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In Japan, 60 years later will be allowed to dance in nightclubs again.
The Cabinet of Ministers of Japan approved an amendment to the law prohibiting dancing in clubs at night, TASS reported.
Under a law introduced in the late 40s, clubs that kept the dance floor open after midnight had to obtain a special "adult establishment" license, which in turn placed additional restrictions on them. The rest of the clubs were instructed to put all visitors out of the door and close at midnight.
Now nightclubs will be able to work without a special license, but on condition that the minimum degree of illumination in the halls is maintained. It is installed at the mark in 10 suite, which roughly corresponds to the lighting in the cinema hall before the session. It is expected that the amendment will be approved by the lower house of the Japanese Parliament during the current autumn session.