Also were men given the right to vote during the Restoration?
After the Meiji-Restoration, Christianity, and all religions were legalized, and according to the article I read, were "promulgated."
In 1890, after the Restoration, the wealthiest men (about 1% of the population), were allowed to vote for parliament. By 1925, all men were allowed.
http://afe.easia.columbia.edu/special/japan_1750_meiji.htm (See social and economic changes)