Public prosecutors in Japan handle a variety of cases but in general they are split between two types: violations of Japan’s penal code (criminal cases) and violations of traffic laws. Statistically, the numbers of these cases are similar but criminal cases make up a small majority.
As long as both parties are in agreement, divorce in Japan can be accomplished with surprisingly ease. A Divorce by Agreement in Japan only requires both parties to sign or stamp their seal on a Registration of Divorce and submit it to the local government office. Approximately 90% of divorces in Japan are conducted this way.
Employers, schools or relatives, among other parties, are allowed to sponsor a visa for a foreign national to come to Japan. Each of these sponsoring relationships is different and will therefore have different requirements but the general procedure is the same.
While a choice of language clause can help clarify which of the versions of the contract is the real one, it is important to have the translation as accurate as possible for a variety of reasons. When drafting a contract, each word carries special meaning and, if a sloppy translation is provided to one party, they may not have an accurate understanding of what the contract really says.