Tadashi Kuranari

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Tadashi Kuranari
Minister for Foreign Affairs
In office
22 July 1986 – 6 November 1987
Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone
Preceded by Shintaro Abe
Succeeded by Sōsuke Uno
Director-General of the Economic Planning Agency
In office
24 December 1976 – 28 November 1977
Prime Minister Takeo Fukuda
Preceded by Uichi Noda
Succeeded by Kiichi Miyazawa
In office
11 November 1974 – 9 December 1974
Prime Minister Kakuei Tanaka
Preceded by Tsuneo Uchida
Succeeded by Takeo Fukuda
Personal details
Born (1918-08-31)31 August 1918
Nagasaki, Japan
Died 3 July 1996(1996-07-03) (aged 77)
Political party Liberal Democratic Party
Alma mater Tokyo Imperial University

Tadashi Kuranari (倉成 正, Kuranari Tadashi, August 31, 1918 – July 3, 1996) was a Japanese politician, member of the Liberal Democratic Party. He was Minister of Foreign Affairs from 1986 to 1987. He was a close confidante of Nakasone, who appointed him Foreign Minister after his 1986 re-election. Kuranari had concentrated on agricultural issues and was director of the Economic Planning Agency, a Cabinet post, in the 1970s.[1] In 1987 he visited Sri Lanka, Fiji and other countries.

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  1. ^ "RE-ELECTED NAKASONE RESHUFFLES". Chicago Tribune. July 23, 1986. p. 5.
  2. ^ "Semakan Penerima Darjah Kebesaran, Bintang dan Pingat".
House of Representatives of Japan
Preceded by
Tsuyoshi Kihara
Hitoshi Imamura
Motoharu Baba
Tarō Nakajima
Chōjirō Taguchi
Representative for Nagasaki 1st district (multi-member)
1958–1986
Served alongside: Motoharu Baba, Chōjirō Taguchi, Tsuyoshi Kihara, Hitoshi Imamura, Shigemitsu Nakamura, Takeo Nishioka, Nobuhito Matsuo, Takeki Komiya, Yoshinori Taniguchi, Masayoshi Kobuchi, Kakuji Miyazaki, Fumio Kyūma
Succeeded by
Takeo Nishioka
Tadashi Kuranari
Kenji Taguchi
Masayoshi Kobuchi
Fumio Kyūma
Preceded by
Jujiro Morita
Chair, Committee on Social and Labour Affairs of the House of Representatives
1970–1971
Succeeded by
Kinji Moriyama
Preceded by
Chuji Kuno
Chair, Committee on Budget of the House of Representatives
1983–1984
Succeeded by
Kosei Amano
Party political offices
Preceded by
Ippei Kaneko
Chair, Research Commission on the Tax System of the Liberal Democratic Party
1978–1979
Succeeded by
Sadanori Yamanaka
Political offices
Preceded by
Tsuneo Uchida
Director-General of the Economic Planning Agency
1974
Succeeded by
Takeo Fukuda
Preceded by
Uichi Noda
Director-General of the Economic Planning Agency
1976–1977
Succeeded by
Kiichi Miyazawa
Preceded by
Shintarō Abe
Minister for Foreign Affairs
1986–1987
Succeeded by
Sōsuke Uno