Question: What rights do you have in Japan?

In addition, the later constitution guarantees freedom of thought and conscience; academic freedom; the prohibition of discrimination based on race, creed, social status, or family origin; and a number of what could be called welfare rights: the right to minimum standards of wholesome and cultured living; the right ...

Do foreigners have equal rights in Japan?

Foreign residents in Japan are also guaranteed fundamental human rights under the Constitution except the rights which, owing to their nature, are interpreted to be applicable only to Japanese nationals (*1). (Article 32 of the Constitution provides that no person shall be denied the right of access to the courts.)

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