Prosecutors read out a statement accusing Michael Taylor, a former Green Beret, and Peter Taylor of arranging to hide Ghosn in box for musical equipment.
Michael Taylor, a former Green Beret, and his son Peter Taylor are suspected in the Houdini-like operation where Ghosn hid in a box for music equipment loaded onto a Lebanon-bound private jet.
Ghosn is campaigning to clear his name against multiple legal challenges in France after Japanese accusations triggered scrutiny of his activities there.
The ruling Thursday came in a case in which Ghosn sought to have his 2018 sacking from the Nissan-Mitsubishi B.V. overturned and demanded 15 million euros ($16.5 million) in compensation.
Tokyo District Prosecutors have been questioning Michael Taylor and his son Peter since they were extradited from the United States earlier this month.
The Tokyo District Court's decision came a day after Ghosn promised to wear an electronic ankle bracelet, give up his passport and pay for security guards approved by prosecutors to gain release.
Police suspect the automobile maker of putting in place strategies "with the objective of creating false results for anti-pollution tests", and so to be seen to be complying with European regulations.