Hostels and inns are Japan’s new art galleries

TOKYO — Some Japanese lodgings are getting into the art museum business. The reason is simple. “People spend at least seven to eight hours at a lodging facility,” said Yoshitaka Yazu, an artist and proprietor of a new hostel, “so you can get them to spend …
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