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Thursday, February 12, 2015

4Hoteliers: Focus On Tokyo

Above, a view looking towards the Yurakucho Mullion and Ginza from Hibiya. Photo by Armand Vaquer.

4Hoteliers.com has posted some interesting foreign visitor statistics on Tokyo, Japan.

They begin their article with:
With a population of just over 13 million people, and one of the world’s highest population densities, Tokyo is known as a city creative in adapting and reusing space;  
As the political and financial capital of Japan and a global financial centre, Tokyo has received much attention from domestic and foreign investors looking for opportunistic investments or a first step into the market. 
Tourists and hoteliers have benefitted from currency shifts and economic swings, though with the country once again officially in recession it remains to be seen how long the spotlight will last. This article features the city’s tourism climate and trading performance of luxury hotels, as well as the future looking forward.
 To read the article, go here.

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