Japan Moves to Deregulate Private “Minpaku” Lodging

Under a new law in Japan, property owners will be able to rent out their homes to tourists beginning in June of this year. The move is expected to kick-start the “minpaku” (private residences rented out by owners) business ahead of the 2020 Tokyo …
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