Category Archives: Japanese law

Cultural relativism? Hardly. It’s the LAW


“This is not an “it’s OK, it’s Japan, it’s a different culture” issue. It is a violation of an international treaty signed by Japan… Continue reading

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UPDATED: Amazon Japan removes some, not all. Tip of the iceberg…


Depictions of 13 year olds wearing leotards in sexual positions are OK, right? Amazon continues to think so. So does Rakuten. And Yahoo Japan Shop. And Tsutaya… Continue reading

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An open letter to Amazon Japan: Stop selling child pornography


Until Amazon Japan removes “candy doll collection” products from its web site, I will not buy any products at any Amazon web sites…Remove these products. Now. Continue reading

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