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Japan's home-sharing registrations off to a rocky start

Hosts worry about stifling local regulations

Many home-sharing hosts complain that strict local rules have made national deregulation meaningless.

TOKYO -- Almost none of the tens of thousands of Airbnb accommodations in Japan were registered under the new law on the first day of filing Thursday, a sign that hosts are wary of extra rules from their local governments. 

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