1st Manga to Be Restricted by Revised Tokyo Law Listed

On April 14, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government presented the first specific list of titles that are being considered for restrictions under Tokyo's recently revised Youth Healthy Development Ordinance. The government presented the six titles during a meeting with the industry's Publishing Ethics Convention and Publishing Ethics Discussion Group. The revisions to the ordinance will go into effect on July 1. The revision will expand the number of manga and anime that fall under "harmful publications," the legal category of works that must not be sold or rented to people under the age of 18. Erotic material was already restricted before the amendment, but the amended law will also restrict the sales and renting of materials that the Tokyo Metropolitan Government considers "to be excessively disrupting of social order."
The publishers expressed concerns that the revised ordinance will diminish the manga creators and editors' ability to express themselves. Some of the publishers also asked to be notified of the standards for the revised ordinance before books are sold. Mika Sakurai, the section chief in charge of youth affairs at the government's Office for Youth Affairs and Public Safety, responded that the government cannot determine what works are subject to the law before release because it will not be clear until then. The following titles were on Tokyo Metropolitan Government's list for planned restrictions: Source: http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/
Oku-sama wa Shōgakusei (My Wife Is an Elementary Student) By Seiji Matsuyama
Aki Sora By Masahiro Itosugi
Lovers & Sharing (Kareshi Sharing) By Yashi Natsuba
Koibito 8-gō (Lover No. 8) By Makoto Ojiro
Hanamizawa Qtarō Jisenshū Hana-Hiyori By Qtarō Hanamizawa
Midori no Kisetsu (Blue-Green Season) By Maakō