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More Russian Tourists Go To Japan
27.01.2014 16:43
More Russian Tourists Go To Japan

The number of foreign travelers who visited Japan in 2013 exceeded 10 million people, which is 24 percent more than in 2012. The growth of the tourist flow from Russia to Japan made up 20 percent compared with 2012.

      The majority of tourists - 2.31 million people - came to Japan from Korea. They are followed by 2.17 million visitors from Taiwan; the third place is taken by 980 thousand tourists from China. The number of Thai travelers increased by 77 percent compared with the previous year and amounted to 440,000 people, this figure is the sixth in the top list of the number of foreign visitors to Japan. The share of Malaysian visitors to the Land of the rising sun also increased by 38 percent - up to 170,000 people, this figure is on the 10th place of the above-mentioned top list. It is noteworthy that the number of Chinese tourists in 2013 decreased by 6 percent compared to 2012.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Japan travel    

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