For important guests and good hosts I say.
His remarks are not true.
He tried not to keep the laws of Japan.
He kept neglecting the obligation to send passport photos from before his stay.
Originally, we could choose not to let him stay.
But then he was too poor so we searched for each other's compromises.
He promised to send us a passport picture immediately after check-in.
But he kept ignoring us.
We asked him many times during his stay, but he did not obey.
On the last day of his stay, we waited for him to return to the room and we asked him to send her a passport photo again.
That is 22:30.
After that, we sent a message to him several times, but he kept ignoring us.
He will check out the following morning.
We had no choice but to visit his room.
That was before 0:00.
I knocked down sparingly.
Because other important guests are staying on both sides.
He continued to ignore us as well.
As a final announcement to him "I will have to report you to the police as we are ordered by the Japanese government as it is"
"And we sent a message to him that we had to enter the room with the police."
Then he came out immediately.
This is 1:30.
We kept him waiting outside for over an hour and a half.
We endured the report to the police for him.
He was a very irreverent attitude.
And he has declared us to retaliate.
He threatened to write down a negative review and lower our evaluation.
"Other Japanese hosts did not ask for such things".
If that is true, the hosts are breaking Japanese law.
The hosts will be disqualified from the Japanese government.
He checked out and he reported a lie to Airbnb.
He reported it as a "serious matter related to crime".
He made Airbnb stop listing all of our rooms.
He complained to Airbnb that we are installing a camouflage camera in the room.
Airbnb asked him where his camera was found.
But he could not say the position of the camera.
He could not even submit evidence pictures.
Naturally, because such things are not in the room from the beginning.
Voyeurism is a crime.
If that is true, he should appeal to the police, not Airbnb.
The Kagoshima Central Police Station is on the immediate side.
But he did not do it.
He appealed to Airbnb only.
Naturally, because that is a falsehood of his "harassment for us".
His lies were proved in Airbnb's investigation and our listing recovered in a day.
It is the first time we have met such a cunning and sneaky guest.
We are obliged to observe the law as an administrator.
I have an obligation to protect other important guests.
We have dealt with all guests' convenience top priority.
Of course he is as well.
We responded with extreme caution so as not to be disadvantaged by him.
But he misunderstood it and gave us a terrible and domineering attitude and humiliation.
We think that the Airbnb system is built on the host-guest trust relationship.
I can not build a relationship of trust with him who tells lies / lies like this.
I can not recommend him as a guest.