Consumer Rights Japan is a not-for-profit organization aimed to protect consumers from unsafe, unfair or unethical practice.The members of Consumer Rights Japan have professional skills in consumer advocacy and global networking.We are independent, unconstrained by businesses or political parties.
We are passionate in consumer protection relating with...
･･･sustainable and ethical consumption
･･･digital, global, cross-border B to C contracts
･･･ISO, self-regulations and mandatory regulations
･･･and other issues
Chief Director： Amy KatoAmy Kato is Chief director of Consumer Rights Japan, not-for-profit organization supported by various specialists of consumer issues. Amy has a license of the Consumer Affairs Consultant certified by National Consumer Affairs Center of Japan and has worked for the government, industries, consumer organizations, NGOs, academia and other related organizations. She holds an MA from Japan Women’s University. She grew up in Thailand and Australia. She is an alumni of the United States International Visitor Leadership Program.
Director： Emiko AmanoAssociate Professor
Director： Yumiko HorieCurrent position: Advocacy Manager, Save the Children Japan
Senior Advisor / Specialist： Chizuko KurodaChizuko Kuroda is a specialist who has long experience in investigating consumer policy and consumer movement. She has a national certificate for consumer affairs specialist and has various work-experience in administration and industries. She is a lecturer of financial related consumer affairs and a Court mediator. Chizuko is a director of consumer organization “Japan Association of Consumer Affairs Specialists”.
Partner OrganizationInternet Society Japan Chapter
【Global Statement】Consumer and digital rights groups call on the international joint initiative on e-commerce to safeguard data protection and privacy
【Talented Consumer Advocate】student-member / UN International Youth Day