Japan's hotels seek out foreign staff as customer base grows

OSAKA — One day in early March, a 28-year-old woman from Canada was in the lobby of the Rihga Royal Hotel conversing with a guest in fluent Japanese. Rachael Buell has been working for the hotel in Osaka since last year in the guest relations group …
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