Former Prime Minister Abe’s close aide, a super-elite former vice minister of foreign affairs, was in trouble with the police for “domestic violence” against his 34-year-old younger wife! | FRIDAY DIGITAL

Former Prime Minister Abe’s close aide, a super-elite former vice minister of foreign affairs, was in trouble with the police for “domestic violence” against his 34-year-old younger wife!

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We directly interviewed Mr. Sugiyama in front of his villa in Chiba Prefecture. After returning to his house, he changed into a suit and got into his car.

The incident took place in the early morning of May 4, in the middle of the Golden Week holidays. A locksmith was requested by Shinsuke Sugiyama’s wife, and she called 911,” said a source with knowledge of the situation.

A person with knowledge of the situation said. Shinsuke Sugiyama, 70, is a very powerful bureaucrat who served as vice minister for foreign affairs. A reporter for a national newspaper said, “He is a very powerful bureaucrat who worked with former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

He was one of the ‘close bureaucrats’ with close ties to former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. In 2004, he became the first administrative vice minister in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to graduate from a private university (Waseda University), and after retiring, he became ambassador to the United States, which is called ‘the highest rank of diplomat.” He retired in February 2009 and is currently working as a ‘specially appointed professor’ at Waseda University.

In 2010, Mr. Sugiyama remarried to a woman 34 years younger than himself. His former wife, whom he had dated and married since their student days, died in 2008. He remarried his current wife, who is the daughter of a wealthy family in the Tokai region. In December 2010, when “Shukan Bunshun” (Weekly Bunshun) reported his remarriage, Mr. Sugiyama was flippant, saying, “I have to live long for her sake.

What in the world happened?

On the evening of the 3rd, Mr. Sugiyama was drinking at his home in Tokyo. After meeting his ex-wife’s child, he was in a very bad mood for some reason. Mr. Sugiyama and his wife were about to move to a new house, and they had an argument about how to pack. They got into a dispute, and the wife, feeling fear, ran out of the house.

In the early morning of the following day, the 4th, the wife returned home with a lock-picking company she had arranged to pick up her valuables and other belongings. When she returned, Mr. Sugiyama verbally abused her, telling her to “get out of his house,” and they again got into a dispute. The locksmith who had accompanied him reported the incident to the police by calling 110.

An investigator from the local police station questioned the two men on the grounds that it was a “domestic violence case. Sugiyama had been verbally abusive when he was in a bad mood for some time. As a result of the struggle, the wife suffered minor injuries to her arm and shin. The investigators gave Mr. Sugiyama a verbal warning and took steps to separate them by sending him to a vacation home in Chiba.

This is not the first time that Mr. Sugiyama has been involved in a marital dispute with the police.

In 2005, he was reported to the police because of a “marital quarrel” with his ex-wife. It seems that Mr. Sugiyama raised his hand against his ex-wife and she called the police. At that time, there was no incident, but he is a man who often gets into trouble,” said a reporter.

On a morning in late May, we directly interviewed Mr. Sugiyama as he came out of his villa in Chiba.

–FRIDAY. I would like to talk to you about the domestic violence case that was reported to the police. ……

I’m sorry to bother you. I’m busy right now. Sorry.”

I’m sorry.” –This is the second time you’ve been involved in a police matter.

No, I’m …… a little busy.

With that, Mr. Sugiyama got into the back seat of the pickup truck and drove away.

Mr. Sugiyama still holds important positions at prestigious companies, including advisor to Mitsui Fudosan and outside director at NTT Data. Shouldn’t he be able to explain himself?

In October 2007, when he was ambassador to the U.S., Mr. Sugiyama was invited to the signing ceremony of the Japan-U.S. Trade Agreement. Shaking hands firmly with former President Donald Trump at the signing ceremony for the Japan-U.S. trade agreement.

From the June 9, 2023 issue of FRIDAY

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