"Fly-jin" (aka, the foreigners who fled Japan after the quake) are sending ripples through Tokyo. Big-spending Chinese tourists are apparently absent in Akihabara, and maids report fewer foreign customers at maid cafes. More in the link. [via Japan Probe]
Fleeing Foreigners Hurting Tokyo's Geek Mecca
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