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Daydreaming of open-air baths and wagyu beef

Chinese tourists experience hand-rolled sushi in Osaka.

TOKYO -- Chinese who vacation in Japan want to stay at rural ryokan inns more than city hotels. They also have their hearts set on eating sushi, traditional kaiseki multi-course meals and wagyu beef, a survey by the website Travelzoo Japan reveals.

     And -- no surprise here -- most Chinese tourists like to share photos of their Japan indulgences on WeChat.

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