Representatives elected in the Japanese general election, 2012

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This is a list of Representatives elected to the House of Representatives at the 2012 general election, held on 16 December 2012, for the Forty-Sixth election period of the House of Representatives beginning with the 182nd session of the National Diet of Japan.

Composition[edit]

(as of August 23, 2017)[1]

"In-house group" Representatives
Liberal Democratic Party (Jiyūminshutō・Mushozoku no Kai) 288
  Democratic Party and Club of Independents (Minshintō・Mushozoku Club) 92
Komeito (Kōmeitō) 35
Japanese Communist Party (Nihon Kyōsantō) 21
Nippon Ishin (Japan Innovation Party) (Nippon Ishin no Kai) 15
Liberal Party (Jiyūtō) 2
Social Democratic Party (Shakaiminshutō・Shimin Rengō) 2
Independents (includes Speaker, Vice-Speaker) 17
Total
(3 vacancies: Aomori 4, Nīgata 5, Ehime 3, by-elections expected on October 22, 2017[2])
472


Changes since the opening session[edit]

  • 182nd Diet
    • December 2012
      • Bunmei Ibuki, LDP group→independent (elected President)
      • Hirotaka Akamatsu, DPJ group→independent (elected Vice President)
      • Seven TPJ group members form PLP
      • Tomoko Abe, TPJ group→independent (remains TPJ member)
      • Shizuka Kamei, TPJ group→independent (joins Green Wind)
      • Kunio Hatoyama, independent→LDP
  • 183rd Diet
    • May 2013
      • Shingo Nishimura, JRP→independent (expelled)
      • Tomohiro Ishikawa (party: New Party Daichi, group: independent) resigns
    • June 2013
      • Takako Suzuki (party: New Party Daichi, group: independent) joins as Hokkaidō proportional replacement for Tomohiro Ishikawa

List of Representatives elected in the general election[edit]

Note: Affiliation among Representatives elected may change at any given time.


Table of contents:

Hokkaidō · Tōhoku · Northern Kantō · Southern Kantō · Tōkyō · Hokuriku-Shin'etsu · Tōkai · Kinki · Chūgoku · Shikoku · Kyūshū

Constituency Elected Member Elected Party Notes

Hokkaidō[edit]

(12 single-member & 8 proportional representation seats)

Hokkaidō–1st Toshimitsu Funahashi Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Hokkaidō–2nd Takamori Yoshikawa Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Hokkaidō–3rd Hirohisa Takagi Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Hokkaidō–4th Hiroyuki Nakamura Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Hokkaidō–5th Nobutaka Machimura Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Hokkaidō–6th Hiroshi Imazu Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Hokkaidō–7th Yoshitaka Itō Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Hokkaidō–8th Kazuo Maeda Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Hokkaidō–9th Manabu Horii Liberal Democratic (LDP) Incumbent Rep. Yukio Hatoyama stood down
Hokkaidō–10th Hisashi Inatsu New Kōmeitō (NKP)
Hokkaidō–11th Yūko Nakagawa Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Hokkaidō–12th Arata Takebe Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Hokkaidō block Kōichi Watanabe Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Hokkaidō block Takahiro Yokomichi Democratic (DPJ)
Hokkaidō block Tomohiro Ishikawa New Party Daichi (NPD)
Hokkaidō block Seiichi Shimizu Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Hokkaidō block Miho Takahashi Restoration (JRP)
Hokkaidō block Hidemichi Satō New Kōmeitō (NKP)
Hokkaidō block Satoshi Arai Democratic (DPJ)
Hokkaidō block Shigeaki Katsunuma Liberal Democratic (LDP)

Tōhoku[edit]

(25 single-member & 14 proportional representation seats)

