Brown rice restaurant owners shuttered after police arrest on domestic violence charge

A restaurant owner in western Japan has been arrested after police said they arrested him on charges of domestic violence.

The restaurant, which has been closed since June because of a lack of business, was reopened on Monday after police found an assault charge against the owner.

Police said the restaurant’s owner, Tetsuro Uehara, 36, was arrested on suspicion of violating a court order for him to surrender his home.

We will not accept a customer who has been charged with a domestic violence offense,” Otsukas office said in a statement.”

We are currently investigating the matter as to whether there were any other injuries to the customer.”

“We will not accept a customer who has been charged with a domestic violence offense,” Otsukas office said in a statement.

Police have not yet released a suspect name.

Police did not specify whether Uehars criminal history included charges of assault.

Ueharas lawyer told the Yomiuri Shimbun newspaper on Tuesday that the police investigation was ongoing.