Home sharing can boost more than tourism in Japan

Home-sharing services such as Airbnb are illegal in Japan, except in Osaka and Ota Ward of Tokyo. A move is now afoot to change the law and advocates should persevere as such services could provide a needed support to the country’s growing tourism sector …
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