Airbnb took a big hit in Japan that left thousands of travelers with no lodging

But a new amendment to Japan’s Hotels and Inns Act (passed in 1947) now requires anyone participating in a home-sharing (like the sort offered via Airbnb) to register their property and include a license number in their listing before June 15. That’s all …
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