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Lure Tourists to Japan with Free Airline Tickets16. ockober 2011 14:50 | Travel
Tourism in Japan has been heavily hit by the tsunami and nuclear accident that followed in Fukushima. The Tourism Ministry in Japan is going to use unconventional ways to increase tourism in the country.
Their plan is to give 10,000 travelers free airline tickets to Japan – but the 10,000 lucky ones have to pay for their accommodation themselves.
Participants will soon be able to register on the website of the Tourism Ministry of Japan where they will have to explain to which part of the country they would like to travel to. Most likely those who plan to travel to Tohuku in the north part of the country will have more chance of getting free tickets as the Fukushima nuclear power plant is located there. Obviously, that part of the country has been hit the most.
Tourists in Japan dropped almost half during the first few months following the devastating floods. This summer, the number of tourists was only about 2/3 compared to the summer before.
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