Yokohama plans guide service to keep business travelers in city

YOKOHAMA–City government officials here are testing an online “matching” program aimed at keeping business travelers–and their wallets–in Yokohama during their spare time. Crowds of non-Japanese visit this port city for business purposes, but many …
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