The charts below show the number of Japanese tourists travelling abroad between 1985 and 1995 and Australia’s share of the Japanese tourist market. Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information shown below.

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The bar chart shows the number of Japanese tourists travelled abroad between 1985 and 1995. Whereas, line graph shows the Australia’s share of the Japanese tourist market.

It is evident from the bar chart that Japanese tourist who travelled abroad experienced a significant increase during 1985 and 1995, with 5 million people in 1985 and 15 million in 1995. Except for 1991 where tourist decreased to 10.5 million from 11 million in 1990, all the years noticed an increase in number of Japanese tourists in contrast to previous year. The highest growth in Japanese tourist was recorded in 1995 with little more than 15 million from a bit less than 14 million in 1994. Whereas, lowest growth was recorded in 1993 at 12 million from a little less than 12 million.

Line graph shows increase in Japanese tourist coming to Australia from two percent in 1985 to six percent in 1994. The highest percentage of Japanese tourist traveling to Australia was in 1993 at more than six percent. All years except 1989 and 1994 noticed a fall in Japanese tourist coming to Australia. In 1989 it fell from almost five percent to a little more than four percent; whereas in 1994 it declined to six percent from a little more than it in 1993.

Overall, Japanese tourist traveling abroad including Australia rose from 1985 to 1995.

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