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The number of foreign arrivals at Narita International Airport plunged about 60 percent from a year earlier to some 67,000 between the March 11 earthquake and tsunami and March 22, Immigration Bureau officials said Thursday.

In contrast, non-Japanese who left through the country’s biggest international gateway during the same period jumped about 20,000 to roughly 190,000, they said.

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