Template:Prime Ministers of Mitoyagi (1957-1968)

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Prime Minister Term of office Government Political Party Elected
Portrait Name Took Office Left Office
30 Tanzan Ishibashi.jpg Kagetora Ishimoto
石本 影虎
Ishimoto Kagetora
(1902-1995)

Rep for Sasedo 3rd
18 November 1958 12 October 1960 40. Ishimoto K. Democratic Party
Minshutō
1958
31 Takeo Miki Small.jpg Tadayama Ishida
石田 忠山
Ishida Tadayama
(1902-1989)

Rep for Fukushima 1st
13 October 1960 11 June 1961 41. Ishida Democratic Party
Minshutō
1960
32 Zentaro Kosaka.jpg Tadashige Honda
本多 忠重
Honda Tadashige
(1911-2003)
Rep for Toyoshi
11 June 1961 28 August 1963 42. Honda T. I Progressive Party
Shinpotō
1961
1963
29 August 1963 14 October 1964 43. Honda T. II
PPO-DPO
During his tenure as the Prime Minister of Okaiken, he was also the leader of the Honda clan, a prominent family that controlled Mitoyagi from 1605 until 1871 when his grandfather, Honda Yoshinobu, was ousted from power by the Saito Emperor. During his short tenure as the Prime Minister, he was called "shogun" due to his aggressive economic policies as well as his strict implementation of several social platforms.
33 Yoshitsuna Ohno.jpg Yoshimizu Ohno
大野 吉水
Ōno Yoshimizu
(1908-1991)
Rep for Miyagi at large
15 October 1964 11 December 1965 44. Ōno I Democratic Party
Minshutō
1964
12 December 1965 8 August 1966 45. Ōno II
Defeated in the 1966 House of Commoners election by the Sanese Socialist Party amid voter fraud allegations by the Democratic Party which became the catalyst for the Quiet Revolution of 1968.
34 Kusaka Genzui.jpg Genzui Kusaka
久坂 玄随
Kusaka Genzui
(1911-1986)
Rep for Iwate 2nd
8 August 1966 9 October 1967 46. Kusaka I Socialist
Shakaitō
1966
10 October 1967 6 June 1968 47. Kusaka II
Toppled in the Quiet Revolution of 1968 after a series of scandals that tainted the 1966 Sanese General Election