In Tokyo, Hotelier Breathes New Life Into a Faded Tradition - Presented by: The Aol. On Network

Mount Fuji; Tokyo Sky Tree; the Imperial Palace: Japan is full of wonders that have the charm to attract foreign tourists. But the country is way behind Asia's top destinations like China and Thailand. A lack of government effort and tourist-friendly English signs are said to be some of the reasons. And there's one man who is determined to change all of that. Hotelier Yoshiharu Hoshino is known for his knack to turn money-losing inns into money spinning resorts with style.



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