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Where to Stay in Japan That's Not an Airbnb

In the last few days, thousands of travelers have been scrambling to find last-minute lodging for trips they’ve been planning for months, which is already difficult when you consider the traditional Japanese etiquette of booking stays far in advance. Fortunately, Airbnb is offering stranded travelers some vouchers for the full cost of their trip (and then some), 24/7 support, and other benefits for the inconvenience . They’re also able to get assistance from the Japan Travel Bureau to help find new accommodations. But these new private lodging regulations are likely going to affect Airbnb well after the month of June. Japan’s Nikkei newspaper noted that Airbnb had around 62,000 listings in Japan at the beginning of the year, but now the number has plummeted to only 13,800—nearly an 80% decrease. Some of those listings will return as hosts complete their registration for new licenses, but many won’t. Hosts are concerned the new regulations will drive potential guests away, or make it too hard to make money. One of the new laws, for example, says hosts can only rent out their private homes for 180 days out of the year . If a host had purchased a home specifically to rent out year-round, this law potentially cuts their yearly revenue in half, and certainly deters would-be renters from pursuing such a venture.

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Top 10 features of Japan trains

Photo by Morgan Calliope Japan’s infamous rush hour is a sight to behold — people packed in trains like sardines with hardly any breathing space, and even more commuters waiting on the platform. To fit the incredible number of people into the trains, stations employ “pushers” to physically push people into trains to allow the doors to close. This Japanese phenomenon is not to be missed during peak periods. You might expect a fair amount of chaos while taking the train in Japan, with the country boasting some of the busiest train stations in the world. While that might be true, the bustle in the stations is momentarily left behind between each stop as each train car is silent even when filled to the brim with passengers. There are rules that require mobile phones to be on silent mode and loud talking is also prohibited. And with most passengers compliant to the rules, you can enjoy a peaceful ride on the train. Some of the busiest stations in Japan have underground labyrinths that span across a huge area. Many major malls such as Shibuya 109 and Takashimaya have basement floors that are strategically linked to these stations’ exits to allow easy access for commuters. This design comes in handy on days with inclement weather as you will be sheltered throughout your journey.

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