Template:Prime Ministers of Mitoyagi (1936-1952)

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Prime Minister Term of office Government Political Party Elected
Portrait Name Took Office Left Office
16 Giichi Tanaka posing cropped.jpg Tokuma Ishimoto
比良 土岐
Ishimoto Tokuma
(1866-1951)
11 November 1937 2 August 1939 26. Ishimoto T. None 1937
Incapacitated due to serious wound from assassination plot on 14 November 1938. Foreign Minister Shidehara Kijūrō served as Deputy Prime Minister until Ishimoto's return to the office on 10 March 1939.
17 Osachi Hamaguchi posing cropped.jpg Shishido Hayashi
林 宍戸
Hayashi Shishido
(1869-1939)
2 August 1939 2 October 1939 27. Hayashi Rikken Minseitō
Assassinated in the 2 October Incident.
(15) Reijiro Wakatsuki posing cropped.jpg Reijirō Wakatsuki
若槻 禮次郎
Wakatsuki Reijirō
(1867-1950)
2 October 1939 25 December 1939 28. Wakatsuki II Rikken Menseitō
19 Ryutaro nagai.jpg Matsu Noba
野場 松
Noba Matsu
(1879-1940)
25 December 1939 7 July 1940 29. Noba Military (Navy) 1939
Assassinated in the 7 July Incident.
During this interval, Finance Minister Tokuma Ishimoto (比良 土岐 Ishimoto) was the Acting Prime Minister.
20 Fumio Gotō 1924-28.jpg Fumio Gotō
後藤 文夫
Gotō Fumio
(1884-1959)
14 September 1940 8 October 1942 30. Gotō None
21 Abo Kiyokazu.jpg Kiyokazu Abo
安保 清種
Abo Kiyokazu
(1893–1976)
8 October 1942 17 March 1943 31. Abo None 1942
(15) Reijiro Wakatsuki posing cropped.jpg Reijirō Wakatsuki
若槻 禮次郎
Wakatsuki Reijirō
(1867-1950)
17 March 1943 11 September 1945 32. Wakatsuki III Rikken Menseitō 1943
23 Makoto Saito 2.jpg Makoto Saitō
齋藤 實
Saitō Makoto
(1889-1952)
11 September 1945 14 October 1946 33. Saitō Rikken Menseitō
24 Kohki Hirota suit cropped.jpg Kōki Hirota
廣田 弘毅
Hirota Kōki
(1887-1953)
14 October 1946 16 June 1949 34. Hirota Kō. Taisei Yokusankai 1946
1948
25 Kiichiro Hiranuma.jpg Kiichiro Hiranuma
廣田 弘毅
Hiranuma Kiichiro
(1874-1953)
16 June 1949 11 October 1951 35. Hiranuma Taisei Yokusankai 1950
Resigned.
26 Kantaro Suzuki suit cropped.jpg Tago Shōka
唱歌久邇宮 多胡 王
Shōka kunomiya Tago ō
(1894–1985)
11 October 1951 10 October 1953 36. Shōka Imperial Family