The office is centrally located near Tameike Sanno, Kokkaigijido mae, Toranomon, and Kasumigaseki stations.
It is in the midst of the area of the Diet building, Prime Minister's residence, Cabinet Office, Education, Finance and Foreign ministries, Japan Patent Office, and across from the Nippon Foundation and US Embassy.
中部・共同親権法制化運動の会"(Chubu Joint Custody Association for the legislation of joint nurture) sponsored a demo in Nagoya on the 31st of July followed by a symposium related to Parental Abduction, Joint Custody, and Parental Alienation. Five fathers spoke at the symposium after the demo. Goto-sensei was the keynote speaker at the symposium. NHK and the Chunichi shimbun were at the symposium and plan to do stories on the issue.
Street protest for Joint Custody and the Hague, a.k.a., Happy Fatherless Day March (6/20/10). A group of 50 to 60 left-behind fathers, mothers, and friends assembled in Shibuya, Tokyo, and marched through the center of town, carrying banners and picket signs and raising our voices loudly to urge Japan to establish Joint Custody for parents upon divorce and for the country to sign the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction. Japan's legal system inexplicably awards "shinken" (i.e., parental rights) to only one parent upon divorce. In addition, as the only G-7 country not to sign the Hague Convention, Japan has become world famous as a haven for kidnappers, and has never required any of its nationals who have engaged in parental child abduction to return kidnapped children to the countries in which they grew up.