Currently, with the default segmentation rule for Japanese, any quotation mark (") after a full stop (such as 。) is included at the end of the previous segment, rather than at the beginng of the next segment.
However, this behavior is often inappropriate as in the case below:
Current default segmentation results
Unlike European languages, it is impossible in Japanese to determine where to divide segments based on spaces, as no spaces are placed between words. So, it is inappropriate to always place single and double quotes (' and ") which are indistinguishable as to whether they are opening or closing quotation marks are placed after a full stop (such as 。) at the end of segment.
So, it would be better to change the default Japanese segmentation rule so that double quotation marks following a full stop are not included in the previous segment.