Japan's tourism in tough situation amid nuclear crisis

09:32, April 21, 2011      

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A rickshaw puller seeks passengers outside Senso-ji Temple in Tokyo, Japan, April 20, 2011. The plunge in foreign tourist numbers to Japan following a string of natural calamities and a nuclear crisis has put the key industry in a tough situation, particularly with crucial Asian markets, its tourism agency head said on Wednesday. The number of foreign visitors fell by half in March compared with that of last year. (Xinhua/Ji Chunpeng)
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