Setsuko Kamiya is a staff writer and editor covering local news, including
legal issues, and has been following the ongoing judicial reform. A 2005
Fulbright journalist grantee, she studied the American jury system in
For Setsuko Kamiya's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:
Lawyers and supporters of asylum-seekers in Japan have cast a critical eye on the start of the government’s third-country refugee resettlement program. They claim that while the government is seemingly opening the country for more refugees through the pilot program, the situation for individuals ...