Airbnb says forced to cancel bookings under new Japan law

Rental site Airbnb said Thursday it had been forced by Japanese authorities to cancel thousands of reservations ahead of a new law regulating short-term rentals, apologising for the “extraordinary disruption.” “This stinks — and that’s an understatement …
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