|Above, Senso-Ji temple in Asakusa is accessible to travelers with disabilities. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
Many people with disabilities would like to visit foreign countries, such as Japan, but are unsure if they can be accommodated with easy access.
Fortunately, there's a website that will provide such information for those with disabilities: Accessible Japan.
According to Inside Japan Tours:
Josh Grisdale has cerebral palsy and has been living in Tokyo for nearly a decade. He runs Accessible Japan – a source of information on accessibility in Japan including general tips, hotel information, tourist attraction reviews and more.
You can follow Accessible Japan on Facebook and Twitter.To read more, go here.