Aomori–1st Jun Tsushima Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Aomori–2nd Akinori Eto Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Aomori–3rd Tadamori Ōshima Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Aomori–4th Tarō Kimura Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Iwate–1st Takeshi Shina Democratic (DPJ) Seat held
Iwate–2nd Shun'ichi Suzuki Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Iwate–3rd Tōru Kikawada Democratic (DPJ)
Iwate–4th Ichirō Ozawa Tomorrow (TPJ) Seat held
Miyagi–1st Tōru Doi Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Miyagi–2nd Ken'ya Akiba Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Miyagi–3rd Akihiro Nishimura Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Miyagi–4th Shintarō Itō Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Miyagi–5th Jun Azumi Democratic (DPJ) Seat held
Miyagi–6th Itsunori Onodera Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Akita–1st Hiroyuki Togashi Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Akita–2nd Katsutoshi Kaneda Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Akita–3rd Nobuhide Minorikawa Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Yamagata–1st Toshiaki Endō Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Yamagata–2nd Norikazu Suzuki Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Yamagata–3rd Juichi Abe Independent
Fukushima–1st Yoshitami Kameoka Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Fukushima–2nd Takumi Nemoto Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Fukushima–3rd Kōichirō Genba Democratic (DPJ) Seat held
Fukushima–4th Ichirō Kanke Liberal Democratic (LDP) Incumbent Rep. Kōzō Watanabe stood down
Fukushima–5th Gōji Sakamoto Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Tōhoku block Hinako Takahashi Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Tōhoku block Izumi Yoshida Democratic (DPJ)
Tōhoku block Shinji Oguma Restoration (JRP)
Tōhoku block Takashi Fujiwara Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Tōhoku block Hidenori Hashimoto Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Tōhoku block Yōsuke Kondō Democratic (DPJ)
Tōhoku block Yoshihisa Inoue New Kōmeitō (NKP)
Tōhoku block Kōji Hata Tomorrow (TPJ)
Tōhoku block Toshihide Muraoka Restoration (JRP)
Tōhoku block Miyo Ōkubo Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Tōhoku block Hiroki Hayashi Your (YP)
Tōhoku block Kazuko Kōri Democratic (DPJ)
Tōhoku block Chizuko Takahashi Communist (JCP)
Tōhoku block Sachiko Kanno Liberal Democratic (LDP)

Northern Kantō[edit]

(32 single-member & 20 proportional representation seats)

Ibaraki–1st Yoshinori Tadokoro Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Ibaraki–2nd Fukushirō Nukaga Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Ibaraki–3rd Yasuhiro Hanashi Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Ibaraki–4th Hiroshi Kajiyama Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Ibaraki–5th Akihiro Ōhata Democratic (DPJ) Seat held
Ibaraki–6th Yūya Niwa Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Ibaraki–7th Kishirō Nakamura Independent Seat held
Tochigi–1st Hajime Funada Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Tochigi–2nd Kōya Nishikawa Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Tochigi–3rd Yoshimi Watanabe Your (YP) Seat held
Tochigi–4th Tsutomu Satō Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Tochigi–5th Toshimitsu Motegi Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Gunma–1st Gen'ichirō Sata Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Gunma–2nd Toshirō Ino Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Gunma–3rd Hiroyoshi Sasagawa Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Gunma–4th Tatsuo Fukuda Liberal Democratic (LDP) Incumbent Rep. Yasuo Fukuda stood down
Gunma–5th Yūko Obuchi Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Saitama–1st Hideki Murai Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Saitama–2nd Yoshitaka Shindō Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Saitama–3rd Hitoshi Kikawada Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Saitama–4th Mayuko Toyota Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Saitama–5th Yukio Edano Democratic (DPJ) Seat held
Saitama–6th Kazuyuki Nakane Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Saitama–7th Saichi Kamiyama Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Saitama–8th Masahiko Shibayama Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Saitama–9th Taku Ōtsuka Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Saitama–10th Taimei Yamaguchi Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Saitama–11th Ryūji Koizumi Independent Seat held
Saitama–12th Atsushi Nonaka Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Saitama–13th Shinako Tsuchiya Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Saitama–14th Hiromi Mitsubayashi Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Saitama–15th Ryōsei Tanaka Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Northern Kantō block Hideki Makihara Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Northern Kantō block Hiroshi Ueno Restoration (JRP)
Northern Kantō block Atsushi Ōshima Democratic (DPJ)
Northern Kantō block Akimasa Ishikawa Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Northern Kantō block Keiichi Ishii New Kōmeitō (NKP)
Northern Kantō block Kōichi Yamauchi Your (YP)
Northern Kantō block Keiko Nagaoka Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Northern Kantō block Takahsi Ishizeki Restoration (JRP)
Northern Kantō block Akio Fukuda Democratic (DPJ)
Northern Kantō block Kazuo Yana Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Northern Kantō block Mitsunari Okamoto New Kōmeitō (NKP)
Northern Kantō block Yūji Kashiwakura Your (YP)
Northern Kantō block Yoshihiro Suzuki Restoration (JRP)
Northern Kantō block Yasuko Komiyama Tomorrow (TPJ)
Northern Kantō block Tetsuya Shiokawa Communist (JCP)
Northern Kantō block Tomohiro Konno Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Northern Kantō block Kōichi Takemasa Democratic (DPJ)
Northern Kantō block Masayoshi Shintani Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Northern Kantō block Yūnosuke Sakamoto Restoration (JRP)
Northern Kantō block Keiichi Koshimizu New Kōmeitō (NKP)

