Every school has its rules, but tough regulations at some Japanese institutions, mandating everything from black hair to white shoelaces, are facing increasing criticism and even legal action.
Toshiyuki Kusumoto, a father of two in Oita Prefecture, is seeking court intervention to protect his younger son from regulations he calls “unreasonable.”
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