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Kabun Mutō

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Kabun Mutō 武藤 嘉文, Mutō Kabun, 18 November 1926 – 4 November 2009 was a Japanese politician who served as the Minister for Foreign Affairs for a brief period in 1993

Mutō was born in Kakamigahara in Gifu Prefecture in 1926 He studied at the Kyoto University He was later elected to the House of Representatives of Japan

Mutō founded and directed a minority studies group serving the Japanese government Mutō replaced Michio Watanabe as Minister for Foreign Affairs After his stint as Foreign Minister, Mutō would later hold positions at the Ministry of International Trade and Industry He subsequently retired from politics in 2005

In March 1993 he was appointed an Honorary Officer of the Order of Australia, for service to Australian/Japanese relations

Death

Mutō died in a Tokyo hospital from pancreatic cancer on 4 November 2009, two weeks before his 83rd birthday

References

  1. ^ Harper, Alan Peter "Japanese forge ties with African-Americans", Associated Press at Houston Chronicle Sunday, May 9, 1993 Business 1 Retrieved on January 13, 2009
  2. ^ It's an Honour
  3. ^ "Former Foreign Minister Kabun Mutō dies at 82" The Japan Times November 4, 2009 
Political offices
Preceded by
Michio Watanabe
Minister of Agriculture and Forestry
1979–1980
Succeeded by
Takeo Kameoka
Preceded by
Hikaru Matsunaga
Minister of International Trade and Industry
1990
Succeeded by
Eiichi Nakao
Preceded by
Michio Watanabe
Minister for Foreign Affairs
1993
Succeeded by
Tsutomu Hata
Preceded by
Sekisuke Nakanishi
Head of the Management and Coordination Agency
1996–1997
Succeeded by
Kōkō Satō
Party political offices
Preceded by
Yoshiaki Kibe
Chairman of the Executive Council, Liberal Democratic Party
1995
Succeeded by
Masajuro Shiokawa


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