Tokyo at-large district

The Tokyo at-large district is a constituency of the House of Councillors in the National Diet (national legislature of Japan). It consists of Tokyo and elects six Councillors for six-year terms every three years by single non-transferable vote. It is currently represented by eleven Councillors following a reapportionment that increases the number of Councillors from Tokyo to six per half.

Elected Councillors

election
year
class of 1947 class of 1950
#1
(1947: #1, 6-year term)
#2
(1947: #2, 6-year term)
#3
(1947: #3, 6-year term;
1962: #5, 3-year term)
#4
(1947: #4, 6-year term)
#5 #1
(1947: #5, 3-year term)
#2
(1947: #6, 3-year term)
#3
(1947: #7, 3-year term)
#4
(1947: #8, 3-year term)
#5 #6
1947[1] Tatsurō Sakurauchi (DP) Suejirō Yoshikawa (JSP) Kiyoshi Shima (JSP) Takeo Kurokawa (JLP) Kei Hoashi (Indep.)[2] Tamae Fukagawa (Indep.) Masao Nishikawa (JLP) Heiichi Tōyama (JLP)
1950[3] Ken Yasui (LP) Toshiharu Shigemori (JSP) Makoto Hori (Workers and Farmers Party) Tamae Fukagawa (DP)
1953[4] Takeo Kurokawa (Yoshida LP) Fusae Ichikawa (Indep.) Sōji Okada (JSP, left) Kei Ishii (Yoshida LP)
1956[5] Ken Yasui (LDP) Sanzō Nosaka (JCP) Kiyoshi Shima (JSP) Toshiharu Shigemori (JSP)
1959[6] Yasu Kashiwabara (Indep.)[7] Kinjirō Aikawa (LDP) Takeo Kurokawa (LDP)
1962
& by-election[8]
Sanzō Nosaka (JCP) Satoru Izumi (Indep.)[7] Kei Ishii (LDP) Sōji Okada (JSP)
1965[9] Sanzō Nosaka (JCP) Hiroshi Hōjō (Kōmeitō) Kihachirō Kimura (JSP) Fusae Ichikawa (Indep.)
1968[10] Ken’ichi Abe (Kōmeitō) Ken Yasui (LDP) Masatoshi Matsushita (DSP) Hideo Urabe (JSP)
1971[11] Bunbē Hara (LDP) Akira Kuroyanagi (Kōmeitō) Norio Kijima (DSP) Sanzō Nosaka (JCP)
1974[12] Ken Yasui (LDP) Tetsu Ueda (JSP) Ken’ichi Abe (Kōmeitō) Kōichirō Ueda (JCP)
1977[13] Kōji Kakizawa (NLC)
1980[14] Tadao Miki (Kōmeitō) Kōichirō Ueda (JCP) Tokuma Utsunomiya (Indep.)[15]
1983[16] Chinpei Nozue (Tax Party) Bunbē Hara (LDP) Akira Kuroyanagi (Kōmeitō) Isao Naitō (JCP)
1986[17] Tadao Miki (Kōmeitō) Kiyoko Ono (LDP) Tetsuo Tanabe (LDP) Kōichirō Ueda (JCP)
1989[18] Hideo Den (Indep.)[19] Chinpei Nozue (Tax Party) Akira Kuroyanagi (Kōmeitō)
1992[20] Toshiko Hamayotsu (Kōmeitō) Kōichirō Ueda (JCP) Kensaku Morita (Indep.)[21] Kiyoko Ono (LDP)
1995[22] Yūichirō Uozumi (NFP) Sanzō Hosaka (LDP) Yasuo Ogata (JCP) Hideo Den (Peace and Citizens Union)
1998[23] Toshio Ogawa (DPJ) Toshiko Hamayotsu (Kōmeitō) Miyo Inoue (JCP) Atsuo Nakamura (Indep.)[24]
2001[25] Sanzō Hosaka (LDP) Natsuo Yamaguchi (Kōmeitō) Kan Suzuki (DPJ) Yasuo Ogata (JCP)
2004[26] Masaharu Nakagawa (LDP) Toshio Ogawa (DPJ) Renhō (DPJ) Yūji Sawa (Kōmeitō)
2007[27][28] Masako Ōkawara (DPJ) Tamayo Marukawa (LDP) Ryūhei Kawada (Indep.)[29]
2010[30] Renhō (DPJ) Toshiko Takeya (Kōmeitō) Masaharu Nakagawa (LDP) Toshio Ogawa (DPJ) Kōta Matsuda (YP)
2013[31] Tamayo Marukawa (LDP) Yoshiko Kira (JCP) Tarō Yamamoto (Indep.) Keizō Takemi (LDP)
2016[32] Renhō (DP) Masaharu Nakagawa (LDP) Toshiko Takeya (Kōmeitō) Taku Yamazoe (JCP) Kentarō Asahi (LDP) Toshio Ogawa (DP)

