Posted March 07, 2019 07:00:51 Japan’s popular holiday destination, Tokyo, may be the most popular tourist destination in the world, but the country’s capital has yet to come to terms with a similar holiday season as the United States, where the number of visitors to the city has steadily grown.
While there’s been plenty of excitement surrounding Japan’s latest tourism season, there’s also been some concern about how it might affect the city’s long-term sustainability.
In a study by the city of Tokyo and the International Association of Tourism Consultants, visitors to Tokyo and other Tokyo-area locations are expected to increase by nearly 100 million visitors by 2021 and the number to the United Kingdom will increase by more than a million people.
But, it doesn’t sound like the number will be that much bigger.
The survey’s authors said that Tokyo’s annual tourism revenues will be roughly 20 percent lower than those of the United State by 2021.
According to the survey, tourism revenues are expected, on average, to be lower by 25 percent than that of the U.S. in 2021, while the Japanese tourism industry is expected to experience the largest decrease.
The study said that Japan’s economy could shrink by between 20 percent and 40 percent by 2021 due to the decrease in tourism revenues.
While Tokyo has long been criticized for its lack of sustainability, the results of the new survey are a bit different.
The Japanese government has already decided to reduce the number by 50 percent by 2020.
The number of tourists is expected, in addition, to drop by 10 percent in 2020 and a further 30 percent in 2021.
The city of Kobe is the second-largest city in Japan with a population of over 9 million.
It’s estimated that over 80 percent of the city is within a 10-minute walk of a train station and there are over 600 restaurants and bars within walking distance of the train station.
According the survey results, the city may see a 10 percent drop in tourism by 2020 due to lower tourism revenues and a 20 percent drop due to a decline in the number people visiting the city.
The findings were presented to the media at a press conference in Kobe by city officials on March 8.
The survey asked respondents whether they’d be more likely to visit Japan if the number was reduced to the same level as the U and UK.
Of the more than 20,000 respondents, 50 percent said they would be more inclined to visit the city if the city had a similar number of people visiting annually.