Southern Kantō[edit]

(34 single-member & 22 proportional representation seats)

Chiba–1st Kaname Tajima Democratic (DPJ) Seat held
Chiba–2nd Takayuki Kobayashi Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Chiba–3rd Hirokazu Matsuno Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Chiba–4th Yoshihiko Noda Democratic (DPJ) Seat held
Chiba–5th Kentarō Sonoura Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Chiba–6th Hiromichi Watanabe Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Chiba–7th Ken Saitō Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Chiba–8th Yoshitaka Sakurada Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Chiba–9th Masatoshi Akimoto Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Chiba–10th Motoo Hayashi Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Chiba–11th Eisuke Mori Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Chiba–12th Yasukazu Hamada Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Chiba–13th Takaki Shirasuka Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Kanagawa–1st Jun Matsumoto Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Kanagawa–2nd Yoshihide Suga Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Kanagawa–3rd Hachirō Okonogi Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Kanagawa–4th Keiichirō Asao Your (YP) Incumbent Rep. Kazuyoshi Nagashima stood down
Kanagawa–5th Manabu Sakai Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Kanagawa–6th Isamu Ueda New Kōmeitō (NKP)
Kanagawa–7th Keisuke Suzuki Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Kanagawa–8th Kenji Eda Your (YP) Seat held
Kanagawa–9th Hirofumi Ryū Democratic (DPJ) Seat held
Kanagawa–10th Kazunori Tanaka Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Kanagawa–11th Shinjirō Koizumi Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Kanagawa–12th Tsuyoshi Hoshino Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Kanagawa–13th Akira Amari Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Kanagawa–14th Jirō Akama Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Kanagawa–15th Tarō Kōno Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Kanagawa–16th Hiroyuki Yoshiie Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Kanagawa–17th Karen Makishima Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Kanagawa–18th Daishirō Yamagiwa Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Yamanashi–1st Noriko Miyagawa Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Yamanashi–2nd Kōtarō Nagasaki Independent
Yamanashi–3rd Hitoshi Gotō Democratic (DPJ) Seat held
Southern Kantō block Shin'ichi Nakatani Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Southern Kantō block Sakihito Ozawa Restoration (JRP)
Southern Kantō block Yūichi Gotō Democratic (DPJ)
Southern Kantō block Hiroaki Kadoyama Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Southern Kantō block Yōichirō Aoyagi Your (YP)
Southern Kantō block Shigeyuki Tomita New Kōmeitō (NKP)
Southern Kantō block Manabu Matsuda Restoration (JRP)
Southern Kantō block Noriko Horiuchi Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Southern Kantō block Sōichirō Okuno Democratic (DPJ)
Southern Kantō block Norihisa Nakayama Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Southern Kantō block Takashi Tanuma Restoration (JRP)
Southern Kantō block Tomoko Abe Tomorrow (TPJ)
Southern Kantō block Katsuhito Nakajima Your (YP)
Southern Kantō block Kazuo Shii Communist (JCP)
Southern Kantō block Yasuhiko Wakai Democratic (DPJ)
Southern Kantō block Noriko Furuya New Kōmeitō (NKP)
Southern Kantō block Tomohiro Yamamoto Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Southern Kantō block Yuzuru Nishida Restoration (JRP)
Southern Kantō block Mineyuki Fukuda Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Southern Kantō block Yukio Ubukata Democratic (DPJ)
Southern Kantō block Tsuyoshi Shiina Your (YP)
Southern Kantō block Tamotsu Shiiki Restoration (JRP)

