Major policies of the
Kishida Cabinet

The Kishida Cabinet will
achieve a virtuous cycle of
growth and distribution by
pursuing a New Form of
We will restore a large middle class by building a society in which
society as a whole supports children and child-rearing, ensuring
a sound educational system, and enhancing the sustainability of
the social security system, among other measures.
Moreover, we will lead discussions with a view to building
international consensus in policy management and strengthening
our cooperation with like-minded countries.

Major policies of the Kishida Cabinet 01/

A New Form of Capitalism

As we face structural changes and structural issues that can even be considered turning points between eras, we will accelerate our efforts to realize a New Form of Capitalism and aim at building an economy and society suited to the new era in order to further powerfully expand our current future-oriented trends, including wage increases and companies’ willingness to invest.

About a New Form of Capitalism

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Policies supporting children and child-rearing

The declining birth rate is an urgent issue that affects Japan’s economy and society as a whole and must be addressed immediately.
With resolute determination, we will aim to create a society in which people can have hope for a bright future, so that all members of our younger generation are able to have their wishes fulfilled regarding marrying, having children, and raising those children.

About policies supporting children and child-rearing

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Diplomatic and security policies

At this historic turning point when the international order faces serious challenges, we will engage in proactive diplomacy to maintain and strengthen the free and open international order based on the rule of law, grounded in the outcomes of the G7 Hiroshima Summit.

About diplomatic and security policies

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People feeling safe and well-assured in their daily lives

The government’s greatest responsibility is to fully protect people’s safety and sense of assurance as they live their daily lives. The government will do everything in its power to enable all citizens to lead prosperous lives with peace of mind, including by preventing and mitigating disasters, making the nation's infrastructure more resilient, and advancing the reconstruction of the areas affected by the Great East Japan Earthquake.

About people feeling safe and well-assured in their daily lives