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Japan's hotel room crunch might be a glut

New survey sees 65,000 rooms being added by 2020

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A fog settles over Tokyo, which surveys say might have too few hotel rooms by 2020 -- or too many.   © Kyodo

TOKYO -- Japan is fretting about running out of hotel rooms as foreign tourist numbers surge and as the capital prepares to host the 2020 Olympics.

But do entire countries really light up the "sorry, no vacancy" sign?

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