Chinese tourists’ driver’s licenses raise red flags in Japan

TOKYO — Japanese police are looking into reports of Chinese tourists renting cars with fake international driver’s licenses. In early February, a traveler from Shanghai showed up at a car rental office near Naha Airport in Okinawa, his family in tow.
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