The Party for Japanese Kokoro, originally known as the Party for Future Generations, is a neoconservative political party in Japan, founded on 1 August 2014. The party split from the right-wing populist Japan Restoration Party, and it had 19 House of Representatives seats after the split. The party suffered a near-wipeout in December's legislative elections, collapsing to just two house seats. The party supported conservative security policies, stricter immigration laws, economic liberalism, and traditional values.