Last December, the average room rate for a hotel in Japan was 21,102 Yen, up 8.2% from November and the first time in the 2000s that it has exceeded 20,000 Yen, according to industry tracker STR. The nationwide average is being pulled up by hotels in Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya and Hokkaido, as inbound visitors show a remarkable return.

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