Digital health management, digital mobility service, digital nursing care, digital farming — a wave of digitalization is sweeping across Japanese society.

In the last few years, DX — short for digital transformation in Japan — has become a buzzword in Tokyo’s bureaucratic center of Kasumigaseki.

However, amid this frenzy to seize the zeitgeist and boost the country’s competitiveness in the digital sphere, there is one area where momentum has yet to pick up: parliament.