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'Minshuku' are cheap lodging houses or their management in a tourist resort. Most of them are operated by farmers and fishers as their side work. 'Minshuku' has rapidly developed since 1960 with the increase of recreational demands in Japan. The 'Minshuku' regions which have developed since then...

Author(s)
Ishii, H.
Citation
Human Geography, 1977, 29, 1, pp 1-25
Abstract

In this study attention is focussed on two variables, age and sex in an attempt to analyse and account for demographic variations in international travel. Destinations are identified as being male- orfemale-orientated and as attracting predominantly youthful, middle-aged or elderly travellers....

Author(s)
Pearce, D. G.
Citation
Tourist Review, 1978, 3, 1, pp 4-8
Abstract

The book examines many facets of tourism and its impact on environmentally sensitive areas. Case studies of experiences in Japan, Mexico, Israel, France, Germany, England, the Netherlands, and Australia detail a variety of attempts to try to resolve the disputes and dilemmas arising from tourism...

Author(s)
Bosselman, F. P.
Publisher
The Conservation Foundation., Washington, D.C., USA
Citation
In the wake of the tourist. Managing special places in eight countries., 1978, pp 278pp.
Abstract

The master plan for tourism development on the Koiwai Farm is outlined. The plan is on three levels: overall, district and area. The historical background, natural environment, and the philosophy and objectives of the plan are covered.

Author(s)
Naito, T.
Citation
Forest Recreation Research, 1978, 2, pp 1-10
Abstract

This publication has two parts, the first, dealing with an overview of tourism in Japan, has seven sections: (I) Statistical analysis of Japanese tourism for 1978; (II) Transportation; (III) Accommodation; (IV) Travel agency business; (V) Protection and development of tourist resources; (VI)...

Publisher
Tokyo., Japan
Citation
Tourism in Japan 1979., 1979, pp 66pp.
Abstract

The "awareness of leisure" is undergoing great changes in Japan, and leisure now occupies an important place in Japanese lives. Thus it is natural that there should be a growing focus on tourism, for which there has long been a high potential demand. Changes in tourism are discussed, together with...

Author(s)
Tokuhisa, T.
Citation
International Social Science Journal, 1980, 32, 1, pp 128-150
Abstract

In Japan the mass commercialization of tourism is in conflict with the protection of the environment, and there is a danger of destroying landscapes and over-developing leisure facilities. However the respect for tradition and national heritage still remain in the custom of group travel to spas,...

Author(s)
Scholler, P.
Citation
Erdkunde, 1980, 34, 2, pp 134-150
Abstract

The article considers possible areas of co-operation for planning and financing tourism development by explaining the technical and financial co-operative procedures used in Japan. After a review of the phases of the project cycle, and a description of the major Japan organizations involved in...

Author(s)
Nagamatsu, N.
Publisher
UNESCO Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP), Bangkok, Thailand
Citation
Proceedings of the ESCAP/WTO seminar-cum-workshop on investment and financing of tourism development projects and related infrastructures, Phuket, Thailand, 19-25 February, 1980, 1980, pp 24-33
Abstract

The first paper describes the new approaches which need to be developed by the recreation industry in order to respond effectively to changing market conditions. The Air-Index Japan multi-client co-operative study is highlighted in the next papers. The study surveys fulfil the need for attitudinal...

Author(s)
Price, H. A.; Hodel, G. H.; Bell, R. A.
Publisher
Travel and Tourism Research Association, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, University of Utah., Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
Citation
Innovation and creativity in travel research and marketing -- keys to survival and opportunity. TTRA Twelfth Annual Conference Proceedings, June 7-10, 1981., 1981, pp 265-289
Abstract

This report on visitors to Australia from Japan is a regional breakdown of a survey completed on all visitors from overseas to Australia. Part 1 covers total visitor arrivals by year, purpose of visit; age and sex; and length of stay. Part 2 presents: Visitor profiles; Overseas travel experience;...

Publisher
Melbourne, Australia
Citation
Survey of international visitors 1979-80 from Japan., 1981, pp 44pp.

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