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Current leisure and recreation research in Japan



Current leisure and recreation research in Japan



World Leisure and Recreation 31(3): 11-14



Since World War II, rapid economic growth in Japan has resulted in higher income levels and an improvement in the quality of life for Japanese people. Consequently, leisure and recreation are becoming increasingly important and it would appear that Japan is entering a new, more leisure oriented era.

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DOI: 10.1080/10261133.1989.10559077



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