August 28 (Sunday) 9:00 am – 11:30 am We accept up to 10 participants.
Japanese court practice radically changed after 1945. The jury system of the 1920s was very different from the current Saiban-in (lay judges) system. There is an old courthouse of the Nagoya Court of Appeals. It displays old courtrooms and judges’ chambers. We will learn how the old Japanese judiciary was organized and worked. We will compare the old and new judiciary to understand how the current judiciary works in Japan.
A member of Nagoya Ryugakusei Net, Mr. Yoshi Matsuura, will be a tour guide.
Date & Time: August 28 (Sunday) 9:00 am -11:30 am
Venue: The Nagoya City Archives (The Nagoya Court of Appeals Courthouse)
Meeting Place & Time: We will meet at the Entrance Gate of Nagoya University subway station. The gathering time is by 9:00 a.m. sharp.
- This is a rain-or-shine event. Choose the right kind of outfit and walking shoes. (The courthouse is not used as a courthouse. You may come in a casual outfit.)
- Bring your “Manaca” or an equivalent to buy a subway ticket.
- There is no admission fee.
- Please do not attend the event, if you do not feel well on the day.
- Nagoya Ryugakusei Net will pay the event insurance premium.