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The feature includes six articles describing the conference facilities available in 45 cities in Japan. After an introductory paper on the general facilities in Japan individual articles deal with facilities in the major centres of Osaka, Tokyo, Fukui, Kanazawa and Toyama. A final table lists the...

Citation
TW, Tagungs-Wirtschaft, 1997, 21, 3, pp 143-157
Abstract

The slow down in economic growth and employment in the 26 OECD countries was accompanied by a slow down in the growth of international tourism. As a result the increase in OECD international tourism (nights lodgings) which had been 11% in 1993/1994 is estimated at only 3% in 1994/1995. While for...

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STV Bulletin, 1996, No. 2, pp 6-8
Abstract

This comparative geographical study examines the processes and conditions associated with the development of winter resorts in Austria and Japan. Historical and spatial analyses are provided, and three main elements are examined: the winter sports tourists, the sports and skiing facilities provided ...

Author(s)
Kureha, M.
Publisher
Institute of Geography, University of Innsbruck, Innsbruck, Austria
Citation
Wintersportgebiete in Österreich und Japan., 1995, pp 188 pp.
Abstract

The section contains several articles on incentive tourism in selected countries. Jordan: motivation by Bedouins (Klesse, p.17) describes some of Jordan's main natural attractions, historical and cultural features and heritage, accommodation, food, transport links and nomadic peoples which all form ...

Author(s)
Klesse, H. J. (et al)
Citation
Geschäftsreise, 1989, 22, 9, pp 17-23
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