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An industry group representing ryokan inns and hotels nationwide has called for bigger restrictions on minpaku short-stay accommodation amid growing concerns over its popularity.

At a meeting in Tokyo on Wednesday attended by some 1,000 lodging operators, the All Japan Ryokan Hotel Association renewed its resolve to stop the practice, which it says is spreading quickly among Japanese homeowners.

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