While many voters struggled to find a party that matched their hopes for the nation's future, voters in Hokkaido had an easy way out: a box marked "No party to support" on the proportional representation section of the ballot.

Shiji Seito Nashi (No Party to Support) was the registered name of a political party running in Hokkaido for the proportional representation vote.

It secured 104,854 votes, easily beating the Social Democratic Party, which got 53,604 votes, and Jisedai no To (Party for Future Generations), which won 38,342. Even so, it failed to win a seat.