Japan reaches out to devout travelers with religious accommodations

TOKYO — A prayer room opened in Tokyo Station on Monday, the latest effort by Japan to attract more Muslims, Buddhists and other religiously observant tourists from Asia. The 8-sq.-meter space is located in the station’s travel service center. The space …
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