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Hostel in Sapporo suspected of offering foreign tourists ‘work’ for accommodation, arrests made

Police in Tokyo yesterday (Oct. 11, 2016) arrested three management members of a company responsible for a youth hostel in Sapporo on suspicion of violating immigration laws by allowing overseas tourists staying at the hostel to work in exchange for their accommodation. Guests at the Khaosan Sapporo Family Hostel in the city’s Chuo District, are alleged to have worked as ‘cleaners’ at the facility in exchange for free the accommodation.
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