The number of Japanese tourists visiting Beijing fell by more than half in the first seven months of the year amid a spike in tensions between the countries, the city`s statistical bureau said on Sunday.
Two Japanese tourists were killed and one went missing after getting trapped in a snow-covered mountain in north China`s Hebei Province, state media reported.
Over one lakh Japanese tourists have visited places of Buddhist pilgrim interest in the country since the beginning of this year.
Japanese tourists emerged on top
in use of visa-on-arrival facility to visit India in August.
South Korean police and fire officers on Sunday investigated what caused a blaze that raced through an indoor shooting gallery killing 10 people, including eight Japanese tourists.
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