Government Body
Country: Japan


The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (often abbreviated to MLIT or MLITT) is a Ministry of the Japanese Government, tasked with the development of national policy relating to the area of land use, infrastructure development, transport and tourism. The MLITT is a major ministry of the Japanese State, second in size to the Ministry of Defence. The Ministry is divided into numerous bureaus, which include, but are not limited to: government buildings, international affairs, regional planning, city development, roads, railways, rivers, civil aviation, ports and harbours, maritime, and coast guard.

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