The court did not give a reason for the denial.
Some called for a boycott of the restaurant chain.
Ghosn, 64, and in custody since his Nov. 19 arrest, is due for a bail hearing Monday after his bail request was denied by a Tokyo court last week.
Ghosn, charged with three counts of financial misconduct, has been detained in Tokyo since his arrest on Nov. 19.
China's National Development and Reform Commission offered some support on Tuesday.
Ghosn's Nov. 19 arrest and subsequent dismissal by Nissan has deepened tensions with 43.4 percent-owner Renault.
Confined to an unheated cell, Ghosn has lost almost 7 pounds in two weeks, with meals of mainly rice and barley, she wrote.
The son has no direct contact with his father, and gets information via lawyers.
Washington and Beijing have been involved in a back-and-forth trade dispute throughout the course of last year.
Weakness in factory activity adds to a growing pile of indicators showing a Chinese economy that is struggling.
Ties between China and Canada have turned frosty since the arrest of a top Chinese executive in Vancouver.
It would be the latest step by the Trump administration to cut Huawei Technologies Cos Ltd and ZTE Corp out of the U.S. market.
Import tariffs on so-called alternative meals, which include rapeseed meal, cotton meal, sunflower meal and palm meal, will be removed from Jan. 1, 2019.
He has been confined since his arrest for alleged financial misconduct.
The eye screening program in Thailand follows a similar Google program in India.
Shares of U.S. automakers including General Motors Co and Ford Motor Co rose about 2 percent in premarket trading.
The IPO comes on the heels of an embarrassing massive service outage last week.
The company had been investigating possible financial misconduct by Ghosn and Representative Director Greg Kelly this year.
Shares of Chinese car dealers also perked up on hopes that such a move could revitalize the domestic auto market that is poised for its first annual sales contraction in decades amid cooling economic growth and a debilitating U.S.-China trade war.
Presidents Mauricio Macri of Argentina and Xi Jinping of China announced the more than 30 agriculture and investment deals during a state visit following the Group of 20 summit of leaders in Buenos Aires.