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Daisaku Kadokawa - Wikipedia

Daisaku Kadokawa (門川 大作, Kadokawa Daisaku) is a Japanese politician and the current mayor of Kyoto, the former capital of Japan and …
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Daisaku Kadokawa – The Olympians

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Daisaku Kadokawa — Ashinaga

From the left, Ashinaga President Yoshiomi Tamai and Mayor of Kyoto Daisaku Kadokawa.
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Bringing a more human approach to community …

2015-12-21 · Daisaku Kadokawa, the Mayor of Kyoto looks towards a future for his city where Kyoto’s creativity, diversity, and unique and historic traditions serve to rev...
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Kyoto mayoral election, 2012 - Wikipedia

Kyoto held a mayoral election on February 5, 2012. The incumbent mayor Daisaku Kadokawa won over a candidate backed by the JCP with a margin of 31,794 votes. It was considered that his first term was generally appreciated by the voters.
From: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kyoto_mayoral_election,_2012

Kyoto, Japan - IBM Smarter Cities Challenge: Kyoto 2013

In recognition of the city's tremendous cultural heritage and historical importance, Mayor Daisaku Kadokawa asked IBM to help realize his vision for Kyoto to become a …
From: https://www.smartercitieschallenge.org/cities/kyoto-japan

Barring the unforeseen, Kyoto’s dwindling voters look …

KYOTO – Given Kyoto’s prosperous domestic and international tourism industry, the mayoral election on Feb. 7 is widely expected to be an easy win for incumbent Daisaku Kadokawa, 65, who is backed by the Liberal Democratic Party, Komeito and the Democratic Party of Japan.
From: https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2016/01/24/national/politics...

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