This Gritty Japanese City Is Asia’s New Tourist Hotspot

“This inbound tourism has brought a growth chance to sectors such as the retail and restaurant business, which were shrinking due to population decline,” said Kimihiro Etoh, a Bank of Japan executive and manager of the Osaka branch. Osaka was traditionally …
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