Recent election results

Notes:

  • Decimals from anbunhyō ("fractional proportional votes" that stem from ambiguous votes, e.g. from ballots reading just "Suzuki") omitted in the 2016, 2013 and 2007 results
  • (2016 only) (*): ineligible as runner-up replacement (kuriage-tōsen), lost deposit

2016

2016[32]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
DP Renhō [Murata] 1,123,145 18.0 -10.1
LDP Masaharu Nakagawa 884,823 14.2 +2.5
K Toshiko Takeya 770,535 12.4 -0.8
JCP Taku Yamazoe 665,835 10.7 new
LDP Kentarō Asahi 644,799 10.4 new
DP Toshio Ogawa 508,131 8.2 -3.5
IO Yasuo Tanaka 469,314 7.5 new
Independent Katsuhito Yokokume 310,133 5.0 new
Independent Yōhei Miyake 257,036 4.1 new
Kokoro Mariko Suzuki (*) 102,402 1.6 new
SDP Rena Masuyama (*) 93,677 1.5 new
Voice of popular anger Kōki Kobayashi (*) 82,357 1.3 new
Independent Kaori Satō (*) 67,535 1.1 new
NRP Saya Takagi [Ikue Masudo] (*) 60,431 1.0 new
Restoration – New Wind Nobuyuki Suzuki (*) 42,858 0.7 (to 2013) -0.7
Independent Kazuyuki Hamada (*) 28,408 0.5 moved from Tottori
HRP TOKMA [Tokuma Suginomori] (*) 20,412 0.3 new
Independent Tatsuo Suzuki (*) 16,187 0.3 new
Independent Hidetoshi Yanagaisawa (*) 12,091 0.2 new
Support no party Hitoshi Satō (*) 7,853 0.1 new
Independent Yoshihisa Yokobori (*) 7,329 0.1 new
WECP Mitsuo Matayoshi (*) 6,114 0.1 (to 2013) 0
Independent Kōji Kawakami (*) 5,812 0.1 new
Peace Katsuko Inumaru (*) 5,388 0.1 new
Support no party Fumihiko Ōtsuki (*) 5,377 0.1 new
Independent Yukio Iwasaka (*) 5,184 0.1 new
Independent Kimiaki Harada (*) 5,017 0.1 new
Support no party Takashi Fukae (*) 4,497 0.1 new
World Peace Kenji Himeji (*) 3,854 0.1 new
Support no party Ryōji Samejima (*) 3,714 0.1 new
Challenged Nippon Hiroyuki Fujishiro (*) 3,296 0.1 new

