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10 things you didn't know were invented in Japan

10 things you didn't know were invented in Japan | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
From pop culture icons like the emoji to technology staple like flash memory, Japan has changed the world profoundly
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Business Lessons from the Country with the Oldest Companies on Earth | by Mirei Takashima Claremon, PhD | Age of Awareness | Apr, 2021

Business Lessons from the Country with the Oldest Companies on Earth | by Mirei Takashima Claremon, PhD | Age of Awareness | Apr, 2021 | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
A few months ago, I learned that the oldest business in the world still operating today was founded in 578 AD. And that the second, third, fourth, and fifth oldest were founded in 705 AD, 717 AD, 718…
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Japanese Travelers Top Best Tourist Survey –

Japanese Travelers Top Best Tourist Survey – | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
No doubt, the article below will get the fickle marketing managers at The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism scampering to Japan in an attempt to lure tourists from this latest and greatest source of potential visitors. Japanese travelers top the list in Expedia's Best Tourist survey Expedia® recently released the findings of a global surve
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The "Budo Tourism" Gaining Popularity From Foreign Visitors to Japan! Experience Traditional Karate and Come To Understand the Japanese Spirit! - Sports|COOL JAPAN VIDEOS|A Video Curation Site with...

The "Budo Tourism" Gaining Popularity From Foreign Visitors to Japan! Experience Traditional Karate and Come To Understand the Japanese Spirit! - Sports|COOL JAPAN VIDEOS|A Video Curation Site with... | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
The Martial Arts Tourism Gaining Popularity Among Tourists Visiting JapanThis video, titled '[Japan Sports Agency] Foreign Visitors to Japan Taking Interest! A Report on the 'Budo Tourism' That Can Only Be Experienced in Japan' (【スポーツ庁】訪日外国
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Healthy and refreshing: Popularity of Japanese matcha green tea spreads worldwide

Healthy and refreshing: Popularity of Japanese matcha green tea spreads worldwide | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
It's hard to walk down the aisles of a Japanese supermarket and not pass an extravagant—at least to an expat American—tea section. Naturally, matcha, Japanese green tea, is at the forefront of the offering. Over recent decades, however, matcha has become noticeably popular in foreign countries as well. Is this…
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Japanese millennials opt to ‘stay home’, reinforcing need for ‘insperiences’

Japanese millennials opt to ‘stay home’, reinforcing need for ‘insperiences’ | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
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Matsuyama's Masters Victory: What It Means to Golf in Japan

Matsuyama's Masters Victory: What It Means to Golf in Japan | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
In the days after the 29-year-old’s win at Augusta National, Matsuyama Mania has swept the nation, sparking a major resurgence for the whole sport
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Facial recognition utilized in japanese airports: Anthony (Tony) Luxton on LinkedIn

Facial recognition utilized in japanese airports: Anthony (Tony) Luxton on LinkedIn | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
Narita and Haneda Airports will introduce facial recognition for international flights from July'21. Passengers will no longer have to show thei
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Japan rejects NZ honey with traces of weedkiller glyphosate | Stuff.co.nz

Japan rejects NZ honey with traces of weedkiller glyphosate | Stuff.co.nz | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
New Zealand honey companies had their products rejected at the border in Japan after more stringent testing was introduced for the weed killer glyphosate in January.
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Japanese Consumer Culture

Japanese Consumer Culture | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
By unlocking the pattern of consumer culture as a business it has the advantage of predicting what might become a market boom. Japanese consumers have gained a lot of the likeness to those of European and United States consumer culture.
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Here’s The Strange Reason Japan Is Still Using Flip Phones –

Here’s The Strange Reason Japan Is Still Using Flip Phones – | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
The iconic flip phone was popular in the U.S. before the iPhone, but why is Japan still obsessed with the outdated technology?
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Japanese Consumers Change Habits During Pandemic | NHK WORLD-JAPAN News

Japanese Consumers Change Habits During Pandemic | NHK WORLD-JAPAN News | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
People in Japan are getting used to some new spending habits, formed under the coronavirus pandemic. That includes dishing out money for online services.
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One way Japanese young people are exactly like their parents | Marketing

One way Japanese young people are exactly like their parents | Marketing | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
The need for formalised interaction with clear 'safety rails' persists among digital natives, and it behooves brands to understand it, according to the co-CEO of Yuzu Kyodai Japan.
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Japan’s New Public Transport System by 2025?

