VAFADARI M. Kazem
所属 立命館アジア太平洋大学 サステイナビリティ観光学部 職種 教授
|Gaps between International Tourists' Attitudes and Behaviours towards Japanese Heritage Tourism and Government Policymakers' Views -Opportunities for Tourism Innovation Post COVID-19
|ournal of Science: Economics and Business
|VNU Journal of Economics and Business
|Quynh Hoa Nguyen, Vafadari Kazem
|Around the world, people travel to explore natural beauty, different cultures and social traditions. Much of this involves heritage tourism and this has become an important motivation for international travelers and contributes huge economic benefits to many countries. Besides, it can also bring positive impacts to the society, culture, and environment conservation of the country involved. The Japan Tourism National Promotion Basic Law (2006) states that culture and heritage are “the most important components of Japan tourism” and that Japan will emphasize its abilities to attract more international travelers and support conservation of cultural heritage . However, as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Japanese tourism has been damaged significantly and is forecasted to take a long time to recover.