Why China is the new Japanese tourist hotspot

Japan has been the world’s biggest tourist destination for decades.

It is the only country that has never experienced the Great Depression and still holds the title of world’s most popular destination.

Here are five things you need to know about it. 1.

Japan’s tourism industry has grown more than 100% over the past decade.

As of January 2018, Japan has approximately 8.3 million visitors annually, making it the most visited country in the world.

While it is not yet the largest country, it is the largest economy and it is growing rapidly.

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The Japanese economy has grown so much that it has become more than twice as large as China’s.

The Tokyo Metropolitan Government estimates that Japan’s GDP reached $8.1 trillion in 2018, up more than 40% from a year earlier.

The number of jobs in Japan grew by almost 50% to 3.4 million in the same year.

The country has a very high degree of social stability, which is why the government has invested heavily in improving its quality of life.

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Japan is the most popular tourist destination in China.

A survey conducted by China Travel Association in 2015 showed that 70% of Chinese tourists to Japan in 2018 would return.

The same poll found that 80% of Japanese visitors to China would recommend Japan to their friends.

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Japan has a high level of social trust and a highly developed culture.

The culture of Japan is unique.

The nation’s first president, Meiji Emperor Hirohito, was known as the “Great Emperor.”

His reign ushered in an era of high nationalism, but also of tolerance, compassion, and tolerance for others.

The Emperor also instituted the first law that required Japanese citizens to wear the national flag in public and to use Japanese language.

Japan was the first country to recognize the rights of foreigners and the first to offer equal citizenship to non-Japanese people.

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Japanese people are extremely proud of their culture and history.

Japanese society is highly developed and has been in existence for more than 10,000 years.

People often celebrate birthdays, holidays, weddings, and other special events.

They are known to sing and dance at festivals.

The most popular cultural event in Japan is Shinto festivals, which are held annually on July 10.

The festivals are held in many different places, including Tokyo, Osaka, and Fukuoka.

Learn more about the Japanese culture.