|Above, the hot spring resort town of Atami. Photo by Armaand Vaquer.|
A new survey will be targeting first-time visitors to Japan to see what interests them the most.
Nikkei Asian Review reported:
TOKYO -- New market research will identify the places, activities and food that appeal to people who have never been to Japan, information vital to meeting the needs of international visitors.
Similar surveys generally target people who have visited the country before. The new service, from Bluemoon Marketing, will launch in April and aim to show potential demand among foreigners with no prior visits.
Men and women aged 18-69 will be asked if they are interested in visiting Japan and the cities and tourist attractions they would most want to see.
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