New Japan hotels must be wheelchair accessible before Tokyo 2020

New hotels in Japan with more than 50 rooms will be required to provide wheelchair-friendly accommodation, the government said Tuesday, as the country gears up to host the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and Para…
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