2013

2013[31]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
LDP Tamayo Marukawa 1,064,660 18.9 +7.2
Kōmeitō Natsuo Yamaguchi 797,811 14.2 +0.7
JCP Yoshiko Kira 703,901 12.5 new
Independent Tarō Yamamoto 666,684 11.8 new
LDP Keizō Takemi 612,388 10.9 new
DPJ Kan Suzuki 552,714 9.8 -3.4
JRP Jun Ogura 413,637 7.3 new
YP Rowland Kirishima 320,287 5.7 new
Independent (DPJ nomination withdrawn) Masako Ōkawara 236,953 4.2 -14.2
Ishin Seitō Shinpū Nobuyuki Suzuki 77,465 1.4 +1.0
Green Wind Yasuko Maruko 70,571 1.3 new
Independent Yoshirō Nakamatsu 48,362 0.9 -0.7
HRP Ryōko Shaku 20,137 0.4 new
Independent Katsuko Inomaru 12,683 0.2 new
Smile Party Mac Akasaka 12,228 0.2 +0.1
Independent Kiyoshi Mori 6,432 0.1
Independent Minoru Matsumoto 6,123 0.1 new
Independent Takashi Nakamura 6,033 0.1 new
WECP Mitsuo Matayoshi 5,633 0.1 0
Independent Teikichi Nishino 3,103 0.1 new
Turnout 53.51[35]

2010

2010[30]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
DPJ Renhō (Murata) 1,710,734.000 28.1
Kōmeitō Toshiko Takeya 806,862.000 13.2
LDP Masaharu Nakagawa 711,171.000 11.7
DPJ Toshio Ogawa 696,672.873 11.4
YP Kōta Matsuda 656,029.000 10.8
JCP Akira Koike 552,187.000 9.1
LDP Yukiko Tōkai 299,343.000 4.9
Japan Innovation Party Hiroshi Yamada 200,692.000 3.3
SPJ Asako Ogura 120,023.000 2.0
SDP Hideo Morihara 95,685.000 1.6
NRP Kōtarō Umiji 79,828.000 1.6
PNP Seori Egi 53,948.000 0.9
Independent Yūmi Ishihara 45,405.000 0.7
Independent Hiroko Tanaka 16,340.000 0.3
HRP Hisshō Yanai 10,496.000 0.2
Independent Shōji Ogawa 8,677.072 0.1
Japan Smile Party Mac Akasaka 7,599.000 0.1
Independent Minoru Matsumoto 5,889.000 0.1
Independent Tetsuo Sawada 5,636.000 0.1
WECP Mitsuo Matayoshi 4,900.000 0.1
Shntō Honshitsu Hidemitsu Sano 3,662.000 0.1
Independent Kenji Himeji 2,280.000 0.0
Shintō Freeway Club Hidenori Wagō 1,893.000 0.0
Akitsu Shintō Akitsoshi Saka 1,816.000 0.0
Turnout 6,234,137.000 58.7

2007

2007[28]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
DPJ Masako Ōkawara 1,087,743 18.4
Kōmeitō Natsuo Yamaguchi 794,936 13.5
DPJ Kan Suzuki 780,662 13.2
LDP Tamayo Marukawa 691,367 11.7
Independent Ryūhei Kawada 683,629 11.6
LDP Sanzō Hosaka 651,484 11.0
JCP Tomoko Tamura 554,104 9.4
SDP Hitomi Sugiura 209,053 3.5
PNP Keiichirō Nakamura 151,715 2.6
Independent Doctor Nakamatsu 92,512 1.6
Kyōsei Shintō Kishō Kurokawa 70,275 1.2
Independent Yūko Tōjō 59,607 1.0
Ishin Seitō Shinpū Nobuyuki Suzuki 21,548 0.4
Halve parliament Kikuo Suda 18,448 0.3
Independent Toshiaki Kanda 11,222 0.2
Independent Tetsuo Arai 8,409 0.1
Independent Tetsuo Sawada 7,682 0.1
Smile Party Mac Akasaka 6,408 0.1
WECP Mitsuo Matayoshi 5,289 0.1
Shintō Freeway Club Hidenori Wagō 3,420 0.1
Turnout 57.87[35]

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