Why 80% of Japan’s Airbnb listings have disappeared

More stringent laws governing minpaku or private lodging services have apparently led to a drastic wipeout of Japan listings on the popular short-term rental site Airbnb. The archipelagic nation is now home to just 13,800 Airbnb properties for rental …
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