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Prime minister’s schedule on May 15, 2019

  • May 16, 2019
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May 15, 2019


Left his private residence in Tokyo’s Tomigaya district.


Arrived at the Prime Minister’s Office [Kantei].

10:25 – 10:53

Met with MOFA North American Affairs Bureau Director-General Kazuhiro Suzuki.

11:01 – 11:06

Met with MOD Defense Policy Bureau Director-General Akihiro Tsuchimichi.

11:13 – 11:42

Met with MOFA Vice Minister for Foreign Affairs Takeo Akiba.


Ambassador Koji Tomita, representative of the Government of Japan for the G20 Summit, joined the meeting.


Tomita left the room.

13:50 – 14:07

Received a written proposal from Shigeyuki Tomita, chairperson of Komeito’s headquarters for educational reform, and several other members.

15:05 – 15:18

Received a courtesy call from W20 Co-Chair Haruno Yoshida, et al.

15:36 – 15:48

Recorded a video message for the “Discover Mura no Takara (rural treasures)” summit,” a program that showcases best practices of regional revitalization. 

16:00 – 16:09

Met with Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Masahiko Shibayama and MEXT Administrative Vice-Minister Makoto Fujiwara.

16:30 – 16:54

Met with National Security Secretariat Secretary General Shotaro Yachi, Director of Cabinet Intelligence Shigeru Kitamura, MOFA Foreign Policy Bureau Director-General Satoshi Suzuki, MOD Defense Policy Bureau Director-General Akihiro Tsuchimichi and Joint Staff Chief Koji Yamazaki.

17:17 – 18:21

Attended a meeting of the Council on Investments for the Future.


Left the Kantei.


Arrived at Tokyo Prince Hotel in Tokyo’s Shiba district. Attended a party of the LDP Kishida faction and delivered remarks.


Left the hotel.


Arrived at “Sushi dokoro Uoshin,” a restaurant in Tokyo’s Akasaka district. Dined with Teruto Akiyama, special advisor at Nikkeisha, and several others.


Left the restaurant.


Arrived at the Prime Minister’s Official Residence. Dined with Tokai University Professor Yoshinobu Suemasa, et al.


All left the place.

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