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Japan will set up tourism promotion offices in seven cities abroad including Manila, Kuala Lumpur and New Delhi this fiscal year to reel in more foreign visitors, tourism chief Ryoichi Matsuyama said Thursday.

“We particularly want to promote the attractiveness of regional destinations in Japan,” Matsuyama, president of the Japan National Tourism Organization, said in an interview in Dallas, where he was attending the World Travel and Tourism Council meeting.

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