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Akie Abe

2007 photo

First Lady of Japan
In office
26 September 2006 – 26 September 2007
Preceded by Chieko Mori

Born June 10, 1962 (1962-06-10) (age 47)
Flag of Tokyo Prefecture.svg Tokyo,
Japan Japan
Nationality Japanese
Political party Liberal Democratic Party
Spouse(s) Shinzo Abe
Relations Akio Matsuzaki and Emiko Matsuzaki
Children None
Residence Sori daijin kotei (2-3 Nagatacho, Chiyoda, Tokyo) and
Shimonoseki, Yamaguchi
Alma mater Sacred Heart Professional Training College
Occupation Housewife / radio disc jockey
Religion Roman Catholic

Akie Abe (安倍 昭恵 Abe Akie ?) (born June 10, 1962) is the wife of Shinzo Abe, former Prime Minister of Japan.

Born Akie Matsuzaki (松崎 昭恵 Matsuzaki Akie), Akie is regarded as a socialite. She is from a wealthy Japanese family; her father is the former president of Morinaga & Co., one of Japan's largest confectionery companies. She was educated at Sacred Heart School in Tokyo (聖心女子学院 Seishin Joshi Gakuin ?), a Roman Catholic High & Middle School, then graduated from Sacred Heart Professional Training College (聖心女子専門学校 Seishin Joshi Gakuin Senmon Gakkō ?)[1].

Abe later worked for Dentsu Inc., the world's largest advertising agency, before marrying Shinzo Abe in 1987.

Akky

In the later of 1990s, Abe worked as a radio disc jockey in her husband's hometown of Shimonoseki.Her jockey was popular in the broadcasted area and the jockey name was "Akky". She is also a fan of South Korean soap operas and actors Bae Yong-joon and Park Yong-ha.[2]

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