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Japanese Tourism: Spaces, Places and Structures (Asia-Pacific Studies: Past and Present, Band 5) (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 30. November 2013


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"The volume's scope suggests how daunting the editors' task was, and they do a credible job, addressing issues ranging from governmental policy to heritage tourism to the possibilities of virtual tourism in the 21st century. This is a good introduction to the subject... what the authors do accomplish is significant, particularly for comparative tourism studies...Highly recommended." . Choice

"The authors have set an ambitious aim when attempting to cover such a large area as the development of Japanese tourism, but this is a well written book full of useful information, which reflects the obvious deep insight of the authors into Japanese tourism, past and present... This market is very important but has remained, until now, to a large extend, unexplained.."Monika Rulle, Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-University Greifswald

"Japanese Tourism is a much welcomed and needed contribution to the field of tourism studies. Japan has long been a major source of international tourists, and is an increasingly more important destination, as well. This is one of the few books on Japanese tourism available to an international audience, and may be the only one that gives a comprehensive view of both domestic and international travel, including historical, economic and cultural perspectives. Funck and Cooper's insights are must reading for anyone interested in the role of tourism in contemporary Japan." . Alan A. Lew, Northern Arizona University"

"The volume's scope suggests how daunting the editors' task was, and they do a credible job, addressing issues ranging from governmental policy to heritage tourism to the possibilities of virtual tourism in the 21st century. This is a good introduction to the subject... what the authors do accomplish is significant, particularly for comparative tourism studies...Highly recommended." - Choice

"The authors have set an ambitious aim when attempting to cover such a large area as the development of Japanese tourism, but this is a well written book full of useful information, which reflects the obvious deep insight of the authors into Japanese tourism, past and present... This market is very important but has remained, until now, to a large extend, unexplained." - Monika Rulle, Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-University Greifswald

"Japanese Tourism is a much welcomed and needed contribution to the field of tourism studies. Japan has long been a major source of international tourists, and is an increasingly more important destination, as well. This is one of the few books on Japanese tourism available to an international audience, and may be the only one that gives a comprehensive view of both domestic and international travel, including historical, economic and cultural perspectives. Funck and Cooper's insights are must reading for anyone interested in the role of tourism in contemporary Japan." - Alan A. Lew, Northern Arizona University



-The volume's scope suggests how daunting the editors' task was, and they do a credible job, addressing issues ranging from governmental policy to heritage tourism to the possibilities of virtual tourism in the 21st century. This is a good introduction to the subject... what the authors do accomplish is significant, particularly for comparative tourism studies...Highly recommended.- - Choice

-The authors have set an ambitious aim when attempting to cover such a large area as the development of Japanese tourism, but this is a well written book full of useful information, which reflects the obvious deep insight of the authors into Japanese tourism, past and present... This market is very important but has remained, until now, to a large extend, unexplained.- - Monika Rulle, Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-University Greifswald

-Japanese Tourism is a much welcomed and needed contribution to the field of tourism studies. Japan has long been a major source of international tourists, and is an increasingly more important destination, as well. This is one of the few books on Japanese tourism available to an international audience, and may be the only one that gives a comprehensive view of both domestic and international travel, including historical, economic and cultural perspectives. Funck and Cooper's insights are must reading for anyone interested in the role of tourism in contemporary Japan.- - Alan A. Lew, Northern Arizona University

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Carolin Funck is Associate Professor in Human Geography at Hiroshima University (Japan) Graduate School of Integrated Arts and Sciences. Her research focuses on the development of tourism in Japan and the rejuvenation of mature tourist destinations; machizukuri and citizen participation are her second theme of interest. She is the author of Tourismus und Peripherie in Japan and co-editor of Living Cities in Japan.


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