The number of South Korean tourists visiting Japan fell last month to its lowest in nearly a year as visitors canceled travel plans amid deteriorating relations between the neighbors, Japanese government data showed on Wednesday.
Tourist arrivals from South Korea dropped 7.6 percent in July from the corresponding month a year earlier, to stand at 561,700, the Japan National Tourism Organization said.
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