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Abe’s Japan tries a decidedly foreign concept

One of the world’s most homogeneous nations is opening up to foreign trade, tourists and even migrants. But Tokyo needs to push the policy harder

November 19, 2018 11:30 AM (UTC+8)
The famous Senso-ji Buddhist temple in the Asakusa historic district of Tokyo is a hot tourism spot. But then these are heady times for tourism. In 2017, a record 28.7 million people visited Japan. Photo: iStock
The famous Senso-ji Buddhist temple in the Asakusa historic district of Tokyo is a hot tourism spot. But then these are heady times for tourism. In 2017, a record 28.7 million people visited Japan. Photo: iStock
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