Tōkyō[edit]

(27 single-member & 17 proportional representation seats)

Tōkyō–1st Miki Yamada Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Tōkyō–2nd Kiyoto Tsuji Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Tōkyō–3rd Hirotaka Ishihara Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Tōkyō–4th Masaaki Taira Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Tōkyō–5th Kenji Wakamiya Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Tōkyō–6th Takao Ochi Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Tōkyō–7th Akira Nagatsuma Democratic (DPJ) Seat held
Tōkyō–8th Nobuteru Ishihara Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Tōkyō–9th Isshū Sugawara Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Tōkyō–10th Yuriko Koike Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Tōkyō–11th Hakubun Shimomura Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Tōkyō–12th Akihiro Ōta New Kōmeitō (NKP)
Tōkyō–13th Ichirō Kamoshita Liberal Democratic (LDP) Incumbent Rep. Tairō Hirayama stood down
Tōkyō–14th Midori Matsushima Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Tōkyō–15th Mito Kakizawa Your (YP)
Tōkyō–16th Hideo Ōnishi Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Tōkyō–17th Katsuei Hirasawa Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Tōkyō–18th Masatada Tsuchiya Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Tōkyō–19th Yōhei Matsumoto Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Tōkyō–20th Seiji Kihara Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Tōkyō–21st Akihisa Nagashima Democratic (DPJ) Seat held
Tōkyō–22nd Tatsuya Itō Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Tōkyō–23rd Masanobu Ogura Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Tōkyō–24th Kōichi Hagiuda Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Tōkyō–25th Shinji Inoue Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Tōkyō block Kiyoshi Odawara Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Tōkyō block Shintarō Ishihara Restoration (JRP)
Tōkyō block Banri Kaieda Democratic (DPJ)
Tōkyō block Tsukasa Akimoto Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Tōkyō block Toshiaki Ōkuma Your (YP)
Tōkyō block Yōsuke Takagi New Kōmeitō (NKP)
Tōkyō block Hirofumi Imamura Restoration (JRP)
Tōkyō block Fumiaki Matsumoto Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Tōkyō block Jin Matsubara Democratic (DPJ)
Tōkyō block Akira Kasai Communist (JCP)
Tōkyō block Ai Aoki Tomorrow (TPJ)
Tōkyō block Hiroshi Yamada Restoration (JRP)
Tōkyō block Tsuneo Akaeda Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Tōkyō block Hidehiro Mitani Your (YP)
Tōkyō block Naoto Kan Democratic (DPJ)
Tōkyō block Michiyo Takagi New Kōmeitō (NKP)
Tōkyō block Tsuyoshi Tabata Liberal Democratic (LDP)

Hokuriku-Shin'etsu[edit]

(20 single-member & 11 proportional representation seats)

Niigata–1st Tōru Ishizaki Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Niigata–2nd Ken'ichi Hosoda Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Niigata–3rd Hiroaki Saitō Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Niigata–4th Megumi Kaneko Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Niigata–5th Tadayoshi Nagashima Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Niigata–6th Shūichi Takatori Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Toyama–1st Hiroaki Tabata Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Toyama–2nd Mitsuhiro Miyakoshi Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Toyama–3rd Keiichirō Tachibana Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Ishikawa–1st Hiroshi Hase Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Ishikawa–2nd Hajime Sasaki Liberal Democratic (LDP) Incumbent Rep. Yoshirō Mori stood down
Ishikawa–3rd Shigeo Kitamura Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Fukui–1st Tomomi Inada Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Fukui–2nd Taku Yamamoto Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Fukui–3rd Tsuyoshi Takagi Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Nagano–1st Takashi Shinohara Democratic (DPJ) Seat held
Nagano–2nd Shunsuke Mutai Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Nagano–3rd Yoshiyuki Terashima Democratic (DPJ) Incumbent Rep. Tsutomu Hata stood down
Nagano–4th Shigeyuki Gotō Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Nagano–5th Ichirō Miyashita Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Hokuriku-Shin'etsu block Hitoshi Kiuchi Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Hokuriku-Shin'etsu block Hiroshi Nakada Restoration (JRP)
Hokuriku-Shin'etsu block Eiichirō Washio Democratic (DPJ)
Hokuriku-Shin'etsu block Yutaka Komatsu Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Hokuriku-Shin'etsu block Fumio Nagayama Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Hokuriku-Shin'etsu block Takahito Miyazawa Restoration (JRP)
Hokuriku-Shin'etsu block Makiko Kikuta Democratic (DPJ)
Hokuriku-Shin'etsu block Yoshio Urushibara New Kōmeitō (NKP)
Hokuriku-Shin'etsu block Shigeyoshi Sukeda Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Hokuriku-Shin'etsu block Yōsei Ide Your (YP)
Hokuriku-Shin'etsu block Tomoyuki Momose Restoration (JRP)

