Nagasaki 1st district (1947–93)

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Nagasaki 1st district was a constituency of the House of Representatives in the Diet of Japan. Between 1947 and 1993 it elected five Representatives by single non-transferable vote. It was located in Nagasaki and, as of 1993, consisted of the cities of Nagasaki, Isahaya and Shimabara and the Nishisonogi, Kitatakaki, Minamitakaki, Kamiagata and Shimoagata counties.

Representatives for Nagasaki 1st district included home minister Ichirō Honda, construction minister Motoharu Baba, foreign minister Tadashi Kuranari, education minister Takeo Nishioka (president of the House of Councillors in the 2010s, LDP vice secretary-general Fumio Kyūma (defence minister in the 1990s and 2000s) and NFP co-founder Yoshiaki Takaki (education minister in the 2010s).

Summary of results during the 1955 party system[edit]

General election 1958 1960 1963 1967 1969 1972 1976 1979 1980 1983 1986 1990 1993
LDP & conservative independents 3 3 4 3 2 2 1 2 3 2 3 3 2
Opposition center-left 0 0 0 0 2 2 3 2 1 2 1 1 2
JSP 2 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
JCP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Seats up 5

Elected Representatives[edit]

election
year
highest vote
(top tōsen)
2nd 3rd 4th 5th
1947[1] Ichirō Honda (JLP) Hitoshi Imamura (JSP) Eisuke Honda (JLP) Torao Wakamatsu (JLP) Takeo Kubo (DP)
1948 by-el.[2] Hachirō Tsubouchi (DLP) Akisada Okanishi (DLP)
1949[3] Ichirō Honda (DLP) Hachirō Tsubouchi (DLP) Chōjirō Taguchi (DLP) Akisada Okanishi (DLP) Torao Wakamatsu (DLP)
1952[4] Tsuyoshi Kihara (JSP, left) Motoharu Baba (LP) Ichirō Honda (LP) Chiyoji Yukizawa (LP) Chōjirō Taguchi (LP)
1953[5] Ichirō Honda (Yoshida LP) Motoharu Baba (Yoshida LP) Chōjirō Taguchi (Yoshida LP) Tarō Nakajima[6] (Progressive)
1955[7] Hitoshi Imamura (JSP, right) Motoharu Baba (LP) Tarō Nakajima (JDP) Chōjirō Taguchi (LP)
1958[8] Motoharu Baba (LDP) Chōjirō Taguchi (LDP) Tadashi Kuranari (LDP) Tsuyoshi Kihara (JSP) Hitoshi Imamura (JSP)
1960[9] Tadashi Kuranari (LDP) Chōjirō Taguchi (LDP) Shigemitsu Nakamura (JSP) Tsuyoshi Kihara (JSP)
1963[10] Tadashi Kuranari (LDP) Chōjirō Taguchi (LDP) Motoharu Baba (LDP) Takeo Nishioka (Indep.)[11] Shigemitsu Nakamura (JSP)
1967[12] Takeo Nishioka (LDP) Motoharu Baba (LDP) Tadashi Kuranari (LDP) Shigemitsu Nakamura (JSP) Tsuyoshi Kihara (JSP)
1969[13] Tadashi Kuranari (LDP) Nobuhito Matsuo (Kōmeitō) Takeo Nishioka (LDP) Takeki Komiya (DSP) Shigemitsu Nakamura (JSP)
1972[14] Shigemitsu Nakamura (JSP) Tadashi Kuranari (LDP) Nobuhito Matsuo (Kōmeitō)
1976[15] Takeo Nishioka (NLC) Takeki Komiya (DSP) Tadashi Kuranari (LDP) Shigemitsu Nakamura (JSP) Yoshinori Taniguchi (Kōmeitō)
1979[16] Tadashi Kuranari (LDP) Shigemitsu Nakamura (JSP) Takeo Nishioka (Indep.) Yoshinori Taniguchi (Kōmeitō) Masayoshi Kobuchi (DSP)
1980[17] Masayoshi Kobuchi (DSP) Fumio Kyūma (LDP)
1983[18] Shigemitsu Nakamura (JSP) Kakuji Miyazaki (Kōmeitō) Masayoshi Kobuchi (DSP) Tadashi Kuranari (LDP)
1986[19] Takeo Nishioka (LDP) Tadashi Kuranari (LDP) Kenji Taguchi (JSP) Masayoshi Kobuchi (DSP)
1990[20] Kenji Taguchi (JSP) Takeo Nishioka (LDP) Yoshiaki Takaki (DSP) Fumio Kyūma (LDP) Tadashi Kuranari (LDP)
1993[21] Takeo Nishioka (LDP) Ken'ichirō Hatsumura (JNP) Fumio Kyūma (LDP) Kenji Taguchi (JSP) Yoshiaki Takaki (DSP)

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