ⓘ Hyogo 1st district, 1947–1993. Hyogo 1st district was a multi-member constituency of the House of Representatives in the Diet of Japan. It represented the city ..

                                     

ⓘ Hyogo 1st district (1947–1993)

Hyogo 1st district was a multi-member constituency of the House of Representatives in the Diet of Japan. It represented the city of Kobe from its establishment in 1947 until it was abolished as part of the electoral reform of 1994. Following the districts dissolution, Kobe is now represented by the single-member Hyogo 1st, 2nd and 3rd districts, while the Kita ward of the city forms part of the current Hyogo 4th district.

Ichiro Watanabe party Komeito was the longtime representative of district nine times in a row from 1967 to 1993. Hajime Ishii defeated in eight elections in the district seven, the liberal democratic candidate, and once a batch of updates from Japan, he once lost as a candidate from the LDP in 1983 General election.

In the final election districts, five representatives from the Aqaba Ishii, Ryuichi DOI Democratic Socialist party, Yuichi Takami of Japan New party and Hiromi Kawasaki independent. In the 1996 General election that followed the reform of 1994, Ishii won the new Hyogo 1st quarter, Aqaba Takami won in the 2nd district and Dpi won Okazaki in the 3rd quarter.