A Study of Japanese Travel Habits and Patterns: Results of an Exploratory Study Assimilating Secondary Data and Personal Interviews with Individuals Representing Organizations of the Japanese Travel Trade, Volume 2
U.S. Travel Service, Office of Research and Analysis, 1974 - Tourism
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Page 51 - ... restrictions, travel trade structure within the market, transportation factors, and competitive conditions. Language fears can be a deterrent. A Study of Japanese Travel Habits and Patterns (Vol. 2) indicated, for example, that "the language problem is by far the greatest difficulty that travelers anticipate on their visits to any US destination. Nearly two out of three expect to have difficulties.