Early life and education
Kouda worked for 18 years at private sector, including an advertising agency and liquor company. In 2003, she joined the Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ). She was elected to the House of Councillors from the Saitama Prefecture for the first time 0n 29 July 2007. She and other three lawmakers from the DPJ resigned from the party in protest of the then prime minister Yoshihiko Noda's decision to restart the nuclear plant in Oi, Fukui Prefecture in July 2012.
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