Green Japan was a political party in Japan. It was created from the old Liberal Party of Japan which was falling due to inactive membership. It was last led by, and was known primarily because of its leader, Kyonkyon. It had 11 members at the last count.
Kyonkyon declared her candidacy for president during the September 2009 presidential elections. She put out many policies and promises including:
- Being open and listening
- Reaching out to all citizens
- Opening all secret forums for public viewing
- Creating ministry-based teams with decisions made via elections
- An active media with an article every day
Green Japan has been through only one Congressional election. The party offered no candidates and didn't look to run on any other party's ticket.
Green Japan operated out of the newspaper I-RO-HA, a private newspaper owned by the party leader, Kyonkyon. Mainly known for being a source for Japanese lessons, I-RO-HA has also provided political coverage and served as a base for all of Green Japan's policies.