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Published on 13/12/2018
» MANILA: Tourism officials said on Thursday the Philippines will surpass this year its target of attracting 600,000 tourists from Japan, its fourth top source of foreign tourists.
Published on 25/11/2018
» OSAKA: People in Japan, especially those in Osaka and its vicinity, have expressed delight at news the city was picked to host World Expo 2025.
Published on 25/03/2018
» HONG KONG: With trips to Japan being so popular among people from Hong Kong, Tokyo sees the city as a testing ground for trying out various initiatives and analysing behavioural patterns as it seeks to attract more foreign tourists.
Published on 24/07/2017
» TOKYO - The surge of foreign visitors to Japan in the first half of this year to a record 13.76 million is primarily attributable to a rise in South Korean tourists, particularly those arriving on low-cost carriers.
» TOKYO -- Major Japanese carriers All Nippon Airways and Japan Airlines are offering more options for in-flight meals amid a rise in foreign passengers and fierce competition with low-cost carriers, the companies said.
Published on 23/10/2016
» TOKYO - With signs of a slowdown in foreign tourists' spending at the main urban shopping centres in Japan, officials and businesses in regional cities in Japan are aiming to draw greater interest in their untapped tourism resources as repeat visitors from abroad increase.
Published on 15/06/2016
» TOKYO - The number of foreign visitors to Japan has been increasing at the fastest pace this year, with more than 10 million already visiting the country as of June 5, the head of the Japan Tourism Agency said Wednesday.
Published on 03/04/2016
» TOKYO - Japan now aims to welcome 40 million foreign visitors annually by 2020 -- double the previous target -- and 60 million by 2030, under a new government tourism strategy.
Published on 19/03/2016
» TOKYO — Japan's tourism sector represents a rare bright spot for the country's economy thanks to an increasing number of foreign visitors, many of whom are venturing beyond the well-trodden "golden route" encompassing Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka.
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