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Share via Email This article is over 3 years old Koyuki Higashi, left, and partner Hiroko Masuhara display a partnership certificate issued by the Shibuya ward office in Tokyo on Thursday. Shibuya ward on Thursday began issuing same-sex partnerships to couples aged 20 or over, who are required to sign a notary document confirming they were in a loving relationship based on trust, according to Kyodo News. While Japan does not place the partnerships on a legal par with heterosexual marriages, officials said the move was designed to support same-sex couples, who say they are routinely discriminated against when looking for accommodation or visiting partners in hospital. Hiroko Masuhara, 37, and Koyuki Higashi, 30, were the first couple to register their partnership with the ward, a busy entertainment and business district, where almost 10, of its , residents are non-Japanese people. In March, it became the first municipality in the country to recognise same-sex partnerships — a move was greeted with cheers but drew a cautious response from conservative politicians. Setagaya, another Tokyo ward, started issuing similar certificates later on Thursday, however, in another reflection of changing attitudes among governments and businesses. I hope the day when we have equality in society comes soon Koyuki Higashi, certificate recipient Earlier this week, Lifenet Insurance said it now recognised same-sex partners as beneficiaries of life insurance contracts, while mobile phone carriers NTT DoCoMo and KDDI reportedly plan to expand family discount services to include gay partners.
Map of Japanese subdivisions that issue partnership certificates to same-sex couples. Issues partnership certificates to same-sex couples Does not issue certificates On April 1, , Shibuya ward in central Tokyo announced that it would offer same-sex couples special partnership certificates which are stated to be equivalent to marriage. While these licenses are not legally recognized as marriage certificates, they are still a useful tool in civil matters such as hospital visitation rights. An officer from the Ministry of Justice who was invited to comment has stated that the action by Shibuya is legal because the certificate issued is not a marriage certificate and the current Japanese legal code does not prohibit the "partnership" of same-sex couples. The group took its petition to the Sapporo City Government in June
Nishikawa Sukenobu Homosexuality and same-sex relations have been documented in Japan since ancient times. Both parties were encouraged to treat the relationship seriously and conduct the affair honorably, and the nenja might be required to write a formal vow of fidelity. The relationship was based on the typical nenja, who loves, and the typically younger chigo, who is loved.