‘Airbnb refugees’ in Japan seek ways around regulatory roadblocks

Asked how they planned to respond to the legal changes regarding accommodations in Japan, a Nikkei Asian Review social media survey of 198 internet users planning a trip found that 29% said they would use home-sharing services registered with authorities.
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