While some previous reports in Japanese claimed several factors as important and effective to attract foreign visitors to Japan, namely inbound visitors, this report may be the one of a few with scientific and quantitative data analysis to back up the findings. Respondents' profiles were collected at the same time so that we can not only view the general profiles of respondents but also conduct advanced statistical analyses.
Japan -- Description and travel -- Research; Tourism -- Japan; Travelers -- Japan
Japan International Transport Institute, USA
The Dick Pope Sr. Institute for Tourism Studies
Rosen College of Hospitality Management
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Pizam, Abraham and Hara, Tadayuki, "Tourism to Japan: Quantitative analyses on perceived image of Japan as a Travel Destination" (2010). Dick Pope Sr. Institute Publications. 13.