The Japanese travel industry has yet to decide whether it will print information about the dangers of certain destinations on travel brochures, the chairman of the Japan Association of Travel Agents said Friday.

“We’re concerned about safety, but we have to find the right balance between protecting the consumer” and promoting overseas travel, Isao Matsuhashi said at a news conference following the 11th annual Japan Congress of International Travel and Travel Trade Show. “The industry needs to consider this more before coming to a final conclusion.”

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