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Chart - Japanese tourists travelling abroad report 

Writing Task 1 

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 show below.

The given graphical illustrations present data on Japanese tourists who travelled abroad during the period 1985 to 1995.

From the first chart it is evident that the number of Japanese tourists who decided to travel abroad rose gradually over these ten years. Since 1985, when 5 million Japanese travelled abroad, there was a constant rise in the number of tourists until 1990, when it reached 11 million. For the next four years the number almost levelled out. After that period, more and more Japanese decide to travel out of the country and their number reached a peak at 15 million in 1995. 

The single line graph illustrates the percentage of Japanese tourists who visited Australia. There was sharp increase until 1988 when Australia's share of Japan's tourist market was almost 5%. During the next year there was a downward trend with 1 %. After that the percentage kept rising but  insignificantly until 1993 when it reached a peak at over 6%. It began to fall afterwards.

In conclusion, we can say that as the number of Japanese tourists travelling out of their country increased through these 10 years, Australia's share of these tourists also increased.   

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