Surge in visitors to Japan attributed to S. Korean tourists

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. “More young (South Korean) people are …
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