Koizumi family

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A portrait of the men of the Koizumi family in the 1940s or early 1950s. Junichirō is at left and Matajirō is in center; Jun'ya is holding his son Masaya at right.

The Koizumi family has been prominent in Japanese politics since the early 1900s. Notable members of this family include:

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