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35.8 Thousand Russians Visited Japan In the First Half Of 2017
25.07.2017 10:17
35.8 Thousand Russians Visited Japan In the First Half Of 2017
(Source: http://www.regard.ru/catalog)

35.8 thousand Russians visited Japan in the first half of 2017, which is 40.6% more than a year ago, Interfax-Tourism reported to the Japan National Tourism Agency (JNTO). "The number of Russian citizens who entered the country in June 2017 increased by 58% compared to the same period of last year and amounted to 5.6 thousand. In the past year in June, Japan was visited by 3.5 thousand Russians," the JNTO noted.

      The agency believes that the growth of the tourist flow is facilitated by the simplification of getting Japanese visas from January 2017, the reduction of tariffs for air tickets to Japan, as well as the increase in the number of direct flights from the cities of the Far East.




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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