Tōkai[edit]

(33 single-member & 21 proportional representation seats)

Gifu–1st Seiko Noda Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Gifu–2nd Yasufumi Tanahashi Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Gifu–3rd Yōji Mutō Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Gifu–4th Kazuyoshi Kaneko Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Gifu–5th Keiji Furuya Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Shizuoka–1st Yōko Kamikawa Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Shizuoka–2nd Tatsunori Ibayashi Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Shizuoka–3rd Hiroyuki Miyazawa Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Shizuoka–4th Yoshio Mochizuki Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Shizuoka–5th Gōshi Hosono Democratic (DPJ) Seat held
Shizuoka–6th Shū Watanabe Democratic (DPJ) Seat held
Shizuoka–7th Minoru Kiuchi Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Shizuoka–8th Ryū Shionoya Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Aichi–1st Hiromichi Kumada Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Aichi–2nd Motohisa Furukawa Democratic (DPJ) Seat held
Aichi–3rd Yoshitaka Ikeda Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Aichi–4th Shōzō Kudō Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Aichi–5th Kenji Kanda Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Aichi–6th Hideki Niwa Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Aichi–7th Junji Suzuki Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Aichi–8th Tadahiko Itō Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Aichi–9th Yasumasa Nagasaka Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Aichi–10th Tetsuma Esaki Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Aichi–11th Shin'ichirō Furumoto Democratic (DPJ) Seat held
Aichi–12th Shūhei Aoyama Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Aichi–13th Sei Ōmi Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Aichi–14th Sōichirō Imaeda Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Aichi–15th Yukinori Nemoto Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Mie–1st Jirō Kawasaki Liberal Democratic (LDP) Incumbent Rep. Hiroshi Nakai stood down
Mie–2nd Masaharu Nakagawa Democratic (DPJ) Seat held
Mie–3rd Katsuya Okada Democratic (DPJ) Seat held
Mie–4th Norihisa Tamura Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Mie–5th Norio Mitsuya Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Tōkai block Takaaki Katsumata Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Tōkai block Takao Fujii Restoration (JRP)
Tōkai block Kensuke Ōnishi Democratic (DPJ)
Tōkai block Tetsuya Yagi Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Tōkai block Yoshinori Ōguchi New Kōmeitō (NKP)
Tōkai block Masato Imai Restoration (JRP)
Tōkai block Hirotaka Akamatsu Democratic (DPJ)
Tōkai block Tetsuya Tōgō Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Tōkai block Kazumi Sugimoto Your (YP)
Tōkai block Katsumasa Suzuki Tomorrow (TPJ)
Tōkai block Yoshikazu Shimada Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Tōkai block Kazuhiko Shigetoku Restoration (JRP)
Tōkai block Shōichi Kondō Democratic (DPJ)
Tōkai block Takeru Yoshikawa Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Tōkai block Wataru Itō New Kōmeitō (NKP)
Tōkai block Kenshō Sasaki Communist (JCP)
Tōkai block Nozomu Suzuki Restoration (JRP)
Tōkai block Yasuhiro Nakane Democratic (DPJ)
Tōkai block Hiroshi Sakurai Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Tōkai block Masanari Koike Your (YP)
Tōkai block Takashi Kawata Liberal Democratic (LDP)

Kinki[edit]

(48 single-member & 29 proportional representation seats)

