Third Sato Cabinet

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January 18, 2022

In the 3rd Sato Cabinet, Eisaku Sato was appointed as the 63rd Prime Minister, and from January 14, 1970 (Showa 45) to July 5, 1971 (Showa 46). It is the Japanese cabinet that lasted until the day.

Overview

As a topic of this 3rd Sato Cabinet era, The Japan World Exposition was held in Suita City, Osaka Prefecture for 183 days from March 14, 1970 (Showa 45) to September 13, 1970 (Showa 45). Japan Airlines domestic flight 351 (Boeing 727-89, nicknamed "Yodo-go") hijacking incident (so-called Yodo-go hijacking incident) by Red Army activists. The mutual cooperation and security treaty between Japan and the United States of America (Japan-US Security Treaty) expired on June 23, 1970 (Showa 45), but it was automatically extended under the provisions of the treaty. Was it. Can be mentioned.

Ministers

Prime Minister-Eisaku Sato Minister of Justice --Takeshi Kobayashi: -February 8, 1971 / Daisuke Akita (concurrently serving as Minister of Home Affairs): February 9, 1971 (Showa 46) --February 16, 1971 / Koshiro Ueki: February 17, 1971 (Showa 46)- Foreign Minister-Kiichi Aichi Minister of Finance-Takeo Fukuda Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology-Michita Sakata Minister of Health and Welfare-Tsuneo Uchida Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Forestry-Tadao Kuraishi Minister of International Trade and Industry-Kiichi Miyazawa Minister of Transport-Tomisaburo Hashimoto Minister of Posts and Telecommunications-Ichitaro Ide Minister of Labor-Masakatsu Nohara Minister of Construction, Kinki Area Development Secretary, Chubu Area Development and Maintenance Secretary, Metropolitan Area Development Committee Chairman-Ryutaro Nemoto Minister of Home Affairs-Daisuke Akita Chief Cabinet Secretary-Shigeru Hori Prime Minister's Office Secretary of State-Sadanori Yamanaka Chairman of the National Public Safety Commission, Secretary of the Administrative Administration Agency-Masuo Araki Director-General of Hokkaido Regional Development Bureau, Director-General of Science and Technology Agency-Shinichi Nishida Defense Agency Secretary-Yasuhiro Nakasone Economic Planning Agency Secretary-Ichiro Sato Director-General of the Environment Agency-Sadanori Yamanaka (concurrently serving as Secretary-General of the Prime Minister's Office): Established on July 1, 1971 (Showa 46) Director-General of the Cabinet Legislation Bureau-Masami Takatsuji Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary (General Affairs) --Toshio Kimura Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary (Clerical) --Minoru Ishioka Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary of the Prime Minister's Office (General Affairs) --Tetsuro Minato: January 20, 1970 (Showa 45)- Deputy Secretary of State for the Prime Minister's Office (Office) --Norio Iwakura: January 16, 1970 (Showa 45) --January 8, 1971 (Showa 46) / Renpei Kuriyama: January 8, 1971 (Showa 46)-

Deputy Secretary of State

Appointed on January 20, 1970 (Showa 45). Deputy Legal Affairs Secretary-Taro Otake Deputy Foreign Affairs Secretary-Reiichi Takeuchi Deputy Secretary of State for Finance-Ichiro Nakagawa and Masaaki Fujita Deputy Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology-Takeo Nishioka Deputy Secretary of Health and Welfare-Ryutaro Hashimoto Deputy Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Forestry-Michio Watanabe, Masao Miyazaki Deputy Secretary of State for Trade and Industry-Shigeshiro Komiyama, Yoshiro Uchida Deputy Secretary of State for Transport-Shinjiro Yamamura Deputy Secretary of State for Postal Affairs-Keizo Obuchi Deputy Secretary of State for Labor-Akira Ohno Deputy Secretary of State for Construction-Ryohei Tamura Deputy Secretary of State for Autonomy-Hachiji Oishi Deputy Secretary of State for Administrative Management --Toshikatsu Kuroki Deputy Secretary of State for Development, Hokkaido-Gisaku Sugeno Deputy Minister of Defense-Yoshihiko Tsuchiya Deputy Secretary of State for Economic Planning-Shizue Yamaguchi Deputy Secretary of State for Science and Technology-Takao Fujimoto

References

Ikuhiko Hata ed., "Comprehensive Encyclopedia of Japanese Government Officials: 1868 --2000", University of Tokyo Press, 2001.

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External link

Prime Minister's Office-Third Sato Cabinet

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