Japan's 7-Eleven bans pornographic magazines in run-up to Olympics

  The Guardian 
Country’s biggest convenience store chain latest to take action ahead of expected arrival of millions of foreign tourists Two major convenience store chains in Japan are to end sales of pornographic magazines before the Rugby World Cup and Tokyo Olympics, citing concerns the material may tarnish the country’s image amid an expected surge in foreign visitors. 7-Eleven Japan and Lawson said they wo
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