Has Renho Broken the Mold for Japanese Politics?
Victory in Thursday’s party leadership election makes Renho, who goes by only one name, the first woman to lead a major Japanese party since the 1990s. The 48-year-old mother of twins, who once served as administrative reform minister, beat former foreign minister Seiji Maehara, 54, and Yuichiro Tamaki, 47, a former finance ministry bureaucrat. Bloomberg's Isabel Reynolds reports on "Daybreak Asia." (Source: Bloomberg)