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Japan looks to draw more tourists by sea, air

A cruise ship arrives at a port in Yatsushiro, a city in southern Japan, in July.

TOKYO -- Japan is smoothing the way for more cruise ships to dock at ports and encouraging international flights to land in outlying areas as it aims to attract 40 million tourists in 2020.

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