Ipads Ensure Tourists in Japan Not Lost in Translation: Video
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Ipads Ensure Tourists in Japan Not Lost in Translation: Video

Nov. 19 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Mike Firn reports from Tokyo on Japan's efforts to attract more overseas visitors. The number of Chinese travelers to Japan rose to a record 137,500 in September. Last month Japan and the U.S. signed an Open Skies treaty erasing limits on flights and setting the stage for greater collaboration between the nations' airlines. (Source: Bloomberg) (Bloomberg)

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