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JAPAN
RTXGNWZ
July 25, 1996
Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) spokesman Koji Hanai shows off a stuffed doll, ''Ryu-chan'' (Little Ryu)...
Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) spokesman Koji Hanai shows off a stuffed doll, ''Ryu-chan'' (Little R.....
Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) spokesman Koji Hanai shows off a stuffed doll, ''Ryu-chan'' (Little Ryu) of the Japanese Prime MInister Ryutaro Hashimoto, dressed in traditional kendo attire and a bamboo sword in hand, July 24, for a mini-promotion campaign to appeal Hashimoto's vigor and leadership. The LDP initially plans to manufacture 300 dolls by the end of August and give them out to party members and supporters.
HASHIMOTO
RTXGUZT
May 01, 1996
Japanese Prime Minister Ryutaro Hashimoto prepares gear for the Japanese martial art of kendo at a training...
Japanese Prime Minister Ryutaro Hashimoto prepares gear for the Japanese martial art of kendo at a t.....
Japanese Prime Minister Ryutaro Hashimoto prepares gear for the Japanese martial art of kendo at a training hall of the Ministry of International Trade and Industry in Tokyo May 1. Hashimoto, who as Trade Minister frequently honed his bamboo sword skills in the ministry training room, returned for the first time since he became prime minister in January
HASHIMOTO
RTXGUZM
May 01, 1996
Japanese Prime Minister Ryutaro Hashimoto exercises Japanese martial art of kendo at the Ministry of...
Japanese Prime Minister Ryutaro Hashimoto exercises Japanese martial art of kendo at the Ministry of.....
Japanese Prime Minister Ryutaro Hashimoto exercises Japanese martial art of kendo at the Ministry of International Trade and Industry training hall in Tokyo May 1. Hashimoto, who as Trade Minister frequently honed his bamboo sword skills in the ministry training room, returned for the first time since he became prime minister in January
HASHIMOTO
RTXGUZI
May 01, 1996
Japanese Prime Minister Ryutaro Hashimoto prepares a bamboo sword, gear for the Japanese martial art...
Japanese Prime Minister Ryutaro Hashimoto prepares a bamboo sword, gear for the Japanese martial art.....
Japanese Prime Minister Ryutaro Hashimoto prepares a bamboo sword, gear for the Japanese martial art of kendo at the Ministry of International Trade and Industry training hall in Tokyo May 1. Hashimoto, who as Trade Minister frequently honed his bamboo sword skills in the ministry training room, returned for the first time since he became prime minister in January
HASHIMOTO
RTXGUZH
May 01, 1996
Japanese Prime Minister Ryutaro Hashimoto swings a bamboo sword during a warm-up prior to his practice...
Japanese Prime Minister Ryutaro Hashimoto swings a bamboo sword during a warm-up prior to his practi.....
Japanese Prime Minister Ryutaro Hashimoto swings a bamboo sword during a warm-up prior to his practice for the Japanese martial art of kendo at a traning hall of the Ministry of International Trade and Industry in Tokyo May 1
RTRFK48
May 01, 1996
FILE PHOTO 1MAY96 - Japanese Prime Minister Ryutaro Hashimoto prepares for the Japanese martial art of...
Japan
1996 FILE PHOTO OF RYUTARO HASHIMOTO.
FILE PHOTO 1MAY96 - Japanese Prime Minister Ryutaro Hashimoto prepares for the Japanese martial art of kendo at a training hall in this May 1, 1996 file photo. Hashimoto announced July 13 he was resigning and cancelling trips to France and the United States after an election setback that delivered a no-confidence vote in his economic policies.

JIR/WS
RTRFJZN
May 01, 1996
FILE PHOTO 1MAY96 - Japanese Prime Minister Ryutaro Hashimoto prepares a bamboo sword, equipment for...
Japan
FILE OF PM HASHIMOTO WITH KENDO EQUIPMENT.
FILE PHOTO 1MAY96 - Japanese Prime Minister Ryutaro Hashimoto prepares a bamboo sword, equipment for the Japanese martial art of Kendo, in this May 1, 1996 file picture. Hashimoto announced he was resigning and cancelling trips to France and the United States after an election setback that delivered a no-confidence vote in his economic policies.

JIR/ME
RTRD4W
March 22, 1996
Maori Queen Dame Te Atairangikaahu, from New Zealand, watches students perform the Japanese traditional...
Japan
MAORI QUEEN WATCHES KENDO
Maori Queen Dame Te Atairangikaahu, from New Zealand, watches students perform the Japanese traditional martial art of kendo at a Tokyo high school March 22. The Queen is in Japan on an 11-day official visit.

TOKYO ROYAL
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