It is feasible that Japan could have a new public transport system using ropeways by as early as 2025. The Zip-Line capsule cars as pictured are currently being tested in …
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70% Of Japanese Would Rather Travel Than Be Promoted Or Fall in Love!? | LIVE JAPAN travel guide

70% Of Japanese Would Rather Travel Than Be Promoted Or Fall in Love!? | LIVE JAPAN travel guide | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
According to a study conducted by Booking.com, 71% of Japanese travelers announced that they would rather go traveling than find love in 2021.
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The fascinating history behind the popular ‘waving lucky cat’

The fascinating history behind the popular ‘waving lucky cat’ | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
With an inviting raised paw and pointy red ears, these iconic lucky charms have been bringing good fortune for centuries.
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3 Mindsets that Influence Your Japanese Customers | TokyoMate

3 Mindsets that Influence Your Japanese Customers | TokyoMate | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
When your Japanese customers encounter your product or service, what mindsets prompt them to either make a purchase or turn away?
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Japan proves that 'cute' can be soothing

Japan proves that 'cute' can be soothing | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
The new kawaii (cute) looks a lot like the old kawaii -- but it feels different. It's the old kawaii with a psychic-emotional twist.This is a matter o
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You Would Be Surprised by What You Can Buy for 100 Yen! The History and Evolution of 100-Yen Shops

You Would Be Surprised by What You Can Buy for 100 Yen! The History and Evolution of 100-Yen Shops | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
The 100-yen shop is one kind of iconic store in Japan. This type of store sells food, sundries, small accessories, and a variety of daily essentials. This article looks at the history of Japan’s 100-yen shops, and some of the appealing products sold there.
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GUEST COMMENT Optimising for Asian ecommerce spend: top tips for retailers - Guest Comment

GUEST COMMENT Optimising for Asian ecommerce spend: top tips for retailers - Guest Comment | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
Retail news, research and analysis for ecommerce and multichannel professionals.
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Japanese beer brewing giant Asahi launches mug-cans

Japanese beer brewing giant Asahi launches mug-cans | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
TOKYO -- A major brewery in Japan has launched a beer can with a fully opening top, making it feel like you're guzzling your suds from a beer mug.
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Japan retailers focus on health products and delivery amid COVID

Japan retailers focus on health products and delivery amid COVID | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
TOKYO -- Japanese retailers are expanding their range of health products and delivery services as the coronavirus crisis continues to plague the world
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Big In Japan: How To Make It In The World’s Third Largest Market

Big In Japan: How To Make It In The World’s Third Largest Market | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
European startups are still reluctant to expand into Japan, due to concerns surrounding cultural and language differences and worries about getting things wrong. But there are substantial opportunities on offer for those who take the time to understand the market and tailor their approach.
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How e-commerce is disrupting Japan's love of cash

How e-commerce is disrupting Japan's love of cash | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
Despite Japan being a heavily cash-based economy, e-commerce has created significant opportunities for banks and mobile wallet providers.
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Your Sake Journey: New website goes personal with Japan’s top alcohol masters

Your Sake Journey: New website goes personal with Japan’s top alcohol masters | Japanese Travellers | Scoop.it
Where there’s good water (and rice), there’s good sake. Despite being indubitably correct, the saying has been repeated so often that the ring to it has long lost its momentum. Most of us share basic knowledge that Japan’s traditional alcoholic drinks are made regionally, typically of three essential ingredients merged…
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