The Japan Travel and Tourism Association (JATA) annual “Tourism Expo Japan” wrapped up today after a three-day run. It bills itself as the largest tourism expo in the world, and it is undoubtedly very sizeable. Filling up a whole wing of Tokyo Big Sight in Odaiba, there were booths representing all 47 prefectures of Japan as well as about 150 foreign nations. In all, close to a thousand companies and organizations participated.
Shibuya is one of Japan’s most iconic locations.
Lawmaker argues that wealth should be kept at home, and that building casinos in Japan may be just the ticket to keep it there.
The government deals itself all the cards in deciding what constitutes acceptable journalism about official policymaking.