Let’s start by looking at which crimes are rare here, and which are relatively more common. After that, we’ll investigate the cultural forces and trends which have made Japan one of the safest places to live and visit on earth.
We’re going to take a look at 6 things that contribute to making Japan such a safe place to visit and live, and some of the wider implications in Japan’s approach to crime and punishment.
Japan is famous for being an extremely ordered country, and so it makes sense in a way that the court system would be very effective. Even withstanding this expectation, the conviction rate in Japan is likely to make your jaw drop.
When one has a good understanding of Japanese law, the odds of getting into any sort of tricky situation with Japanese police are dramatically reduced. In this article, we will go into detail on some aspects of the Japanese justice system that can catch foreigners off guard during a trip to Japan.
What kind of behavior could get you into unexpected trouble on your Japanese odyssey? Let’s unpick some of the most commonly discussed weird laws in Japan – and find out which are true and which are simply urban legends.
Japan is known as being one of the safest countries in the world. This is due to strict weapon control, and heavy police presence. Historically, the Japanese government has always had strict control of weapons that could be used to harm people or the government.