: father and son
  5. Ichir? Hatoyama and Yukio Hatoyama: grandfather and grandson
  6. Prince Fumimaro Konoe and Morihiro Hosokawa: grandfather and grandson
  7. Shigeru Yoshida and Tar? As?: grandfather and grandson
  8. Zenk? Suzuki and Tar? As?: father-in-law and son-in-law

See also

Notes

  • ^+ Died in office

References

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  46. ^ ?75? [75th Sosuke Uno] (in Japanese). Official website of the Prime Minister of Japan. Retrieved 2012.
  47. ^ ?76o77? [76th/77th Toshiki Kaifu] (in Japanese). Official website of the Prime Minister of Japan. Retrieved 2012.
  48. ^ ?78? [78th Kiichi Miyazawa] (in Japanese). Official website of the Prime Minister of Japan. Retrieved 2012.
  49. ^ ?79? [79th Morihiro Hosokawa] (in Japanese). Official website of the Prime Minister of Japan. Retrieved 2012.
  50. ^ ?80? ? [80th Tsutomu Hata] (in Japanese). Official website of the Prime Minister of Japan. Retrieved 2012.
  51. ^ ?81? [81st Tomiichi Murayama] (in Japanese). Official website of the Prime Minister of Japan. Retrieved 2012.
  52. ^ ?82o83? [82nd/83rd Ryutaro Hashimoto] (in Japanese). Official website of the Prime Minister of Japan. Retrieved 2012.
  53. ^ ?84? [84th Keizo Obuchi] (in Japanese). Official website of the Prime Minister of Japan. Retrieved 2012.
  54. ^ ?85o86? ? [85th/86th Yoshiro Mori] (in Japanese). Official website of the Prime Minister of Japan. Retrieved 2012.
  55. ^ ?87o88o89? [87th/88th/89th Junichiro Koizumi] (in Japanese). Official website of the Prime Minister of Japan. Retrieved 2012.
  56. ^ a b ?90o96o97? [90th/96th/97th Shinzo Abe] (in Japanese). Official website of the Prime Minister of Japan. Retrieved 2012.
  57. ^ ?91? [91st Yasuo Fukuda] (in Japanese). Official website of the Prime Minister of Japan. Retrieved 2012.
  58. ^ ?92? [92nd Tar? As?] (in Japanese). Official website of the Prime Minister of Japan. Retrieved 2012.
  59. ^ ?93? [93rd Yukio Hatoyama] (in Japanese). Official website of the Prime Minister of Japan. Retrieved 2012.
  60. ^ ?94? ? [94th Naoto Kan] (in Japanese). Official website of the Prime Minister of Japan. Retrieved 2012.
  61. ^ ?95? [95th Yoshihiko Noda] (in Japanese). Official website of the Prime Minister of Japan. Retrieved 2012.
  62. ^ Updated daily according to UTC.

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