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Takenori Kanzaki

Takenori Kanzaki (神崎 武法 Kanzaki Takenori?, born July 15, 1943) is a Japanese politician of the New Komeito Party, a member of the House of Representatives in the Diet (national legislature). He was born in Tianjin, China during the time part of China was under Japanese occupation. A graduate of the University of Tokyo, he was elected to the House of Representatives for the first time in 1983. From August 1993 to April 1994, he served as Minister of Posts and Telecommunications in Morihiro Hosokawa's cabinet.

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  • Official website in Japanese.
Political offices
Preceded by
Kiichi Miyazawa
Minister of Posts and Telecommunications
1993–1994
Succeeded by
Katsuyuki Hikasa
New title
Introduction of proportional voting
Representative for the Kyūshū proportional representation block
1996–2010
Served alongside: 20 others
Succeeded by
Kiyohiko Tōyama
(Kōmeitō list replacement)
Preceded by
Taku Yamasaki
Yanosuke Narazaki
...
Representative for Fukuoka 1st district
1983–1996
Served alongside: Taku Yamasaki, Seiichi Ōta, Ryū Matsumoto, ...
District eliminated
Party political offices
Preceded by
Kōzō Watanabe
Executive Council Chairman of the New Frontier Party
1996–1997
Party dissolved
New political party President of Shintō Heiwa ("New Peace Party")
1998
Merged into Kōmeitō
New political party President of (New) Kōmeitō ("Justice Party")
1998–2006
Succeeded by
Akihiro Ōta
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