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Japanese tourist outraged by the greeting of Russians on Iturup
Aiko Yasuda, a Japanese tourist who visited Iturup, was indignant at the welcome of the inhabitants of the island "Welcome to our island." A visit to Russia upset the 80-year-old Japanese woman born in Iturup.
As they say "News" referring to the Japanese edition of Yomiuri, the tourist said that she feels an unpleasant feeling when she hears from the Japanese words of admiration for the beauty of Iturup and its inhabitants. According to her, tourist trips to the Kuril Islands will not help to resolve the territorial sport of Japan and Russia.
The first tourists from the Land of the Rising Sun visited the Kuril Islands this autumn. Depending on the outcome of the trip, Japan planned to draw up routes for next year. After the pilot tour, it is planned to launch regular tourist trips for the Japanese.