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Coca-Cola No. 1 in Japan with drinks galore, but not Coke

Coca-Cola No. 1 in Japan with drinks galore, but not Coke | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
EBINA, Japan (AP) — Coca-Cola has been the No. 1 beverage maker in Japan for half a century, but it's not thanks to the popularity of Coke. Instead, the American soft-drink brand has adapted to the quirky ways this society quenches its thirst.
Coca-Cola's nearly 1 million vending machines account for about half of all the vending machines in Japan. Many of them do stock Coke and Coke Zero. But most of the beverages sold by those state-of-the art machines have nothing to do with the
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New campaign to tempt Japanese travellers to Oz - Travel Monitor

New campaign to tempt Japanese travellers to Oz - Travel Monitor | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
Tourism Australia and Qantas have launched a new digital campaign in Japan promoting the airline’s new direct service from Tokyo to Melbourne and the convenience this offers for onward travel to other locations including Adelaide, Hobart and Perth. The campaign uses Tourism Australia’s 360 videos to bring Australian experiences to life and special fares from
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Davao City enjoys influx of Japanese tourists, PDOT report

Davao City enjoys influx of Japanese tourists, PDOT report | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
With the lowering of Japan’s travel advisory to Level 1 for Davao City, more and more tourists are flocking to the Crown Jewel of Mindanao.
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Japanese Consumer Confidence Rises to 3 Year High in September - MarketPulse

Japanese Consumer Confidence Rises to 3 Year High in September - MarketPulse | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
Japanese consumer confidence grew for the second consecutive month in September, hitting its highest level in three years, amid improved employment conditions, government data showed Tuesday. The seasonally adjusted index of sentiment among households made up of two or more people stood at 43.0, the highest level since September 2013 and up 1.0 point from …
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Japan Is Having a Serious Baby Shortage

Japan Is Having a Serious Baby Shortage | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
Too many old people and not enough young people means bad news for Japan’s economy.
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Asahi Mixes Drinks as Japan’s Beer Market Shrinks

Asahi Mixes Drinks as Japan’s Beer Market Shrinks | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
In an era when Budweiser is sold by a Belgian company, Japanese beer has remained in Japan’s hands. The head of Asahi wants to keep it that way, as brewers battle a shrinking domestic market.
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Japan’s Social Media Landscape in 2016

Japan’s Social Media Landscape in 2016 | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
While the general look of the social media landscape in Japan in 2016 hasn’t changed much since 2015’s version of this article, one major addition to the game is Instagram. The photo-sharing app is slowly gaining traction among young people in Japan, especially among girls. This article will summarize the key players in social media in Japan today and discuss the rise of Instagram along with the fall of Mixi. LINE: Japan’s Top Mobile Messaging App 50 million monthly active users (40% of Japan’s population) Like other social networks, LINE has a timeline feature, and permits users to send private messages, share pictures, movies, music and much more. Users can also use the service to […]
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Cambodia sets target for Japanese | News from Tourism Cambodia

Cambodia sets target for Japanese | News from Tourism Cambodia | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
PHNOM PENH Cambodia’s Ministry of Tourism forecasts around 300,000 Japanese tourists a year will visit the country by 2020.
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Why Japan has more music stores than the rest of the world

Why Japan has more music stores than the rest of the world | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
For many people, the days of wandering into a store, browsing the shelves, and walking out with music stored on plastic are a distant memory. In Japan, however, the CD is still king. Globally, 39% of all music sales are physical CDs and vinyl, but in Japan, the figure is double that. It helps make Japan the world's second biggest musi
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Japanese spend least time on social media worldwide- Nikkei Asian Review

Japanese spend least time on social media worldwide- Nikkei Asian Review | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
TOKYO -- Twitter, Line, Facebook, Instagram -- the list of social media platforms just goes on and on. But while more people in Japan are using social
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300000 Japanese Tourists by 2020

Cambodia plans to attract up to 300,000 Japanese tourists to the Kingdom by 2020, as direct flights connect Phnom Penh with Tokyo early next month, Minister of Tourism Thong Khon announced yesterday.

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Why tourists are flocking to this Australian hotel room

Why tourists are flocking to this Australian hotel room | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
The Russell Hotel in Sydney's historic district, The Rocks, has one room that is in high demand. It's so popular that tourists are booking it up to a year in advance. Charmion Lumsden, who works at hotel's front desk, said she received frequent requests from "all different booking agencies, always with notes, room 25, room 25".
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‘Penny-Pinching’ Japanese Households Spend Less on Having Fun

‘Penny-Pinching’ Japanese Households Spend Less on Having Fun | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
The young are pushed into non regular jobs and pensioners are struggling
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Young people spending less, saving more

Young people spending less, saving more | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
Young people are shopping less and have been called the “generation without material desires.” What is behind this trend, and how do young people feel? We asked a department store executive on the front-line of consumption, a young economist and students.
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Japanese consumers rave over Vermont products | Vermont Business Magazine

Japanese consumers rave over Vermont products | Vermont Business Magazine | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
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WineLand Magazine - The quest for Japan

WineLand Magazine - The quest for Japan | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
WineLand is the voice of South Africa's wine industry and a key source of information for winemakers, viticulturists, relevant role players and enthusiasts.
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Japanese consumers like low calorie chocolate

Japanese consumers like low calorie chocolate | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
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【News】 More Than 50 Percent Of Japanese Consumers Have Functional Dairy Food, Yogurt, In Past Twelve Months For Protecting Themselves Against Colds (Aug. 23, 2016) | The Japan Agri News

A private research company revealed a report that 51 percent of consumers ate or drank yogurt or yogurt drinks during past twelve months, expecting their
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Beyond Slurpees: Many Japanese Mini-Marts Now Cater To Elders

Beyond Slurpees: Many Japanese Mini-Marts Now Cater To Elders | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
Convenience is in the eye of the generation. Increasingly, corner markets in Japan target the 27 percent of residents over 65 — offering nursing care advice and home delivery of meals and groceries.
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Tourists rate city real deal

Tourists rate city real deal | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
TOWNSVILLE is proving a drawcard for Asian visitors who want a taste of the real North Queensland instead of the tourist mecca of Cairns.
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Rio Games spark spending in Japan

Rio Games spark spending in Japan | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
Japanese athletes' success at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics has encouraged consumers nationwide to reach deeper into their pocketbooks. Although sales of TVs have not increased in line with expectations before the Games, Olympic-related goods have sold briskly thanks to the large number o
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Japan wants consumers to splurge on final Fridays- Nikkei Asian Review

Japan wants consumers to splurge on final Fridays- Nikkei Asian Review | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
TOKYO -- A nationwide campaign to boost consumer spending and stimulate the economy is being developed by the Japanese government in cooperation with
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Japan's New Nature Holiday May Be Just What Retailers Need

Japan's New Nature Holiday May Be Just What Retailers Need | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
As Japanese prepare to head for the hills Thursday for their inaugural Mountain Day holiday, retailers and tourism operators are gearing up for an $8 billion windfall.
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Why Japanese Consumers Spend Less on Having Fun

Why Japanese Consumers Spend Less on Having Fun | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
Watch the video Why Japanese Consumers Spend Less on Having Fun on Finance UK. July 27 -- Japanese consumers of all ages are holding back on discretionary purchases, especially spending less on having fun. Bloomberg's Jodi Schneider reports on "Daybreak Asia."
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