Did you understand the situation of “Inbound” and our efforts in Japan? Because of the yearly increase of overseas visitors, various approaches are being made toward them. However, this is just a mere part of it. As “Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games” being held soon, the efforts of hospitality are spreading. Try to find them in your daily lives.
Japan, which is burdened with a number of issues such as the declining birthrate with the aging population and its self-sufficiency is reducing, puts significant efforts towards “Inbound” projects.
In considering Japan's position of retail industries, the increasing demand has a great potential for its economic development. However, it has some difficulty to be fully successful with the tourism.
Moreover, the number of “Inbound” tourists and the employment of people overseas speaking multiple languages are increasing. If this number continues to increase, the opportunity for the Japanese to speak foreign languages will be higher, followed by the change of both our culture and eating habits. What will happen to our traditional culture and lives?
It is valuable for every single Japanese to cope with globalization today. Learning English, improving communication skills, being able to talk with people overseas through effort will be important for us. “Matching” policy connected with aging society and “Inbound” tourism, which elderly people hosting overseas visitors might be necessaryZ.
The exhibition, “Osaka-Kansai Japan Expo” will be held in Osaka after the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games. As the number of “Inbound” tourists will increase, our culture will be widely spread to the world and the “Inbound” industry will grow immensely as a key industry.