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  • Japan wants to appeal to Muslim tourists
  • Japan wants to appeal to Muslim tourists
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Japan wants to appeal to Muslim tourists

With an ambitious growth plan to double tourism by 2020, Japan is seeking diversify its appeal as a travel destination. And with a growing market of Muslim tourists nearby, the nation is rolling out the prayer mats and halal menus to cater to them.

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