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Osaka’s tourism bureau began surveying foreign travelers Monday about their level of satisfaction before they leave Kansai International Airport in a bid to increase the number of foreign tourists to the prefecture.

At the departure lobby of the airport, four female researchers asked foreigners about the length of their stays and how much they spent on sightseeing in English and other languages, and input the data into tablet computers.

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