Taro Aso

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In this Japanese name, the family name is Asō.
Tarō Asō
麻生 太郎
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Personal details
Born
麻生太郎 (Asō Tarō)

(1940-09-20) 20 September 1940 (age 80)
Iizuka, Fukuoka, Japan
Political partyLiberal Democratic
Spouse(s)Chikako Suzuki
Children2
RelativesNobuko, Princess Tomohito of Mikasa (sister)
Princess Akiko (niece)
Princess Yōko (niece)
EducationGakushuin University
Stanford University
London School of Economics
WebsiteOfficial website

Tarō Asō (麻生 太郎, Asō Tarō, born 20 September 1940) is a Japanese politician. He is a member of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party. He was the 92nd Prime Minister of Japan. He is from Iizuka, Fukuoka.

Early life and education

Asō, a Roman Catholic, was born in Iizuka in Fukuoka Prefecture on 20 September 1940.[1]

Asō graduated from the Faculty of Politics and Economics at Gakushuin University,[2] and the London School of Economics.[3]

Honours

Bibliography

References

  1. "Japanese foreign minister to announce bid to replace Koizumi", Forbes, 20 August 2006. Template:Webarchive
  2. name="ReferenceA">japan.kantei.go.jp/97_abe/meibo/daijin/1208723_10042.html
  3. Ashcraft, Brian (10 October 2010). "Former Prime Minister Wants Japanese Youth To Drink Cute Booze". Kotaku. Retrieved 19 January 2018.

Other websites

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