Japan’s home-sharing offerings evaporate ahead of new regulations

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan, which just months ago had tens of thousands of Airbnb and home-sharing properties available, has approved only about 150 before a new law kicks in next week, meant to bring order to the market and create more lodging options for …
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