Did you know that Japan had 40-year history of strict rent control? There was a nationwide regulation called the Rent Control Act, implemented in 1939, 1940 and 1946. Under this Act, landlords could only charge rents that were within the limits set by the government. They couldn’t raise rents without obtaining government approval.

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