Japan’s government is planning to rename the country’s tourism attractions, in a move that will give foreign visitors more information about their experiences.
The move follows the announcement of plans by the tourism ministry in April to change the name of Tokyo’s Harajuku district to “Tourist Attractions”.
The ministry announced the plan in July, but was stopped by the Japanese parliament in September.
“The government is proposing to change Harajukus name to ‘Tourist Attraction’ in accordance with the change in national government policies,” the ministry said in a statement.
The ministry also said it will change the tourist information booklet in Harajuuku to better describe the attractions and the locations.
“This will make the visitors’ experience easier to understand, more informative, and will give them a more complete picture of what is going on in the country,” it added.
A separate government department plans to launch a tourism tourism agency in Haraja and other tourist attractions.
In December, a cabinet-appointed committee said it was in the process of updating the tourist industry to better understand the needs of tourists and visitors.
The committee’s members also said the government’s tourism plan should be updated with more information on the number of foreign tourists and how many of them will be visiting the country.
“We are currently working on the proposal for updating the tourism plan,” one member of the committee told the Kyodo news agency in an interview.
“I’m sure it will come soon.”
The Japanese government’s proposal comes as Japan’s economy has suffered from the financial crisis that began in 2007.
Japanese companies, including those involved in tourism, are struggling to keep up with soaring demand and falling demand from overseas.
A major challenge for Japanese tourism is the fact that the country has been experiencing a series of economic downturns since the global financial crisis.
Last year, Japanese tourists spent more than a third of the country as they did in 2009, according to the countrys tourism board.
The tourism industry has been in the news in recent years after several high-profile scandals, including a 2011 bribery scandal and a 2010 bribery trial.
Japan is one of the world’s most heavily taxed nations, making it a prime destination for wealthy tourists.
In 2012, a series that focused on Japan’s high-end hotel industry caused a political crisis for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
The government had to pay millions of dollars to settle a lawsuit brought by the International Hotel Association against the government.