• Kyodo News


Domestic stay-over trips are decreasing, particularly among people in their 60s, the most frequent travelers, reflecting their concerns about their future and health, according to the government white paper on tourism released Tuesday.

People in their 60s went on trips lasting at least one night 1.86 times in fiscal 2007, down 19 percent from the peak in fiscal 2004, the report says.

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