Tokyo is a city with an enormous and thriving business community.
It’s home to some of the world’s biggest brands such as Apple, Microsoft, Toyota, Nissan, and Honda.
But for the last 10 years, the city has been under siege from a string of terrorist attacks.
On May 12, 2016, an attack on a train in central Tokyo killed 13 people and injured nearly 200.
In March 2017, a series of attacks on shopping malls in and around the city claimed the lives of 44 people, most of them tourists.
These attacks were claimed by an al-Qaeda-linked organisation, but they were also carried out by right-wing extremists, many of whom are known for their hatred of Muslims and leftists.
The attacks on Japan’s capital were a direct consequence of Japan’s economic policies and its inability to deal with the growing economic crisis that had plagued the country since the Fukushima nuclear disaster in 2011.
In the face of the economic crisis, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has taken several drastic steps to try to ease the strain on Japan and the Japanese people, but the authorities in Tokyo have refused to comply.
This has led to an increasingly tense relationship between the Japanese government and the people of Tokyo, who have been calling on Abe to allow for greater access to their passports.
This week, the Japanese parliament voted to make the shibuyan office in Tokyo’s Shibuya district the official notary-office in Japan, effectively banning its citizens from using it for their personal and official business purposes.
However, the government is still refusing to issue the notary’s passport, saying that it does not want to interfere in the personal lives of its citizens.
In response to this, notary offices across Japan are calling on the government to give them the option to issue a passport.
“We have been trying to get the shibibo (government) to open its offices for us to issue our notarisation documents, but we have not been given the chance to do so,” said Akiko Tanaka, the director of the Shibuyan notary.
“It’s our duty to ensure that the government’s business and personal life are not harmed.
It would be a shame if we had to close our offices.”
The notary in question is the former Notary General of Japan, Toshio Okamoto, who is now a member of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP).
The notarial office is not the only one refusing to give its citizens access to passports.
Across Japan, many other notary services are refusing to provide passports or notarisations to its citizens, according to the Japanese National Institute of Standards and Technology.
These notaries have also been refusing to open their offices for citizens, saying they do not want the government in charge of their business.
According to the Institute of Notary and Accountancy, there are around 300 notaries who do not offer any services for passports.
“There are currently over 200 notaries in Japan who refuse to provide their services to the public,” said Tomoko Sakaguchi, an assistant professor at the Institute.
In addition to the notarial service, many businesses also refuse to accept foreign nationals, claiming that this will damage their brand. “
So, if you want to be able to use your notarising services, you need to get a notarial passport.”
In addition to the notarial service, many businesses also refuse to accept foreign nationals, claiming that this will damage their brand.
For example, the popular Japanese brand Tsubaki has refused to accept foreigners as employees.
“Foreigners are considered disposable and do not have a place in our culture,” said Takashi Hasegawa, Tsubakis marketing director.
“In addition, notarisers will be a burden to the business and will negatively impact its profitability.”
For its part, Shibuyas government is planning to start allowing for more foreign nationals to work in the notaries office.
However it will only allow for a limited number of foreign nationals per month, and this will only apply to those who have a valid work permit.
For this reason, the local government is also considering to increase the number of foreigners allowed into the notaristic offices.
The government has also been considering to change the current legal framework to allow more foreign people to work.
According the government, foreign nationals currently cannot be given access to notarised documents, which are required to obtain a passport, and it is unclear if the government will be able enforce this change once the notars are open for business.
In a recent interview with the Tokyo Shimbun, Shiba Okazaki, a representative of Shibuyu, a local notary service, stated that notarization will not be allowed for foreigners as they are “foreigners who have no intention to be connected to Japan”.
“We do not accept foreigners and therefore do not give out passports,” Okazaki said.
“The Shiba family is an old-fashioned notarial