Political parties in Japan
This article lists political parties in Japan.
Political parties in Japan - Wikipedia
Liberal Democratic Party (Japan)
The Liberal Democratic Party of Japan (自由民主党, Jiyū-Minshutō), frequently abbreviated to LDP or Jimintō (自民党), is a major conservative political party in Japan. It is one of the most consis...
National Democratic Party (Japan, 1929)
The National Democratic Party was a political party in Japan, led by Miyazaki Ryusuke. Miyazaki broke away from the Social Democratic Party in 1929, after having drifted towards conservative positions...
Proletarian Masses Party
The Proletarian Masses Party (無産大衆党, Musan Taishūtō) was a short-lived political party in Japan. It was founded on July 22, 1928 by the Rōnō faction (that had belonged to the Labour-Farmer Par...
Kokumin Dōmei
Kokumin Dōmei (国民同盟, National Alliance) was a Japanese fascist political party in Japan active in the 1930s.In 1931, Home Minister Adachi Kenzō spoke out strongly in support of the Imperial Ja...
Kokumin Dōmei - Wikipedia
Democratic Youth League of Japan
Democratic Youth League of Japan (日本民主青年同盟, Nihon Minshu Seinen Domei; abbreviated to 民青 Minsei) is a political youth movement in Japan.DYLJ is the youth wing of the Japanese Communist Party and a mem...
Democratic Youth League of Japan - Wikipedia
Greens Japan
The Greens Japan (緑の党, Midori no Tō, literally "green party") is an established national Green party in Japan.It has 592 members as of 25 August 2007, when it was called Japan Greens (みどりの...
Japan Nation Party
The Japan Nation Party (国民党, kokumin-tō) is a minor nationalist party in Japan that was founded in 1988. As of 2008, it is not represented in either chamber of the Diet of Japan.
The Japan...
Japan Revolutionary Communist League, National Committee (Middle Core Faction)
Revolutionary Communist League, National Committee (革命的共産主義者同盟全国委員会, Kakumeiteki Kyōsanshugisha Dōmei, Zenkoku Iinkai) is a Japanese far-left revolutionary group, often referred to as Chūkaku-...
People's New Party
The People's New Party (国民新党 Kokumin Shintō, PNP) was a conservative, Japanese political party formed on August 17, 2005 in the aftermath of the defeat of Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi's Japan Post...
People's New Party - Wikipedia
Young Communist League of Japan
The Young Communist League of Japan (日本共産青年同盟, Nihon Kyōsan Seinen Dōmei) was a youth organization in Japan and the youth wing of the Communist Party of Japan. The Young Communist League was f...
Japan Innovation Party
The Japan Innovation Party (維新の党, Ishin no Tō) is a Japanese political party. It was launched on 22 September 2014 following the merger of the Japan Restoration Party headed by Tōru Hashimoto,...
Tax Cuts Japan
Tax Cuts Japan – Anti-TPP – Zero Nuclear Party (減税日本・反TPP・脱原発を実現する党, Genzei Nippon · Han TTP · Datsu-Genpatsu o Jitsugen suru Tō) commonly known as the Zero Nuclear Party in English-speaking c...
Leftist Socialist Party of Japan
The Leftist Socialist Party of Japan (左派社会党, Official English name is Japanese Socialist Party) was a Japanese political party that existed between 1948 and 1955. It was a radical socialist political ...
Leftist Socialist Party of Japan - Wikipedia
Political Group of Okinawa Revolution
The Political Group of Okinawa Revolution (政党そうぞう, Seitō Sōzō) is a local political party in Okinawa, Japan. Seitō means "political party", while sōzō may mean "creation" (創造) or "imaginat...
New Socialist Party (Japan)
The New Socialist Party (新社会党, Shin Shakai-tō) was a left-wing party created in Japan on March 3, 1996, by a group of left wingers who left the Social Democratic Party.The party has some simil...
New Socialist Party (Japan) - Wikipedia
Proletarian parties in Japan, 1925–32
The proletarian parties were a group of political parties in Japan. Several proletarian parties were launched after enactment of the Universal Manhood Suffrage Act in 1925. The Farmer-Labour Party had...
Proletarian parties in Japan, 1925–32 - Wikipedia