Accessible Japan

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Japan is a truly wonderful country, filled with ancient history and contemporary modern appeal. But being disabled while experiencing this fascinating and exhilarating land can be a bit of a challenge, especially when most of the information on accessibility in Japan is only in Japanese.

Even though you might be adventurous at heart, it’s still a good idea to have some information before you embark on your journey to Japan. This is how Accessible Japan was born – based on a combination of both the good and bad experiences of traveling in a wheelchair, it’s a website dedicated to collecting everything there is to know about accessibility in Japan. We have general information on accessibility, info on trains and the shinkansen bullet train, accessible toilets, a phrasebook for persons with disabilities, a growing database of information – including accessible hotels and tourist attractions – and a blog, full of useful tips and advice. Our main goal is supplying you with all the information you need!

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Paolo Tajani is the co-founder and growth hacker of AyeCode LTD. With his business partner Stiofan, they are the makers of the GeoDirectory, UsersWP and Invoicing plugins for WordPress. Paolo developed his first WordPress website in 2008. In 2011 he met Stiofan O'Connor and together they started building and marketing successful themes and plugins for WordPress. Today their products are used by +100.000 active websites.