As a Member of the House Representatives.

(September 2005 - May 2009 LDP proportional Kita Kanto block)

It has achieved an increase in medical helicopters. (2005.9)

In situations such as disasters and large-scale accidents,

doctor helicopters play an important role in emergency transport.


Therefore, we strongly urged the government to increase the number of

doctor helicopters and realized a subsidy for purchase costs to prefectures and cities.


The increase in the number of local government helicopters and

the introduction of doctor helicopters have been achieved.

I flew over the Senkaku Islands (2006.3)

The Senkaku Islands had many problems, such as oil mining and defense issues from other countries.


At that time, the Diet was discussing removing the Senkaku Islands from the textbook map.

Therefore, I asked questions the MEXT(Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology) regarding the textbooks of the Senkaku Islands.


Oil is sent to Shanghai by submarine cable. Effective control of other countries has advanced.


Flew over the Senkaku with a P3C aircraft

But at present, parliamentarians can no longer fly over the Senkaku Islands with Self-Defense Forces aircraft.

First in Japan. Income tax deduction for disaster insurance / "Seismic retrofitting of private homes" subsidy

Realization of earthquake insurance revival (2006.10)


Most of the people killed by the earthquake are collapsed buildings.

In the past, Prime Minister Kakuei Tanaka made earthquake insurance for the building, but as an insurance company it was not profitable and the earthquake insurance was suspended.

To revive this earthquake insurance, I realized the following three points.

(1) Creation of subsidies to subscribers to promote earthquake resistance of buildings.

(2) Realization of income deduction (50,000 yen) for earthquake insurance.

(3) Realizing a situation where buildings can be used as earthquake insurance by doubling the national burden of building losses due to the earthquake and reducing the losses of insurance companies.


Achieved "earthquake repair support" and "income tax deduction for earthquake insurance".

In order to have them live in a house that does not collapse, they actively spoke and asked for support.

Toward the child abuse death "zero" (2006.11)

In October 2006, a three-year-old boy was abused by his parents and killed in Nagaokakyo city, Kyoto Prefecture.

At this time, the authorities concerned received five reports from the neighborhood but could not prevent abuse death due to lack of sense of crisis.


Taking this issue seriously, I visited Nagaokakyo city in November of that year.


I have the belief that the country should be responsible for the child's future.

The aggressive adoption of police officers OB in child guidance centers was to be implemented in the Cabinet Committee.

It also proposed to the government to set up a department specializing in abuse and made it happen.


After that, the Special Committee on Youth Affairs asked and suggested questions such as "actively operating a system for the loss of custody" and "establishing a specialized department for child abuse by police."


I worked hard to prevent the death of my child due to child abuse.

November 2006. At Nagaokakyo city.

December 2006: At the Cabinet Committee.

I visited Uganda. (April-May 2007)

April 29-May 5, 2007

Along with former Minister of Finance Tanigaki, we visited the Republic of Uganda in eastern Africa.


Realized ODA funding for a cotton sewing factory.

Uganda has the highest quality cotton after Egyptian cotton.

One of the goals was ODA funding for a cotton garment factory in Uganda.

Although the cotton factory was in danger of closing down, Japan's loan was decided on this visit.

With former Minister of Finance Sadakazu Tanigaki

For refugee support

Another purpose of this visit was to discuss with government officials about the status of refugee relief supported by Japan's ODA and how to proceed in the future.

With the support of the Japanese government's ODA, we were able to supply clean water to the camps.

Realization of "Community Roads(生活道路)"maintenance. (2007.11)

The road that we walk every day requires the nation to take the lead in developing it. In particular, ensuring the safety of school roads is an important issue for the safety and security of children.


It is necessary for the nation to maintain the safety and security so that regional differences do not occur.

Municipalities alone have a limited budget.

The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism's (MEXT)


"Road Maintenance Interim Plan(道路整備中間計画)" includes "Maintenance of Community Roads(「生活道路の整備」)".

I sent 13,000 signatures to the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism and petitioned to increase my budget to eliminate dangerous spots on school roads.

We clarified "Community Roads" and requested maintenance such as widening road and setting up guardrail on sidewalk.

When the financial crisis happened, realize that to finance 6 trillion yen in unsecured and unguaranteed.(2008) → Ultimately, it has reached 36 trillion yen.


In October 2008, the "Member of interested for Small and Medium Enterprises Bankruptcy Prevention" was launched to prevent the insolvency of small and medium enterprises.


With signatures of 70 members of Parliament, I requested each Minister and then Secretary of State Takeo Kawamura.


Prime Minister Taro Aso's statement of inauguration of the post of Prime Minister stated, "We will do our best to small and medium-sized enterprises," and it was realized.

I requested the then Minister of Economy Toshihiro Nikai trade and industry.

Request to Secretary-General Tatsuo Kawamura at that time.


"I would like to avoid bankruptcy due to" slender lending "and" lending and stripping "for SMEs that account for 97% of Japanese companies."

Secretary-General Kawamura promised, "I'm also worried about Prime Minister Aso (at that time). We will discuss now on emergency economic measures."

 "Member of interested for Small and Medium Enterprises Bankruptcy Prevention" started.

Prime Minister Taro Aso's statement of inauguration of the post of Prime Minister stated, "We will do our best to small and medium-sized enterprises," and it was realized.

"Mottainai" signature activity. Achieved waste reduction of 10 million tons per year.(2009)

Japan imported about 58 million tons of food and discarded about 20 million tons.


At convenience stores in Japan, food such as lunch boxes was discarded after a certain period of time.


Safe foods that still have an expiration date are sold at low prices,

"I want you to eat it without wasting it."

They cherished food and conducted a "Mottainai Campaign" to reduce waste, and held lectures and gathered signatures in various places.


As a result, the Fair Trade Commission issued an order for elimination of convenience stores to "lunch boxes that were discarded before the expiration date," allowing "discount sales" to be approved at convenience stores and reducing garbage by approximately 1,000 tons. I was able to do.

The signatures were brought to the then Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of Shigeru Ishiba.