We invite Chris Broad
We invite Chris Broad (Abroad in Japan) and Sharla (Sharmander) to see how well they know Japanese laws. Some of these outrageous laws in Japan may surprise you. Let us know below how many you got correct!
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Riding a Bike on the sidewalk is only illegal on most streets. In Tokyo you won't see much warning signs but I noticed In Kyoto there are many places you are not allowed to ride your bike on the sidewalk and I have been stopped before which I was told to walk it but no fine.
The waistline things a daft law what about Sumo people
Wow a Englishman , American and a Australian in the same room lol
so Chris has some disabilities?
It's simple, butt lip is that curve of the buttock exposed by short shorts.
In Japan, crime rates are
In Japan, crime rates are low and the state incarcerates far fewer people than in other rich countries. But when people are accused of a crime they are almost always convicted.
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Japan is a remarkably safe society. Crime rates are low and the state incarcerates far fewer people than in other rich countries. The emphasis is on rehabilitation
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So that's what Carlos Ghosn is talking about...
This is an evil society
It may well be 99% convicted rate, but the clearance rates for crime in
the last few decades in Japan is much lower, most likely due to great
change in crime reporting trends, especially a hieghtened increase of minor crimes and more difficult
to solve crimes being reported, this was caused by the moral panic of the 2000s.
Pretty toothless stuff. I expected more from the Economist.
Top 10 Insane Laws In
Top 10 Insane Laws In Japan
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Alright, we all know that every country has their own weird laws and Japan is no exception. So, let’s take a look at the top 10 insane laws in Japan.
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#8 is actually a good idea.