According to the government's report released in June, Japan's tourism industry turned in a surplus for the first time in over 50 years. This reflects that the nonstop popularity of Japanese food culture drives more travelers to Japan, and the expansion of tax-free eligible items generates more sales to international travelers to Japan, which conveniently coincides with weaker Japanese yen as well as the expansion of visa regulations for Asian passport holders. See the full report for the details of this great record for Japan.
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