Mak Ying Kwan, Singapore  (2008-01-31)

JAPAN received a record 8,349,200 arrivals in 2007, a 13.8 per cent growth over 2006.

South Korea and Taiwan remained the top two source markets last year with 22.8 per cent and 5.8 per cent increases, respectively, compared to the ..." />
 
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Japan achieves record arrivals
 
Mak Ying Kwan, Singapore  (2008-01-31)

JAPAN received a record 8,349,200 arrivals in 2007, a 13.8 per cent growth over 2006.

South Korea and Taiwan remained the top two source markets last year with 22.8 per cent and 5.8 per cent increases, respectively, compared to the previous 12 months.

China was the fourth largest market in 2006 but climbed up to third position with 16.2 per cent higher arrivals in 2007. It overtook the United States, whose 0.1 per cent decrease in arrivals saw it drop from third to fourth place.

Arrivals from Singapore grew by 31 per cent, with 151,800 arrivals in 2007. This made it the 10th largest inbound market to Japan, up from the 11th position it held in 2006.

 
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