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Although difficult economic circumstances in Japan in the 1990s have led to developments in the tourist industry, aiming for 7 million foreign visitors by 2007, only 4.75 million foreign tourists visited Japan in 2000 , whereas more than 17 million Japanese tourists spent holidays abroad in that...

Author(s)
Béal, L.
Publisher
Editions Touristiques Européennes, Paris, France
Citation
Espaces, Tourisme & Loisirs, 2002, No.196, pp 15-20
Abstract

This paper examines trends in key source markets for tourism to Vietnam, namely China, Japan and the USA. It analyses the potential tourist demand from these markets in 2010 using two complementary methods: the Delphi method and the Box-Jenkins technique. The results of the Delphi method show that ...

Author(s)
Tan Vo Thanh
Publisher
Téoros, Universite de Quebec à Montréal, Montréal, Canada
Citation
Téoros, Revue de Recherche en Tourisme, 2010, 29, 1, pp 100-108
Abstract

The Japanese tourism market has display continued growth. The number of Japanese tourists travelling abroad increased from 353 000 in 1964 to 4 948 000 in 1985. France was the most popular destination with 483 000 Japanese visitors. In order to ascertain the exact nature of Japanese tourism, the...

Author(s)
Pinot, P.
Citation
Espaces, 1988, No. 89, pp 36-42
Abstract

Based on an analysis of statistics derived predominantly from the World Tourism Organization, the article examines, within an international perspective, France's role and functions as both a tourism destination country and as a source of tourists, looking at France's position in the world league...

Author(s)
Tinard, Y.
Citation
Espaces (Paris), 1997, 1997, 144, pp 36-44
Abstract

In Kii Tanabe or even in the Kii peninsula, no famous restaurant as the ones which can be found in French countryside can be named. In spite of this, the richness of the culinary culture of this small city, located far away from the large urban regions cannot be denied. It gives a very good example ...

Author(s)
Guichard-Anguis, S.
Publisher
Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 35044 Rennes Cedex ,
Citation
Norois, 2011, No.219, pp 23-39
Abstract

The success of manga and Japanese animation in France has contributed to the dissemination of a number of images of the country and its culture, and fans have built their imagination of Japan in this context. Among these elements, the themes of love, seduction and sexuality occupy an important...

Author(s)
Sabre, C.
Publisher
Téoros, Universite de Quebec à Montréal, Montréal, Canada
Citation
Téoros, Revue de Recherche en Tourisme, 2018, 37, 2, pp 5
Abstract

New actors, new technologies and new needs are revolutionizing concierge services. This collection of 19 articles focuses on this revolution and is structured around four main parts with the following headings: (1) customizing hotel services; (2) streamlining the travel experience; (3) opening the...

Publisher
Editions Touristiques Européennes, Paris, France
Citation
Espaces, Tourisme & Loisirs, 2017, No.336, pp 47-121
Abstract

An increasing number of tourism operators are showing interest in the 'honeymoon market'. Although the honeymoon is hardly a new concept, it is becoming increasingly popular to travel to far-flung parts of the world, staying in expensive hotels, thus providing considerable profit for travel...

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Espaces (Paris), 1994, No. 126, pp 17-36
Abstract

Domestic tourism in Japan, as yet a relatively unexplored field, is original in character, owing to the structure, culture and traditions preserved in Japanese society. Despite relatively high living costs, the high incomes per caput make tourism affordable. Holidays are short, each person being...

Author(s)
Barbier, B.
Citation
Problemy Turystyki, 1987, 10, 1, pp 109-121
Abstract

The number of foreign tourists in Vietnam increased from 215 000 in 1989 to 1716 000 in 1997. In 1995, most tourists (17.9%) came from Taiwan, followed by France (9.5%) and Japan (9.4%). Future prospects for the development of the tourist industry are discussed.

Author(s)
Stafford, J.; Sarrasin, B.
Citation
Téoros, Revue de Recherche en Tourisme, 2000, 19, 1, pp 67-71

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