i am happy of this law, I am living in Kyoto and "certified pilot" with 2 drones, each: 6 props and 2kg!
I saw tons of people (90% tourists) flying over famous areas or in parks without respecting any rules...
now there is "no drone allowed" at many entrances of temples/shrines/parks, for those reasons
Droning is pretty serious when we know the density of population in Japan, as it can injure easily anyone!
Redtail Swift: seriously? you truly believe that trying to protect people from dumb accidents will bring japan to a dictat?
If nothing bad happened they will not take this kind of rules...
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