Josh Grisdale: A Wheelchair User's Insight into Japanese Hospitality *RERUN
Originally from Canada, Josh Grisdale has cerebral palsy, is quadriplegic and has used a wheelchair from a very early age. In 2015 he created an English website on accessible tourism in Japan, which receives over 50,000 hits a year. Besides checking out facilities and tourist destinations all over Japan, he helps organize accessible tours. He believes that accessibility is relevant to today's rapidly aging society. He shares his thoughts on this and Japan's culture of hospitality on Face To Face.
World-class accessible toilet
Accessible ways to enjoy Japanese culture
Personally checking out the accessibility of tourist destinations in Japan