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The Japanese Journal of Regional Policy Studies
In this paper, I analyze the impact of a shrinking and aging population on tourism from the standpoint of the aging of tourists and those who serve them. The results of this analysis indicate that reductions in the number of overnight stays by tourists at inns and hotels and a downswing in the number of young Japanese traveling overseas reflect the effects of the country's declining population. In addition, I describe the challenges posed by the aging of workers in tourism and relateddoi:10.32186/ncs.16.0_4 fatcat:hd243jhksrcypi4jhnud65dgea