Shiga–1st Toshitaka Ōoka Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Shiga–2nd Ken'ichirō Ueno Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Shiga–3rd Nobuhide Takemura Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Shiga–4th Takaya Mutō Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Kyōto–1st Bunmei Ibuki Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Kyōto–2nd Seiji Maehara Democratic (DPJ) Seat held
Kyōto–3rd Kensuke Miyazaki Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Kyōto–4th Hideyuki Tanaka Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Kyōto–5th Sadakazu Tanigaki Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Kyōto–6th Kazunori Yamanoi Democratic (DPJ) Seat held
Ōsaka–1st Hidetaka Inoue Restoration (JRP)
Ōsaka–2nd Akira Satō Tomorrow (TPJ)
Ōsaka–3rd Shigeki Satō New Kōmeitō (NKP) Incumbent Rep. Masazumi Nakajima stood down
Ōsaka–4th Masatoshi Murakami Restoration (JRP)
Ōsaka–5th Tōru Kunishige New Kōmeitō (NKP) Incumbent Rep. Tetsuo Inami stood down
Ōsaka–6th Shin'ichi Isa New Kōmeitō (NKP)
Ōsaka–7th Naomi Tokashiki Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Ōsaka–8th Tomohiko Kinoshita Restoration (JRP) Incumbent Rep. Kansei Nakano stood down
Ōsaka–9th Yasushi Odachi Restoration (JRP)
Ōsaka–10th Kenta Matsunami Restoration (JRP)
Ōsaka–11th Nobuhisa Itō Restoration (JRP)
Ōsaka–12th Tomokatsu Kitagawa Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Ōsaka–13th Kōichi Nishino Restoration (JRP) Incumbent Rep. Akira Nishino stood down
Ōsaka–14th Takashi Tanihata Restoration (JRP)
Ōsaka–15th Yasuto Urano Restoration (JRP)
Ōsaka–16th Kazuo Kitagawa New Kōmeitō (NKP)
Ōsaka–17th Nobuyuki Baba Restoration (JRP)
Ōsaka–18th Takashi Endō Restoration (JRP)
Ōsaka–19th Hodaka Maruyama Restoration (JRP)
Hyōgo–1st Masatoshi Moriyama Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Hyōgo–2nd Kazuyoshi Akaba New Kōmeitō (NKP)
Hyōgo–3rd Yoshihiro Seki Liberal Democratic (LDP) Incumbent Rep. Ryūichi Doi stood down
Hyōgo–4th Hisayuki Fujii Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Hyōgo–5th Kōichi Tani Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Hyōgo–6th Masaki Ōgushi Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Hyōgo–7th Kenji Yamada Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Hyōgo–8th Hiromasa Nakano New Kōmeitō (NKP)
Hyōgo–9th Yasutoshi Nishimura Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Hyōgo–10th Kisaburō Tokai Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Hyōgo–11th Takeaki Matsumoto Democratic (DPJ) Seat held
Hyōgo–12th Tsuyoshi Yamaguchi Democratic (DPJ) Seat held
Nara–1st Sumio Mabuchi Democratic (DPJ) Seat held
Nara–2nd Sanae Takaichi Liberal Democratic (LDP) Incumbent Rep. Makoto Taki stood down
Nara–3rd Shinsuke Okuno Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Nara–4th Ryōtarō Tanose Liberal Democratic (LDP) Incumbent Rep. Ryōtarō Tanose stood down
Wakayama–1st Shūhei Kishimoto Democratic (DPJ) Seat held
Wakayama–2nd Masatoshi Ishida Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Wakayama–3rd Toshihiro Nikai Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Kinki block Hideo Higashikokubaru Restoration (JRP)
Kinki block Hirofumi Kado Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Kinki block Shingo Nishimura Restoration (JRP)
Kinki block Yuzuru Takeuchi New Kōmeitō (NKP)
Kinki block Kenta Izumi Democratic (DPJ)
Kinki block Naokazu Takemoto Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Kinki block Naoto Sakaguchi Restoration (JRP)
Kinki block Yasuhide Nakayama Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Kinki block Kee Miki Restoration (JRP)
Kinki block Keiji Kokuta Communist (JCP)
Kinki block Nobuhiko Isaka Your (YP)
Kinki block Tomoko Ukishima New Kōmeitō (NKP)
Kinki block Hiroshi Miyake Restoration (JRP)
Kinki block Taizō Mikazuki Democratic (DPJ)
Kinki block Takshi Ōtsuka Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Kinki block Sayuri Uenishi Restoration (JRP)
Kinki block Fumiyoshi Murakami Tomorrow (TPJ)
Kinki block Hiroshi Andō Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Kinki block Yuka Nishime Restoration (JRP)
Kinki block Naoya Higuchi New Kōmeitō (NKP)
Kinki block Kiyomi Tsujimoto Democratic (DPJ)
Kinki block Shigeki Kobayashi Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Kinki block Hiroki Iwanaga Restoration (JRP)
Kinki block Takeshi Miyamoto Communist (JCP)
Kinki block Hideto Shinbara Restoration (JRP)
Kinki block Kenji Harada Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Kinki block Mitsunari Hatanaka Your (YP)
Kinki block Susumu Hamamura New Kōmeitō (NKP)
Kinki block Mio Sugita Restoration (JRP)

