For the promotion of tourism it is essential to let the regional development plan reflect the opinions of the tourists. Therefore, it is necessary to make periodical research on the satisfaction and dissatisfaction of the tourists who visited the area. Such researches are also necessary for inhabitants. Doing so gives satisfaction to both tourists and inhabitants.
In this study, I use the findings from the questionnaire about the impression, destination and satisfaction for the tourists in Maizuru-city, Kyoto and think about the problems and directionality of the tourism promotion of Maizuru-city.
In this study, Value of the information in the sightseeing market was analyzed in Contingent Valuation Method (CVM). And I thought the cause of the price erosion of the sightseeing market was caused by the asymmetric information of the information of the market by the information gap of a consumer and the supplier. As a result, I understood that the reliability of the consumer for the information of the sightseeing market was low. Giving and reliability of the information are important for the development of the tourism market. And I explained that an expert of the information to send fair sightseeing information to the development of the future sightseeing market was necessary.
Most modern summer resorts in China were the products of the western powers' colonial policies. They were typical of plantation societies in their early stages but gradually Chinese came to dominate the development and growth, the western lost the dominant position and those summer resorts became more popular for well-to-do Chinese. This research focuses on the popularization and transformation of summer life style in China, and analyzes the social changes resorting from its development through old medias such as newspapers and magazines.
The purpose of this study is to clarify the spatial characteristics of tourist behavior in historical district in Sawara, Chiba Prefecture. The Author analyzes the catchment area and activities of visitors in the Preservation District for Groups of Historic Buildings from the regional viewpoints. Most visitors come from the eastern part of the Tokyo Region in a day. Their behavioral space within the district becomes larger when the big tourist event exists. On the other days, the tourists tend to visit another tourist places being affected by the transport.