The ACCJ keeps a close watch on regulatory developments affecting member business interests and offers specific comments and recommendations on draft laws, ordinances, and policy reports through the Japanese government's public notification and comment system. The system allows interested parties such as individuals, companies, and organizations to provide their written comments on proposed policy changes before they become law. ACCJ committees closely monitor ministry websites, coordinate the comment submission process, work with the ACCJ staff to arrange meetings between ACCJ members and government representatives, and track issues throughout the policy process.
2018-05-25: Public Comment to the Personal Information Protection Commission on the Draft of the "Supplementary Rules under the Act on the Protection of Personal Information for the Handling of Personal Data Transferred from the EU based on an Adequacy Decision" (Japanese)
2017-09-30: Public Comment to the Cabinet Office Regulatory Reform Hotline - Establishment of Prior Consultation Process and Clarification of Examination Requirements by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare regarding Inquiries on Food Categories (Japanese)
2017-09-30: Public Comment to the Cabinet Office Regulatory Reform Hotline - Recommending the Establishment of Exceptions to Treat Some Ingredients Which Are “Exclusively Used as Drug Ingredients" as Functional Food Components, Provided Such Ingredients Satisfy Certain Requirements (Japanese)
2017-09-29: Public Comment to the Cabinet Office Regulatory Reform Hotline - Usage of Wireless Devices Conforming to Technical Standards Equivalent to the Technical Standards Stipulated in the Radio Act for Non-Commercial Use (Surveys, Tests, Research) (Japanese)