|Governor of Nagasaki Prefecture|
May 8, 1944 |
Ikitsuki, Nagasaki, Japan
|Alma mater||Keio University|
Genjirō Kaneko (金子 原二郎 Kaneko Genjirō?, born May 8, 1944) is the governor of Nagasaki Prefecture in Japan. A native of Ikitsuki, Nagasaki and graduate of Keio University, he was elected governor of Nagasaki Prefecture after serving in the assembly of Nagasaki Prefecture for three terms since 1975 and then in the House of Representatives in the Diet (national legislature) for five terms since 1983. He is retiring, to be replaced by Hodo Nakamura. After retirement, he run for Councillor for Nagasaki, and defeated incumbent Tadashi Inuzuka.
|Governor of Nagasaki
|House of Councillors|
|Councillor for Nagasaki
|House of Representatives of Japan|
|New district||Representative for Nagasaki 4th district
Title next held byDaisuke Miyajima
|Representative for Nagasaki 2nd district (multi-member)
Served alongside: Masahiko Yamada, Kazuo Torashima, ...
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