Chūgoku[edit]

(20 single-member & 11 proportional representation seats)

Tottori–1st Shigeru Ishiba Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Tottori–2nd Ryōsei Akazawa Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Shimane–1st Hiroyuki Hosoda Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Shimane–2nd Wataru Takeshita Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Okayama–1st Ichirō Aisawa Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Okayama–2nd Takashi Yamashita Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Okayama–3rd Takeo Hiranuma Restoration (JRP) Seat held
Okayama–4th Gaku Hashimoto Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Okayama–5th Katsunobu Katō Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Hiroshima–1st Fumio Kishida Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Hiroshima–2nd Hiroshi Hiraguchi Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Hiroshima–3rd Katsuyuki Kawai Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Hiroshima–4th Toshinao Nakagawa Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Hiroshima–5th Minoru Terada Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Hiroshima–6th Shizuka Kamei Tomorrow (TPJ) Seat held
Hiroshima–7th Fumiaki Kobayashi Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Yamaguchi–1st Masahiko Kōmura Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Yamaguchi–2nd Nobuo Kishi Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Yamaguchi–3rd Takeo Kawamura Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Yamaguchi–4th Shinzō Abe Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Chūgoku block Toshifumi Kojima Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Chūgoku block Hiromu Nakamaru Restoration (JRP)
Chūgoku block Toshiko Abe Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Chūgoku block Michiyoshi Yunoki Democratic (DPJ)
Chūgoku block Tetsuo Saitō New Kōmeitō (NKP)
Chūgoku block Masayoshi Yoshino Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Chūgoku block Daisuke Sakamoto Restoration (JRP)
Chūgoku block Mitsuhiro Uesugi Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Chūgoku block Keisuke Tsumura Democratic (DPJ)
Chūgoku block Keigo Masuya New Kōmeitō (NKP)
Chūgoku block Michitaka Ikeda Liberal Democratic (LDP)

Shikoku[edit]

(13 single-member & 6 proportional representation seats)

Tokushima–1st Mamoru Funayama Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Tokushima–2nd Shun'ichi Yamaguchi Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Tokushima–3rd Masazumi Gotōda Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Kagawa–1st Takuya Hirai Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Kagawa–2nd Yūichirō Tamaki Democratic (DPJ) Seat held
Kagawa–3rd Keitarō Ōno Liberal Democratic (LDP) Incumbent Rep. Yoshinori Ōno stood down
Ehime–1st Yasuhisa Shiozaki Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Ehime–2nd Seiichirō Murakami Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Ehime–3rd Tōru Shiraishi Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Ehime–4th Kōichi Yamamoto Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Kōchi–1st Teru Fukui Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Kōchi–2nd Gen Nakatani Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Kōchi–3rd Yūji Yamamoto Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Shikoku block Takakazu Seto Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Shikoku block Fumiki Sakurauchi Restoration (JRP)
Shikoku block Jun'ya Ogawa Democratic (DPJ)
Shikoku block Yasuji Izuhara Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Shikoku block Noritoshi Ishida New Kōmeitō (NKP)
Shikoku block Arata Nishioka Restoration (JRP)

Kyūshū[edit]

(38 single-member & 21 proportional representation seats)

