Japan To Loosen Rules n Home Rentals So You Can Truly Live Like A Local

As of next month, a new law will go into effect regulating minpaku, or private residences that are let out as short-term rentals, much like Airbnb, reports The Japan Times. Currently, home and property owners must apply for a license if they want to rent …
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