The Japanese officials who have been conferred the Order of Sikatuna are Crown Prince Akihito, Prime Minister Kakuei Tanaka, Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone
, Crown Prince Naruhito, Japan International Cooperation Agency president Sadako Ogata, and Ambassadors Toshio Urabe, Kiyoshi Sumiya, Tsuneo Tanaka, Hirokazu Arai, Yoshifumi Matsuda, Yoshihisa Ara, Kojiro Takano and Takeshi Yasukawa.
15, 1985 -- Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone
makes an official visit to Yasukuni, becoming the first prime minister since the end of WWII to make such a visit.
In the scandal, 12 people, including the late Diet member Takao Fujinami, who served as chief Cabinet secretary under Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone
, were convicted of accepting or offering bribes.
Fumihiro Nakasone, the son of one of Japan's best-known premiers, Yasuhiro Nakasone
, was expected to be named foreign minister.
Reagan was known for the close personal relationship he developed with former Japanese Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone
, with Reagan calling Nakasone Yasu and Nakasone calling the president Ron.
IN POLITICS,' remarked former Japanese Prime Minister, Yasuhiro Nakasone
, during a speech in London some years back, 'one inch ahead, it is pitch dark.
The individuals, all affiliated with the Liberal Democratic Party, are said to include former prime ministers Kakuei Tanaka, Eisaku Sato and Yasuhiro Nakasone
Miyawaki served as a public relations adviser to former Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone
Nakasone, son of former Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone
and a former employee of Asahi Chemical Industry Co.
About 350 dignitaries -- including former German chancellor Helmut Schmidt, former Brit prime minister Edward Heath and former Japanese prime minister Yasuhiro Nakasone
-- attended the reception following the awards ceremony, studded by traditional Edo fireworks.
Also, I was aware that the President and Takeshita's predecessor, Yasuhiro Nakasone
, were on a "Ron" and "Yasu" basis right through the time Japan was gobbling up our international markets, dumping television sets on our docks, shutting out our agricultural products and underselling us on souvenirs for our own bicentennial celebration.
At the Economic Summit in Tokyo next month, Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone
intends proposing a 10-year, $5 billion Japanese program to fund basic research in other Economic Summit countries, according to a senior official at the Japanese Embassy in Washington, D.