Соответствующая норма
Japan
Practice Relating to Rule 119. Accommodation for Women Deprived of Their Liberty
Japan’s Law concerning the Treatment of Prisoners of War and Other Detainees in Armed Attack Situations (2004) states:
(Inquiry for Recognition of Internment Status)
Article 11(3) The recognition officer of internment status [a position that includes designated commanding officers] may inspect the personal effects or body of captive persons when it is necessary for recognition of internment status; provided, however, that the inspection of a female captive person’s body shall be conducted by female staff members of the Self-Defense Forces, except for emergency cases.
(Body Search)
Article 45 The Self-Defense Forces personnel designated by the prisoner-of-war camp commander may, if necessary to maintain discipline and order in the prisoner-of-war camp, search a detainee’s body, clothes, personal belongings, and living quarters, and deprive the detainee of any personal belongings, and temporarily take custody thereof; provided, however, that the search of the body and clothes of a female detainee shall be conducted by the female Self-Defense Forces personnel designated by the prisoner-of-war camp commander. 
Japan, Law concerning the Treatment of Prisoners of War and Other Detainees in Armed Attack Situations, 2004, Articles 11(3) and 45.