Fukuoka–1st Takahiro Inoue Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Fukuoka–2nd Makoto Oniki Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Fukuoka–3rd Atsushi Koga Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Fukuoka–4th Hideki Miyauchi Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Fukuoka–5th Yoshiaki Harada Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Fukuoka–6th Kunio Hatoyama Independent Seat held
Fukuoka–7th Satoshi Fujimaru Liberal Democratic (LDP) Incumbent Rep. Makoto Koga stood down
Fukuoka–8th Tarō Asō Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Fukuoka–9th Asahiko Mihara Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Fukuoka–10th Kōzō Yamamoto Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Fukuoka–11th Ryōta Takeda Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Saga–1st Kazuchika Iwata Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Saga–2nd Masahiro Imamura Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Saga–3rd Kōsuke Hori Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Nagasaki–1st Tsutomu Tomioka Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Nagasaki–2nd Kanji Katō Liberal Democratic (LDP) Incumbent Rep. Eriko Fukuda stood down
Nagasaki–3rd Yaichi Tanigawa Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Nagasaki–4th Seigo Kitamura Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Kumamoto–1st Minoru Kihara Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Kumamoto–2nd Takeshi Noda Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Kumamoto–3rd Tetsushi Sakamoto Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Kumamoto–4th Hiroyuki Sonoda Restoration (JRP) Seat held
Kumamoto–5th Yasushi Kaneko Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Ōita–1st Yōichi Anami Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Ōita–2nd Seishirō Etō Liberal Democratic (LDP) Incumbent Rep. Yasumasa Shigeno stood down
Ōita–3rd Takeshi Iwaya Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Miyazaki–1st Shunsuke Takei Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Miyazaki–2nd Taku Etō Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Miyazaki–3rd Yoshihisa Furukawa Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Kagoshima–1st Okiharu Yasuoka Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Kagoshima–2nd Takeshi Tokuda Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Kagoshima–3rd Takeshi Noma People's New (PNP)
Kagoshima–4th Yasuhiro Ozato Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Kagoshima–5th Hiroshi Moriyama Liberal Democratic (LDP) Seat held
Okinawa–1st Kōnosuke Kokuba Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Okinawa–2nd Kantoku Teruya Social Democratic (SDP) Seat held
Okinawa–3rd Natsumi Higa Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Okinawa–4th Kōsaburō Nishime Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Kyūshū block Kazuaki Miyaji Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Kyūshū block Yorihisa Matsuno Restoration (JRP)
Kyūshū block Yasuyuki Eda New Kōmeitō (NKP)
Kyūshū block Masahisa Miyazaki Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Kyūshū block Hiroshi Ōgushi Democratic (DPJ)
Kyūshū block Kyōko Nishikawa Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Kyūshū block Masami Kawano Restoration (JRP)
Kyūshū block Kiyohiko Tōyama New Kōmeitō (NKP)
Kyūshū block Takeshi Hayashida Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Kyūshū block Kazuhiro Haraguchi Democratic (DPJ)
Kyūshū block Masao Satō Your (YP)
Kyūshū block Nariaki Nakayama Restoration (JRP)
Kyūshū block Yūji Shinkai Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Kyūshū block Masakazu Hamachi New Kōmeitō (NKP)
Kyūshū block Seiken Akamine Communist (JCP)
Kyūshū block Mitsunori Sueyoshi Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Kyūshū block Yoshiaki Takaki Democratic (DPJ)
Kyūshū block Tsuyoshi Yamanouchi Restoration (JRP)
Kyūshū block Hajime Yoshikawa Social Democratic (SDP)
Kyūshū block Kazuyuki Yukawa Liberal Democratic (LDP)
Kyūshū block Denny Tamaki Tomorrow (TPJ)

List of Representatives elected in the 2012 general election as proportional replacements[edit]

Representative elected in the 2014 special election[edit]

  • Masuo Kaneko (LDP, April 2014 special election in Kagoshima's 2nd district)

References[edit]

  1. ^ House of Representatives: Strength of the In-House Groups in the House of Representatives (Japanese version that additionally contains a list of Representatives sorted by group: 会派名及び会派別所属議員数)
  2. ^ Asahi Shimbun Digital, April 7, 2017: 衆院愛媛3区補選へ 麻生氏「後継指名」に波紋

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